For every swashbuckler and his dog seeking rugged durability only dreamed about - the Dusk To Dawn 1100 CP Swag by Darche is designed for outdoor dynamics.
Free-fall into dreaming with sturdy composite poles either end for a fixed, freestanding design, while two large entrance points roll open for a full, unimpeded view of the moonlit landscape. Brave the brutal outback winters with vents at both ends featuring large storm flaps, while a heavy-duty PVC bucket floor provides protection from the sodden ground. A bush-bashing blend of durability and versatility in any weather condition, the 420gsm proofed rip-stop poly-cotton canvas blankets the full-length superfine mesh - plus, zippers inside allow access to the vestibule space above the head. Stretch out in your outback hangout atop a high-density foam mattress boasting seven centimetres of height, providing cushioned comfort catering for all bodies and builds.
Built for blissful outback slumbers beneath the Milky Way, the Darche Dusk To Dawn 1100 CP Swag is for the trail blazers by day and star-gazers by night.
G'day I was just wondering which swag you think might have have the strongest longest lasting poles out of the Darche dusk to dawn carbon poles or the 23 zero dual swag stainless steel poles. ta.
Ben - Stawell, VIC (8 months ago)
Strictly from a pole perspective, composite poles are generally known to be one of the best swag pole options out there. Historically multiple brands have used composite poles, and often they outlast the swag themselves. The steel poles on the 23Zero swags have recently been improved and re-worked, so they are still an excellent option if you're leaning more toward that swag for other reasons.
Lauren - Snowys(8 months ago)
Darche Stretcher XL1001 answer
Hi, Can you please advise if the Darche stretcher is best for this wider swag, or is there a better option. Thanks
Troy - 5051(9 months ago)
The XL100 stretcher is fine for wider swags, Troy, it offers 100cm in width and 216cm in length. There is a stretcher from Coleman that is both wider and longer that would also be a good option, check it out here - https://www.snowys.com.au/instant-swagger-stretcher-1p.
Ben - Snowys(9 months ago)
Self inflating mattress options 1 answer
Hi Which of the self inflating mattresses would fit best in here, if I were looking to replace one? (Thanks in advance. Love your work!)
Duncan - Dulwich Hill, NSW(10 months ago)
I'd say any self-inflating mattress of up to 10cm should still be able to roll up inside your swag and still fit in the swag bag.
The best bet would be to choose one that fills as much of the swag space as possible so you don't have big gaps of floor. The only consideration with the 1100 wide swag is in the King Single mattress option you're unlikely to find anything bigger than around 90cm, and the double options are far too wide, around 130cm.
The only bang-on size option would be the Darche All Terrain 1100, but that has mixed reviews on performance and comfort, so I would recommend trying one out before you commit if possible.
Lauren - Snowys(10 months ago)
Does it fit on a 100 XL stretcher1 answer
Does it fit on the Darche 100 xl stretcher? Currently have the 900 swag on the 100 xl stretcher but hoping the 1100 will make things less claustrophobic. Is there a larger stretcher?Thanks
Marc - Kenthurst, NSW(1 year ago)
The Darche XL100 stretcher is suitable for use with either 900 or 1100 swags, and is a very common combination. Generally, if you're finding your swag abit claustrophic, the segmented swags, or 3 hooped swags can be a great option. The central hoop keeps the canvas lifted and open, creating more space. If you have a standard hoop-ended swag in the 900 size, the 1100 version can often feel more stuffy, as the fabric hangs in through the middle abit more. Hope that helps.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Are the sleeping area and external dimensions correct? They are the same on this swag yet they are different on others?
Garry - Broome, WA (1 year ago)
Officially, yes, the dimensions are correct, however, due to the canvas, seaming and curve of the fabric, the useable internal sleeping space is a few centimetres smaller in each dimension.
Leece - Snowys(1 year ago)
Joins in pvc floor?1 answer
Hi, Just wanted to know weather the PVC floor is a single piece or has joins in it ?
Brendan - Bundaberg West, QLD (1 year ago)
The floor is a single piece, which has sealed sections covering any stitching required for external webbing straps and peg loops. Hope that helps.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Will this fit on rs1 stretcher?
Ben - Meadows, SA(1 year ago)
There will be some minor overhang on either side, but that won't affect the function of comfortability at all. It's one of the widest stretchers on the market, so one of the best choices for use with an 1100 wide swag.