New Robens Outback Tents Offer Retro Style With Modern Performance

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New Robens Outback Tents Offer Retro Style With Modern Performance

Prospector Castle

Award-winning technical tent brand ROBENS has added four new tents to its classic Outback range that aims to capture the essence of the revival of a back-to-basics, bushcraft approach to life in nature.

Yukon Shelter

Inspired by the simple wood refuges used to explore the Scandinavian countryside, the Yukon Shelter offers a spacious shelter sleeps four. It has a sewn-in groundsheet plus mesh inner door and vents for bug-free comfort. The useful porch is protected by a versatile front wall panel that provides huge access, wide views out and the ability to balance ventilation, privacy and weather protection.

Klondike S

The popular Klondike bell tent family is joined by the quick-pitching, smaller Klondike S. It offers excellent levels of comfort for up to four people looking for space and headroom from a technical polycotton tent. Minimising storage and transportation size and weight is especially appreciated when touring.

The vertical door makes for easy access, especially useful in bad weather and protective eaves run around the tent to shelter door and walls from rain runoff. The zip-in groundsheet features a zip to the centre alloy pole, enabling it to be rolled away to create a safe area in which to use an optional tent stove and a place for muddy boots.

The bell tent features the neat internal Apex Vent Control that can be easily opened from inside using just two cords neatly channelled along the walls. Optional carpet and footprint provide extra comfort under foot and protection.

Prospector Shanty

The new Prospector Shanty and Castle build on the popularity of the Prospector-style ridge tent that captures the spirit of early American pioneers. Pitching has been simplified while maintaining the sympathetic combination of modern technical materials and features with its retro design.

The two sizes use HydroTex Polycotton, created for Robens tents to stabilise temperature fluctuations, eliminate condensation and to maintain a comfortable ambience. This is combined with sturdy steel poles for stability.

Features include an elasticated stovepipe port for the use of an optional Robens wood burning stove. It can be safely positioned at the front of the tent thanks to the zip-close flap in the sewn-in groundsheet.

Large mesh windows protected by roof eaves and internal curtains aid ventilation and the two-door front panel can be unzipped and rolled back to open the whole tent to the outdoors. Options include footprints and an inner for the Castle model to provide extra privacy and comfort levels.

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