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Mannagum

XL Refuge Bay Camp Shelter

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Whether you’re in need of some shade from the sun, or you want an undercover area that’ll keep the rain off your back – the Mannagum XL Refuge Camp Shelter will come to rescue.

Made from ripstop polyester that will resist wear and tear, and with a 3000mm waterhead rating, and heat taped sealed seams you’ll have plenty of protection from the rain. Mannagum have also made this shelter easy to secure, as there are pre-tied guy ropes with built in storage pockets so you won’t lose them.

Complete with a carry bag for storage, the XL Refuge Bay Camp Shelter will provide extra coverage from the elements when you need it.

  • Tear resistant fabric
  • Pre-tied guy ropes with built in storage pockets
  • Carry bag
Snowys Code:
137137
Supplier Code:
TD268
External Dimensions:
590L x 360W cm
Packed Dimensions:
58L x 15W x 15H cm
Material:
75D Ripstop Polyester
Waterproof:
3000 mm
Weight:
1.67 Kg
Warranty:
3 Year
Staff tip:Heads Up! The poles in the picture are not included with the shelter.
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May 22 2017

Worked just great

Used this for the first time this weekend and it worked a treat. Set up differently but it suited my needs. Thanks for another great producy

- Aldinga Beach, SA
Response from Snowys May 22 2017

Thanks for sharing Janet (both here and on Facebook)... we absolute love it! Laine :)

Fabric comparison 1 answer

I'm considering one of these or the oztrail camper fly. Could you please explain the difference between this ripstop polyester and the UVTex fabric of the Oztrail. Thanks :)

- Kenthurst (3 months ago)

G'day Linda, 

The ripstop fabric of the XL Refuge Bay Camp Shelter has thicker threads woven into the fabric which reinforces the fabric if it's put under pressure, so it's less likely to tear or rip. 

The UVtex fabric on the Oztrail fly is a coating that protects the material from deterioration from exposure to the sun. 

- Snowys(3 months ago)

Are there holes for poles on the corners?1 answer

Are there holes for poles on the corners?

- Ashfield(5 months ago)

G'day Greg,

That's a really good question and slightly interesting to answer Greg as the guy ropes are attached with thin webbing loops. It seems that these loops are what the middle section uses as pole holes so since these are all the same at each guy point, I guess you could use them on the corners however they aren't re-enforced so I'm not sure how much extra tension you could apply like this.

So yes technically it could work but I'm not sure it has been designed with that use in mind so cannot say how sturdy or durable it would be.

- Snowys(5 months ago)

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