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Tents Camping particularly like the style and quality build of  Outwell Tents.  They are a family run Danish company which specialises in producing high quality tents at affordable prices.  Outwell Tents are innovative, designed specifically to meet the modern day needs of today’s campers.

 

Outwell tents are constantly evolving to be more accommodating, efficient and durable.  Outwell tent designers’ work in tandem with test families improving their product year on year to ensure that you the camper are not wasting your time and money on tents which fall short of your expectations.

 

Outwell Tents – the range

Outwell Tents have 5 ranges of tents, the AvantGarde, Premium, DeLux, Classic and Comfort.  The various ranges amount to over 30 different types of tents where you’ll find one which meets your requirement.  All Outwell Tents are designed to withstand the British weather.   Where it’s common to buy tents with a hydrostatic head (a way of measuring waterproofness) of around 1,500mm, Outwell tents have a minimum of 3,000mm or 5000mm.  Couple this with double stitched and taped seems makes the old leaking tents of the past just a wet dream!   Outwell have further ensured that their tents will withstand the rigours of the stormy British weather by strengthening all their tents with Durawrap poles.

Outwell Tents – AvantGarde Collection

outwell vantgarde

The new AvantGarde collection is Outwell Tents flagship range inspired by the latest in designer colours and trends.   The range comprises of three styles of tents, Arkansas, Maryland and Ohio which incorporate the latest in technological advanced material and are colour coordinated inside and out.   Many will want to take advantage of the optional all-weather awning with its own door and bathtub groundsheet.

Outwell Tents – Premium Collection

outwell premiumOutwell Tent’s Premium collection has family values written all over it.  The 5 spacious tents in this range are the Florida, Dakota, Idaho, Montana and the Vermont are all create to make family camping a pleasurable and enjoyable experience.  The new 2009 collection have larger sheltered areas to the side and front with the option of adding extensions making them even larger!

Read more on the Outwell Montana 6

Outwell Tents – DeLux Collection

outwell deluxOutwell Tents has 13 tents in its range all built using Outwell’s Outtex 3000 material.  These tents represent great value for money if you consider all their features.  One of the standout features of this range is that they are the easiest to pitch out of all Outwell Tents and if it’s speed of pitching you are wanting then look no further than the Alderney pop up tent.

Other tents in this range are :-

  • Michigan XL (9 man) & Michigan L (6 man)
  • Carolina 7 & Carolina 5
  • Nevada L (6 man)  & Nevada M (5 man)
  • Arizona L (3 man)
  • Iowa L (6 man)
  • Minnesota 6 & Minnesota 4
  • Hartford L (6 man), Hartford XL (8 man) & Hartford XXL (12 man)
  • Oregon 5, Oregon 4 & Oregon 3
  • Alderney – Black, Mocca and Green
  • Jersey M (3 man) and Jersey S (2 man)

Outwell Tents – Classic Collection

outwell classicOutwell Tents’ Classic range of tents comprises of 6 tents, Wolf Lake, Trout Lake, Bear Lake, Arrow Lake, Norfolk Lake and the Indian Lake.  These innovative tents are packed with design features which make them standout form the rest in their class.  All these tents come with alloy poles, zip-out ground sheets and are made with Outtex Airtech polycotton canvas.  This polycotton canvas has the benefit of making the inside of the tent feel cooler when the days are warm and warmer when the days are cold.  All models in this range except the Indian Lake can have extensions added as an optional extra.

Outwell Tents – Comfort Collection

outwell comfortOutwell Tents has 5 tents in its Comfort Collection, the North Sea, Red Sea, South Sea, Andaman Sea and Baltic Sea.  Each of these tents incorporates the latest design features and including use of the Airtec polycotton flysheet which although heavier than polyester is more durable and breathable.

Follow this link to read more about the Andaman Sea L.

4 Comments »

  • kate orr said:

    Hi, we bought the outwell oakland xl thinking we were buying one of the best makes of tents, what a disapointment. We where camping in Cumbria in the early hours of the morning it became very windy in a matter of a hour our metal poles of the tent had broken resulting in our tent being destroyed, we where left with nothing more than a damaged canvas what we stood up in and all poles broken. we were using storm pegs so dont know what more we could of done. Outwell is impossable to contact the store said we are not covered for storm damage, but to me this is a manufaturing falt DO NOT BUY A OUTWELL TENT other couple that had the outwell montana had the same problem and their tent was destroyed also

  • Jay said:

    Just spent £840 on an Outwell Maryland XL package deal from and internet supplier,used it 3 times and it has leaked every time, supplier has just taken it back and are going to “test” it with a high power hose, cant see them being able to replicate the three days of solid rain it just had on our last outing! The supplier say it is meant to be weathered but if you read Outwells FAQ page it clearly states that their tents do not need to be weathered at all……who’s telling the truth? It is made from sealed seam 5000mm HH material,this should not leak at all…..probably made in China by someone earning $1 a day who does not care if it leaks or not…….were gutted. Dont know weather to have another Maryland or another Outwell tent ,maybe a vermont or just have our money back, other than the fact it leaks it’s a great tent!! anyone else had a leaky Outwell?

  • Sarah Furlong said:

    Just read these reviews and have to say we purchased an Outwell Hartford XL six years ago in 2005, and its been the best tent we’ve ever had. Its been through gale force winds in Anglesea and torrential rain in Conwy, and has never leaked or broken. Every year we keep thinking we need to waterproof it, but havent done so far and its still going strong.

    Hopefully the other 2 reviews are just pure unlucky, as I would recommend our Outwell to anyone.

  • Lynn Allen said:

    Re: Nevada 4 (discontinued and replaced with Nevada m)

    Have just returned from holiday having used our Nevada 4 for only the second time since we bought it. I will admit the rain was heavy, but when we woke after the first night the bedding was soaked. There were large pools of water in the back of the tent, and all the gutters around the top of the sewn in ground sheet were full of water. We needed bivvie bags and towels for the rest of the holiday to keep things dry, even though the rain reduced. Not only the seams failed, but the water came in through the fabric of the tent itself.

    Having read reviews from this and other sites, I am sure this tent is faulty, but we cannot go back to the retailer because we bought it from a camping fair. I’m expecting the service from Outwell to be rude and poor, also after reading comments from several other sites, but I will give it a try.

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