If you’re sick to death of playing a not-so-fun game of Tetris with the back of your car every time you head out on a trip, then the Malamoo Journey 3.0 will take the fuss out of your trip.
Perfect for anyone from camping novices, to those who want a quick option that involves minimal effort. All you have to do is lay it flat, pop it out, peg it down, and voila! Instant shelter. In wet weather the 100% waterproof fly will keep you protected from the elements, and on balmier nights you can remove it when you’re in need of a cool breeze. The inner has mesh panels which will provide you with plenty of breathability to keep the air fresh, and to prevent condensation building up.
Oztent have also cleverly created this tent with a door on each end – so they’ll be no more stepping over sleeping (and grumpy) campers to answer nature’s call in the middle of the night. Each door also has mesh and solid doors, you have the option of privacy and weather protection, or extra ventilation when the weather is warm.
For a compact tent that’ll get your sleeping quarters set up in minutes - the Malamoo Journey 3.0 is a great option to chuck in your car for a spontaneous weekend in the great outdoors.
Will this tent fit a black wolf mega deluxe mat plus 2 EPE slim camper F60s? And is it durable enough to use as a touring tent on a one month journey?
The Malamoo Journey 3.0 has a sleeping area of 330L x 240W, so theoretically you could fit a Single Mega Deluxe plus two EPE Sim Camper F60’s inside, but we haven’t given this a go ourselves.
I would say that this tent would not be as durable as a canvas touring tent, but its strengths are that it is a very lightweight and easy to pitch tent. We would recommend that you take care to pack it well, and make sure you use a tarp underneath to ensure it’s longevity if you're planning on using it for a month.
If you’d like something slightly more hardwearing in a pop up style the Speedy Sahara is made from canvas so that might be an option to consider for a long journey.
what are the main differences between the journey 3 and the mega 4 p pop up please
From examining both tents, and having seen them both in store – the main differences between them are the shape of the tent, and the packed size and weight.
The Malamoo Journey is a tunnel style pop up tent with a door on each end, so it’s going to be easier to navigate with more people (as you can exit from each end). The Malamoo 4P has only one door, but it does have windows. The Malamoo journey also packs up smaller than the Malamoo 4, and is slightly lighter.
The set up and pack up of both tents are almost the same, so it’s really going to come down to what configuration will be the most convenient for you, and if you want to save a little on size and weight.
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