SNOWGUM Storm Shelter 2 Person Tent
What is it?
Your solution to tricky-to-set-up two person tents that aren’t actually big enough for two.
Why do I need it?
The Storm Shelter is your go-to two person tent for both hiking and standing camps. It’s lightweight, durable and, YES, it will actually fit two people (comfortably!). With two entrances (each with their own roomy vestibule), internal storage pockets, colour-coordinated poles, and a storage bag, it almost (almost!) sets and packs up itself. The Storm Shelter will make sure you’re a dry, protected and happy camper.
Capacity: 2 person Rating: 4 season Packed Weight: 3.35kg
Inner Tent (1.19kg): Fabric: 75D Ripstop Polyester Floor Fabric: 70D Nylon with 3-4 polyurethane waterproof coatings Floor Waterhead: 5000mm
Fly (1.06kg): Fabric:75D Ripstop Polyester with 2-3 polyurethane waterproof coatings Waterhead: 2000mm
Poles (629g): 3 x Aluminium Alloy
Pegs (14g each): 14 x Aluminium Alloy Y-Shaped Skewers
- Tri-pole construction offers superior strength in high winds and other extreme conditions
- Fully seam-sealed fly and tub floor, with extra waterproofing for added protection
- Twin entrances with vestibules
- YKK zips on inner entrance
- Guy ropes (with stowaway pockets on tent) included
- Storage bag doubles as a gear loft
- Packed in polyester bag with draw cord closure
- Unfold pole sections, allowing them to click together gently. Ensure all sections are fully inserted.
- Lay out the inner tent on the site you have chosen. Insert the tip of one of the long poles into one of the brass eyelets, flex the pole and place the other end of the pole into the eyelet on the diagonally opposite corner of the tent. Repeat for the other long pole. Connect the quick fix clips on the tent to the poles.
- Lay the remaining short brow pole over the intersection of the long poles. Fit each end of the brow pole into the black straps attached to the top of the inner tent.
- TIP: Use the inner by itself in good weather for an insect free sleep.
- Throw the fly sheet over. Attach the velcro tabs on the inside of the fly around the poles.
- Connect the side release buckles on the fly to the inner near the peg out loops. Peg out all four corners of your tent as well as the two vestibules.
- Tension the buckles to make the fly taught and even around the tent.
- Guy ropes have been provided with this tent to stabilise it when exposed to windy conditions.
- Clear campsite of sharp sticks and stones and check for overhead dangers
- Use the guy ropes provided in windy conditions, ensuring that the velcro tabs are used to attach the poles to the fly.
- Prolong the life of your tent by using a groundsheet whenever possible
- Avoid leaving your tent pitched in direct sunlight for extended periods of time
- Always make sure your poles are connected properly in order to prevent pole ends from splitting
- Allow your tent to dry completely and remove any mud or dirt before storing
- Clean fly and floor with water and brush
- Keep zips clean of mud and sand
- Store tent loosely folded and in a cool area
- Avoid contact with harsh chemicals or direct heat