The Black Wolf Mojave HV4 tent is a classic single room dome tent with enclosed vestibule ideal for family camping
I already have a Black wolf Isopod for motorcycle trips and a Grasshopper 3 for weekends away with my wife so I already knew these were great quality tents. When my wife decided she wanted more room I did my research and decided on the Mojave HV4. THis is a very well constructed and easy to assemble tent. Having read previous reviews I purchased some supapegs the same time but as yet have not needed them. Yes the front door lets in water when opened after rain but we found that using the side entry solved this minor issue. All in all a great tent
Stitching was off on the fly and it was almost too small to fit the tent base! I've never ever had a tent leak and when I say leak I mean an unexceptionable completely ruining holiday amount. The material soaked through and the seams all dripped!! Shit design! Don't buy
Oh no! I'm sorry to hear that your holiday was ruined B! Black Wolf tents, especially the Mojave range are usually super reliable... so it comes as a bit of a shock. We'd like to help out, we need to fix this issue so if you could please give us a call on 1300 914 007. Laine :)
Agree with the previous review... re pegs and water.... but thats life....tried it out in torrential rains and reasonable wind on storms on fraser... seems good... heaps of ventilation, space and head room and super quick to build.. probably need to find shade as the dark heats up a bit
Used twice and it has been great both times. Easy to assemble - took about 25 mins to put up. Provides confidence in wet weather. Hasn't been tested in strong winds yet. Provides plenty of room for 2 people, but would also fit 4. Only negatives are the pegs bend easily and the front door lets in water when you open it. Other than that we love this tent. Snowy's also provided quick delivery.
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Great question. The Black Wolf Mohave SG4 is the model prior to the Black Wolf Mohave HV4.
In terms of specifications, the only major difference is the HV4 now has an extra pole through the main body of the tent to assist with water run-off.
I noticed that a question about awnings on the larger HV6 tent was answered in the negative- no awnings on doors and no eyelets to allow this. So thought I would check regarding the HV4 tent - does it have the option of using door flys as awnings and are there any poles included? Could not see poles mentioned in the specifications. Also - the external/internal pictures of these 2 tents appear identical to me. I would have thought there would be some differences as the dimensions are very different.
We had a bit of contradictory information about the awning, so we pulled both tents out of the bag, and we found that here are eyelets on the door and awning poles included with the Mojave HV6 and the Mojave HV4.
I’m so sorry about that confusion Deborah, I’ll make sure I correct that so no-one else gets confused.
As for the photos, I've checked with Black Wolf who supply our images, and they've said that reason the Mojave 4 and 6 look almost identical is that the only difference is the size.
Could you please tell me what the height of the front entry door is and what the head room is in the front room? Very interested in purchasing this tent but don't want to have to stoop over at any point. I'm 173cm high. Thanks guys!
You may have to stoop Happy Camper, but only a little. The height in the front section is about 175cm, but this does not account for the rolled up doorway which hangs a little below this. I would say that at 173cm you'd have to duck under the doorway, then whilst standing centrally in the front section of the Mojave HV4, your head would just touch the ceiling. The HV6 offers about 180cm of height in the front section, but it is a much larger tent all round.
Is there a fly screen on the rear door, like there is on the front door? Thank you.
G'day Sam, all of the doors and windows on this tent including the rear door have the mesh fly screen, so you can keep your tent well ventilated while keeping the bugs out.
Do this tent have two included awning poles can be used to pitch either vestibule entrance as an awning, as the Coleman Overlander 4P Dome tent has? Thanks for your help.
I am looking for a tent enabling a motorcycle to be parked in the vestibule. I need to ride entering from one side entrance and exiting out the other side. I realise the floor of the vestibule is not flat. (another question!) Do you think I could flatten the floor entrance and exit to enable access and exit without undue problems?
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