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Tourer 9 Plus Tent

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  • Single room tent with one pole for a simple and quick pitch
  • Sleeps 6 people
  • Featuring front and rear doors for easy access and great ventilation, the Tourer 9 Plus can be stored compactly or with the head frame intact for quick set up next time
  • Single pole setup
  • Front and rear door
  • 340gsm SatProof 600 + canvas
  • Generous mesh windows provide extra ventilation and feature a roll-up weather flap
  • Duo-Door (insect proof mesh with fabric for privacy)
  • Silver coated roof
  • #8 coil zips for windows
  • Awnings zip closed over the door way for extra weather security with durable #10 zips
  • Double skin canvas roof
  • Lantern loop
  • Power cord guides
  • 2 x awning poles included
  • Packed Size Compact: 80x28x33cm
  • Side Pole Kit to remove the centre pole available at extra cost
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Sleeping Capacity:
6 Person
Recommended Capacity:
4 Person
External Dimensions:
350L x 260W cm
Sleeping Area:
350L x 260W cm
Packed Dimensions:
80L x 80W x 12H cm
Max. Head Height:
210 cm
Ripstop Satproof™ Canvas
Floor Material:
Frame Material:
Galvanised Steel
22 Kg
2 Year
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Aug 29 2016

Good quality and value

Concur 100% with previous review. It IS heavy, but is manageable, and excellent value and quality for Snowys special price. Used a week ago in cold Southwest WA but no rain to test waterproofing yet. Wife and I very happy so far. Unfortunately fractured leg hiking so, sadly, no further camping for a while!

Response from Snowys Aug 29 2016

Oh no! I'm sorry to hear that David! I hope you'll be back on your feet and exploring outback WA very soon. Laine :)

May 13 2016

A bottler of a tent - but heavy

This tent is everything it is said to be. Quick to erect once you get the hang of it, and quite roomy, We haven't seen any serious rain yet but have no doubt it will keep out anything that can be dished up to it; the canvas is that heavy. And therein lies the problem. It is bulky to transport with the roof frame inserted so we carried it in the roof cage of our 4WD. Getting it up there took every bit of strength my wife and I could muster. It would be ideal in a trailer.

- Macarthur NSW

Waterhead rating1 answers

Hi. Website shows waterhead rating of 1300mm which I understand is low/not great whereas write-up on various sites including Snowys and Oztrail is a 4 Season (winter tent) with a SatProof 600+ 350 gsm ripstop canvas. Are you able to confirm how water proof the tent is? Apologies in advance if my interpretation/comparison of waterhead rating versus 4 season etc is incorrect. Also, does the tent need to be guyed out? From review if appears to only be for the awning poles. Many thanks.

- Perth(7 months ago)
Hi Iain, no need for apologies, when it comes to tent ratings and waterhead, things can be confusing and this is made all the more confusing with the way in which Oztrail rate their tents. I am not sure where we got the 1300mm rating from, I have taken it off our website as I cannot find anything to support this any more. Generally Oztrail have a number in their fabric description which we assume is the waterhead rating, but in the case of the Tourer this would mean it has 600mm rating, which isn't waterproof at all. What I can say though is that the Tourer tents are a reliably waterproof, tough as nails tent that has been in the range for years. I cannot get a definitive waterhead rating for you, but I can honestly say that if pitched correctly and the canvas is 'seasoned' then you will stay warm and dry in this tent in the worst of conditions. As for guy ropes, it comes included with what is required for correct pitching and there are points on each roof corner to attach these to. I hope this helps.
- Snowys(7 months ago)

Insulted roof, centrepole, and warranty1 answers

Is this the 3 layer roof, as is advertised on oztrails own site specifications? EG with the Insulcell insulation? Also, how is the centrepole secured/tightened? Oxtrail say "one touch"- if so, please explain how that works? (My old tourer tent has usual screw in thing which slips somewhat.) Finally, they say warranty is 2 yrs but yours 1yr?

- BUNBURY, WA(7 months ago)
Hi David, thanks for your question. We stock the latest model of Tourer 9 as advertised by Oz Trail. The Center pole has a clamp mechanism that replaces the old style T Nut to hold the extendable center pole in place. The Warranty is provided by Oz Trail and is 2 years - I have since updated this on our website.
- Snowys(7 months ago)

Zip on front canvas door1 answers

Does Ћ canvas front door have a 2 way zip to open from inside and outside?

- Bairnsdale(11 months ago)
Hi Janet, I'm not sure I fully understand your question so I'll describe things as best I can. The door which incorporates both mesh and solid canvas panels, the mesh being on the outside, has two zipper pulls both with toggles on the inside and outside to facilitate entry and exit to the tent. The canvas panel can be zipped and rolled away from the inside to leave a mesh door. Hopefully this answers your question.
- Snowys(11 months ago)

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92 Richmond Rd, Keswick SA

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Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday: 12pm - 5pm
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