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Glenelg 4EV Dome Tent

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92 Richmond Rd, Keswick SA Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 12pm - 5pm
17 Doherty St, Brendale QLD Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 9.30am - 2.30pm

For the small family or group campers that like to carry a bit of extra gear, the Gelelg 4EV from Mannagum is going to be the perfect value for money option.

Nobody wants to slip into their sleeping bag after a long day to find it dirty, wet or suspiciously crunchy. The great thing about the Glenelg 4EV is that it comes with enclosed vestibule with floor, so you can store your gear away from your clean sleeping area, and out of the elements. Featuring both an inner that’s fully suspended breathable, and a crossover pole system – this tent will keep you sleeping comfortably and won’t be a pain to set up.

The 1500mm waterhead rating and heat tapes sealed seams will keep you dry from above, while the PE floor will keep leaks coming in from below. With entrances through the vestibule and at the back of the tent, you’ll be able get up for a quick snack or bathroom visit without waking everyone else up. For a more spacious tent to store your gear and protect you from the elements, the Glenelg 4EV from Mannagum is a solid choice.

  • Fully suspended breathable polyester inner
  • Crossover pole system
  • 4 entrances
  • Extended front vestibule with floor
  • Carry bag included 
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Sleeping Capacity:
4 Person + Gear
Recommended Capacity:
3 Person + Gear
External Dimensions:
440L x 240W xm
Sleeping Area:
235L x 235W cm
Packed Dimensions:
67L x 28W x 25H cm
Max. Head Height:
175 cm
75D Silver Coated Polyester
Inner Material:
Breathable Polyester
Floor Material:
Frame Material:
1500 mm
10 Kg
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May 01 2017

putting up the tent

Putting up tent in back yard as a trial run ,
got there eventually could have done with a
few more instructions.


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