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Oxley 7 Canvas Touring Tent

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Oztent Oxley 7 Canvas Touring Tent Watch video
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Fast to set up, spacious, and made with high-quality fabrics and components – the Oxley Fast Frame 7 from Oztent is a robust tent for the whole family.

This tent is made from Oztent’s waterproof ripstop poly-cotton canvas – the same tried and tested material that they’ve been using for the past 17 years. There are No-See-Um mesh fly screens to keep insects out, and a heavy-duty heat-sealed PVC tub floor for protection from the ground up. The fly is included with this tent, which helps to keep condensation at bay in chilly conditions, and will keep your space cooler in warm weather. For airflow, the Oxley has a passive ventilation system which allows air flow for a more comfortable interior.

Space is a premium when camping with a family, and this tent comes with a 2.2m pull out extension for extra room. To set up the tent, pop up the centre hub to lock it, and then pull and lock the legs into place. When packing down, just pull down the centre hub and the legs will easily collapse. The extra-large awning provides extra space for relaxing under, and it can be closed off with additional walls for extra weather protection and privacy.

And when you’re kicking back in your tent, you can slot most devices into the integrated media pocket to watch your favourite movie. A versatile and high-quality family tent that be extended for extra space, you can’t go wrong with the Oxley Fast Frame 7 from Oztent.

  • Sleeps 7 people
  • No-See-Um mesh fly screens
  • Heavy-duty heat-sealed PVC tub floor
  • Passive ventilation system for air flow
  • 2.2m pull out extension
  • Easy pack up and set up
  • Aircraft quality components
  • 100% waterproof material
  • Pull out extension
  • Fly included
  • Media pocket for holding devices 
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Sleeping Capacity:
7 Person
Recommended Capacity:
4 Person
External Dimensions:
670L x 250W x 210H cm
Sleeping Area:
220L x 250W cm
Packed Dimensions:
122L x 39W x 39H cm
Max. Head Height:
200 cm
8 Oz Ripstop Polycotton Canvas
Inner Material:
No See Um Mesh
Floor Material:
Frame Material:
Corrosion Resistant Poles & Parts
35 Kg
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Jan 17 2018

Complete knockout!!

Great tent, compact design. So simple to erect meaning you can get into the beers sooner! The addition of the media pocket is a small bonus of this jam packed tent!

- North Sydney, NSW

Tarp to use under oxley 71 answer

Hi, id like to purchase a mesh tarp for under our oxley7. What size/branddo you suggest?

- Brunswick East(4 weeks ago)

G'day Melissa,

I think the best way to go for your Oztent Oxley 7 Canvas Touring Tent would be to look at the Oztrail Ultramesh Tarp. We don't have a size that will perfectly line up with your tent but would suggest either the 8 x 20 ft, which would be a touch too thin width wise, or the 20 x 16 ft option which will be a bit too wide. If you opt for the "too wide" option, you can always fold it down under the tent. 

- Snowys(3 weeks ago)

Comparison to BlackWolf Turbo series1 answer

Hi. I’m really interested in knowing how the Oxley 7 compares to the Blackwolf Turbo 240 Plus or Turbo 300 Plus. It seems to be sized halfway between the two, but I’m really interested in the quality and durability difference. They all seem to be made of the same canvas, but the Oxley is using a PVC base. How does that compare to the base of the Black Wolfs? Also, does the Oxley have the same range of accessories?

- Melbourne(1 month ago)

Good question Aaron.

You are right in that the size of the Oxley 7 sits right in between the Turbo 240 Plus and the Turbo 300 Plus. In terms of durability, we don't have a lot of feedback on the Oxley tents yet as they are much newer than the Turbo Tents. However, on close inspection, the build quality appears to be very comparable, with the main difference being that the Oxley has a much more durable PVC floor than the Turbo Tents. The downside of this is that it takes a little more effort to roll away into the bag. Black Wolf moved away from using a PVC base for this reason, but it left a gap in the market for people wanting this super heavy-duty floor.

Regarding accessories, Black Wolf Turbo Tents are the clear winner here with their range of sidewalls, screen rooms and add-ons. The Oxley will have a Complete Panel System available soon that encloses the front awning, but I don't know what Oztnet's plans are for further accessories. The Oxley also has a larger awning that is attached to the inner tent, so you can use this even without the flysheet attached, whilst the Turbo tents have a peaked awning as standard that is slightly smaller but offers better rain-shedding properties.

I couldn't recommend one over the other sorry, we have confidence in the quality of both, and both offer excellent after sales back-up of their products with spare parts. 

I hope that helps.

- Snowys(1 month ago)
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