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Oztrail

Fast Frame Tourer 300 Twin Tent

$859.95
$499.90
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4.5 2
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A cost effective and lightweight alternative to heavy duty canvas tents, the Oztrail Fast Frame Tourer 300 Twin fits 12 adults comfortably in three divided rooms while a large front awning creates space to enjoy the outdoors.

With a strong steel pole frame design with non-corrosive plastic hubs, the Fast Frame Tourer Tent maintains great stability in strong winds due to Tensile Tab™ with J-Hooks to keep the poles in position and Tensile Loops™ to provide shock absorption at the peg down and guy rope points.

Made from a heavy duty 150D RipStop Polyester on both the inner and outer, the Fast Frame Tent is waterproof thanks to the silver coated UVTex° treatment and heat taped seams on the fly and a bucket style floor to prevent moisture and water from pooling inside. Storm flaps that Velcro together on the No-See-Um mesh windows allow for great ventilation whilst keeping water out.

  • Sleeps 12 Adults
  • Steel pole frame and 150 Denier RipStop Polyester waterproof material
  • Oversized D Door for easy entry
  • Interior privacy screens over windows
  • 12 V ready with a centrally located lantern hook and Velcro power cord holders and flap
  • Side and front walls to enclose front awning are available separately
  • 300 Denier carry bag with expandable gusset for easy pack up
Snowys Code:
45223
Supplier Code:
DTF-T300T-D
Season:
3
Sleeping Capacity:
12 Person
Recommended Capacity:
8 Person + Living Space
External Dimensions:
660L x 480W cm
Sleeping Area:
640L x 280W cm
Packed Dimensions:
127L x 35W x 35H cm
Max. Head Height:
190 cm
Material:
150D Ripstop Polyester
Inner Material:
150D Polyester
Floor Material:
Polyethylene
Frame Material:
16/20mm Steel
Waterproof:
2000mm
Weight:
22.8 Kg
Warranty:
2 Year
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Jan 21 2016

Happy campers

Fast service and delivery. Our first time camping ever, and we were setup in no time without arguments. The tent had ample room for 5, with stretchers and plenty of space to store gear. Our first night there was light rain - had to make sure everything was under cover properly as the annex is narrower at the top than the bottom. The last night there was a very heavy dew, both on the topside and underside of the fly. As amateur campers we will have learn how to manage this, but not a big problem.

- NEWNES, NSW
Nov 29 2015

Excellent service and products

Excellent price and delivered promptly. Absolutely no hesitation in recommending Snowys to any family wanting to buy their next tent or other camping gear.

- MELBOURNE, VIC

Help to determine whether the cruiser or tourer model is suitable1 answers

Hi, I'm keen on this tent and I live in Perth. Would you suggest the cruiser would be the best model to purchase? Will be going camping in both summer and winter so Im finding it difficult to decide. Would the cruiser be suitable in our weather conditions year round (considering it's nowhere near as cold here as compared to the eastern states?).

- Perth(7 months ago)
G'day Sheree - Good question. It's one we get quite a bit. I'm going to take a snippet from Ben's answer from once before: "The only difference between the Fast Frame Cruiser and Fast Frame Tourer is the flysheet... The Cruiser has a cap fly that covers the top of the inner tent and runs down each corner of the tent leaving the sides open, this suits hotter climates. The Tourer series has a full fly that covers the top and sides of the inner tent, this offers better weather protection." Hope that helps. Cheers, Paul
- Snowys(7 months ago)

Difference between tourer 300 and cruiser 300?1 answers

Hi. I am interested in an Oztrail 3 room tent and cannot work out the difference between the cruiser 300 and tourer 300 except for a $100 price difference...

- FRANKSTON, VIC(8 months ago)
The only difference between the Fast Frame Cruiser and Fast Frame Tourer is the flysheet Olivia. The Cruiser has a cap fly that covers the top of the inner tent and runs down each corner of the tent leaving the sides open, this suits hotter climates. The Tourer series has a full fly that covers the top and sides of the inner tent, this offers better weather protection and is the range we currently carry at Snowys. The difference is hard to spot, and we are getting this question a lot.
- Snowys(8 months ago)

What are the dimensions of the awning and what is the head height at the ends of the tent where it tapers down? 2 answers

- AVALON BEACH, NSW(11 months ago)
I don't have this information sorry Andy, Oztrail haven't provided these details and we haven't had the space to pitch one and check. The awning is 300cm wide and i believe they extend about 1.8 - 2.0m out. I'll get in touch with Oztrail on Monday to see if I can shed anymore light on your queries and post my findings back here.
- Snowys(11 months ago)
Hi Andy, so I can't get much information from Oztrail, and I just don't have the space to pitch one of these at the moment. I can confirm that the awning is 1.8m in length. As for head height in the end rooms, I will have to make a best guess based on the Black Wolf Turbo Twin which we do have pitched int he store, and on which the Fast Frame design is based. The point at which the pole resides in the end rooms has a head height of just over 1.4m in the Turbo, so I would estimate the Fast Frame series to have a head height of between 1.4m and 1.5m. I hope this is enough information for you, I'll be sure to take some measurements next time the tent is pitched in our store.
- Snowys(11 months ago)

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92 Richmond Rd, Keswick SA

Opening hours:
Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday: 12pm - 5pm
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