Great value for money, the Roman Adventure 4V Dome Tent has all the features you need, in a classic 3 pole design, at an awesome price.
The silver coating on the flysheet blocks out head while the seam sealed polyester fabric carries a 2000mm water head rating. The inner is made up of breathable polyester and ultrafine mesh in the windows, while two entrances and a vestibule provides sheltered storage.
Adequately ventilated through two windows, two doors and two roof vents, the Adventure 4V Dome Tent is an affordable shelter for 4.
I've had this tent for about 6 months. I bought it mainly as a car touring tent to the outback and it has been all the way to Broken Hill, Lake Mungo and Lightning Ridge and back. It has also done multi-days in the Warrumbungles where we camped at a very windy hill overlooking the Breadknife, the winds were about 60km an hour and shaking the tent but it held up since we used all the guy ropes and pegged it to the ground and placed rocks on top of the pegs. More recently it has been to Mudgee on the long weekend where it poured with rain and strong winds shook the tent once again but it held up while remaining dry inside. What I really like is that it was quick to set up and set down especially in the middle of the night at 3am in the outback town of Wilcannia. Also one person can put it up and take it down by themselves. The tent is very comfortable for 2 people, we could both stand up straight inside the tent as we are about 170cm and we could place our Black Wolf Mega Deluxe mats side by side with some room to spare for our clothes, backpacks and other stuff. 3 people in the tent would be tight unless you had smaller mattresses. We used 3 blue ikea bags to separately pack the ground tarp, fly and main tent for an easy take down and organising while touring since sometimes the fly and ground tarp were wet. It was also easier to shove everything in an ikea bag rather than rolling everything up every morning in a very tight tent bag. So if you are after a reasonably priced touring tent that is easy to set up and take down and spacious for 2 people then I recommend this tent.
I was looking at expensive tents for a while and couldn't quite find one that suited my needs. Having had a Roman sleeping bag that's lasted for 20 odd years, I thought I'd give this tent a go. I'm so glad I did as it's a great tent with lots of features for a bargain price. I received it during storms in Perth and set it up and left it in the yard during three days of nasty weather. Not a single drop of water inside and the tent withstood strong winds with ease. Love it, and the service great
I bought this tent for my teenage daughters and they prefer to have their own space when camping. It ticked all the boxes on a winter trip to Girraween NP.
I currently have two small pop up domes (OzTrail Eco Blitz) for my teenage sons, but the condensation and heat is unbearable for them. I am looking for an easy set up, space-saving option for a standard campsite, as I have an OzTrail Fast Frame 300, that won't take up too much space in the car, can bear strong, windy climes and is a good long term investment. I have narrowed my search to these two options. Could you please help in my decision. BTW, I previously shopped at Tentworld until recently discovering your site, and notice you guys are much cheaper! Will be shopping here from now on.
If breathability, packed size, wind resistance and long term durability are important to you - then I think that the Roman Tracker 3VD Dome Tent has the edge over the Roman Adventure 4V Dome Tent.
The Tracker has a geodesic frame which will brace a bit better in the wind, has several mesh panels on the inner for plenty air flow, and is a step up in terms of quality compared to Adventure range. That's not to say that the Adventure 4V is a bad tent, it's just slightly less suitable for your needs.
I'm so glad to hear you've discovered us Sue - we love to hear that our customers are happy with our pricing, so thanks so much for stopping by!
Have lost the poles and looking for replacement poles for Roman frontier 4V tent
Hi Shane, I’m sorry to hear you’ve lost the poles on your tent. We don’t have a Roman Adventure 4V on display and as our tents are sealed in boxes, I can’t take the poles out of the box without damaging the packaging. I can tell you that the Adventure 4V uses fiberglass poles that are 9mm in diameter but those are the only specifics I could find. I called the supplier about your Roman Frontier 4V, and they can’t find any mention of that tent in their old catalogues so I couldn’t source the original poles as a spare part either. I do apologise that I couldn’t be of more help Shane, but your other option may be to consider upgrading your tent to a newer model.
Does the front flap have poles to make this like an awning?
Looking for an occasional use tent for weekend 'quick trips'. Thanks in advance
And is it water proof?
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