The Roman Escape 6V Dome Tent is a roomy tent for small families on a budget.
With 180cm of height and floor space for six adults, the Escape 6V offers a simple and functional shelter with a front storage vestibule and dual entrances.
Also Equipped with two windows and roof vents for ventilation, the Escape 6V is the perfect occasional use family tent.
my previous tent had huge side windows and I could either unzip the fly on the doors for full air flow or zip them closed for privacy and reduced airflow (this is when I set the tent up minus the fly. Could I also see a picture of the tent set-up minus the fly. Rarely use the fly in the desert. Cheers
Unfortunately we don't have more images for this tent, it's something we have been chasing from our suppliers for some time, an a product we have not had the time to take our own photos of yet. We did recently do a shoot for the Roman Adventure 4 EX, it's a different configuration but gives you a good idea of what the mesh configuration on the inner would be like on the Escape Series if you just look at the rear section of the image. The doors are double doors in that they have both solid and mesh panels, so there is the option to increase airflow or close the tent up for weather protection.
Another good, albeit a little more expensive option is the Zempire Neo range, which have huge mesh side windows in both the inner and flysheet, that way you can get maximum airflow whilst the flysheet is in use, these also have double doors, so the inner is almost full mesh, even when the flyysheet is on.
I hope this information helps.
is this good waterproofing or will it leak in heavy rain. I can see better versions have 2000mm water head ratings. what does the difference actually mean in the real world when camping in heavy rain.
or is it 300cm by 300cm floor and them 100cm vestibule
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