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Details & Specs
House the whole fam in the traditional Tourer 9 Plus Canvas Tent from OZtrail that’s made for modern adventures.
This tent is made from reliable Ripstop SatProof™ canvas with an anti-mildew and waterproofing treatment while the floor is a high-density puncture-resistant HDPE floor system to keep you dry from the ground up. There’s an inverted seams system in place which helps water runoff, and you can zip up the awnings on all the windows in a drizzle. To make it easy to pitch, it features a heavy-gauge galvanised steel centre pole and a rear support pole, so you can spend more time relaxing around camp. To give you extra shade at the front of the tent, there’s a large front awning and when the skies are grey, and the oversized D-door has lower sills to minimise tripping.
The door, full-length side windows, and rear all-weather gusseted window have No-See-Um mesh for insect protection and excellent ventilation throughout the tent. With an easy-pitch design and space for a small family to sleep, the Tourer 9 Plus Canvas Tent from OZtrail is a fantastic value touring or camping tent.
Heavy gauge galvanised steel centre pole for easy setup
Window awnings that zip closed for weather protection
Ripstop SatProof™ canvas with anti-mildew and waterproofing treatment
High-density puncture-resistant HDPE floor
Large front awning for shade
Oversized D door with lower sills for easy access
No-See-Um Mesh windows and doors for insect protection and ventilation