This Fast Frame 3-Person Tent by OZtrail is perfect if you’re looking to enjoy the stars.
With mesh roof panels and fitted guy ropes allowing for a pitch without the fly, not only do you get to stargaze, but you can wake up feeling fresh with the additional airflow. The near-vertical walls give you the chance to appreciate this tent’s extra internal space… or fill it up with your extra baggage. Also featuring are mesh side windows providing increased ventilation and protection from insects, plus dual storage units for your muddy shoes are located by each of the two entrance points.
The OZtrail Fast Frame 3-Person Tent’s compact pack size will make packing up your campsite a little less in-tents!
Near-vertical walls maximizing internal space
Inbuilt guy ropes allow pitching without a fly
Mesh panels for total insect protection and increased ventilation
Compact pack size
Easy access with dual entry
Oversized carry bag for easy packing
3 Person | 2 Person + Gear
220L x 210W cm
230L x 290W cm
85L x 22W x 22H cm
Max. Head Height:
Polyester | No−See−Um Mesh
Steel | Fibreglass
Fly 1500mm | Floor Not Specified by OZtrail
When can we expect one of your great reviews?
Sam - Melbourne, VIC(2 weeks ago)
We are not sure if we will have one in the works just yet but there is a video from Oztrail about the Fast Frame 3P Features on YouTube that gives you a bit of a walkthrough of the tent for now.
Kaya - Snowys(1 week ago)
Compatible with the OZtrail Easy Fold Single Jumbo Stretcher?1 answer
I have the Easy Fold Single Jumbo Stretcher, and I'm wondering whether it would fit without rubbing against the walls. The stretcher is 217L x 90W x 42H cm.
Daryl - Woodend, VIC (1 month ago)
The stretcher would fit in the tent but the ends would likely be rubbing on the walls. Once the stretcher is in there you wouldn't have much height left if you are sitting up on the stretcher, but it will work.
Kaya - Snowys(1 month ago)
Compare with Coleman swagger - floor area1 answer
In comparison with Coleman swagger 3p, is the floor area same or smaller or larger? Can this also fit a double and a single ?
Raj - Melbourne, VIC (9 months ago)
The Swagger is about 20cm longer, Raj, but the width is the same. You would fit a double swag in either model without issues.
Ben - Snowys(9 months ago)
light hook1 answer
does this have a hook for a light inside
Alex - Blackheath, NSW (9 months ago)
Yes, it does. If you check out the second image and zoom in, you can see the hook on the roof of the tent through the mesh. Hope that helps!
Lauren - Snowys(9 months ago)
How is it this packs up shorter than the Coleman by nearly 40cm? Are the materials also similar? Thanks
Paul - NSW (10 months ago)
The frame structure is completely different on the Oztrail, meaning it has the ability to fold shorter than the Swagger. In terms of the materials, these are only fairly new so we haven't had a chance to do a direct comparison as yet, but we assume its the same as with the rest of the Oztrail v Coleman tent range. Whilst both are still excellent tents, we'd lean more towards Coleman in terms of material feel, build, and quality.
Lauren - Snowys(10 months ago)
Is the inner roof only mesh?1 answer
Do you need the fly on for shade inside? If you had to set it up in the rain would it collect water inside until you got the fly on?
Jim - Canberra, ACT(10 months ago)
The tent roof is only mesh, yes, which helps with condensation given the overall shape of the tent. The tent inner itself is not waterproof at all, so in rain you will definitely need the fly, and the same applies for shade. Hope that helps!
Lauren - Snowys(10 months ago)
Comparison to Coleman instant up swagger1 answer
Hi - these seem quite similar to the coleman instant up swagger series. Has anyone in store tested them? Do they suffer from the same issue that has been noticed with the swagger series, that the fly touches the inner tent causing excess condensation? Thanks
Hamish - Perth(12 months ago)
These are brand new tents, and we haven't even seen one up in real life at this stage. There's no opportunity or chance for these to be compared to the Coleman swaggers as yet. Realistically this kind of feedback takes 6-12mths, and is largely based on customer reviews.
I've got 2 x Swaggers, had them for 2 years & camped in all weather conditions - I've not experienced any issues with rain leaks at all, or condensation outside of what would be expected from any tent. It does seem to be an issue with individual use case, and how the tent is set up, more so than a consistent issue with the design, if that makes sense.
We will have a product review video coming out in the New Year, which will go through this particular tent in more detail. Other than that, you can use the 'compare' function on our website to look at the side-by-side specifications for this and the Swagger.
Lauren - Snowys(11 months ago)
Awning Poles1 answer
Hi team, Are awning poles included in the kit? And, if not, do you have any recommendations for suitable poles? Cheers.
HappyCamper - Australia(12 months ago)
Yep! The two that set up the front vestibule door as an awning are included with the tent. If you wanted a second set for the other side to give it a double awning set up, the Darche Swag Awning Poles extend high enough, but pack down small enough to fit in the bag.