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Robens Front Porch

Front Porch

The polycotton Front Porch provides sheltered access and living space. It is designed to fit all tents with an A-frame entrance, such as the Klondike. It simply and quickly connects to the A-frame apex tip and its profile overlaps the front eaves to minimize draughts and water entry. The front uses a sturdy steel hooped pole for stability and adjustable pegging points take care of uneven ground conditions.
£ 250.00

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In stock again: 02/03/20

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  • Camping World Dorset

    John Browns Garden Centre

    Ringwood Road

    BH21 6RD Three Legged Cross, Dorset

    Phone: 01202 826856

  • Camping World Horsham

    Hornbrook Park (Hillier Garden Centre)

    Brighton Road A281

    RH13 6QA Horsham

    Phone: 01403 255 458

  • Camping World Essex

    The Open Site

    Collier Row Road

    RM5 2BJ Romford

    Phone: 01708 722 937

Layout
Specifications
Flysheet:
HydroTex Polycotton, 65% polyester / 35% cotton
Poles:
Steel 22 mm
Colour:
Khaki
Pack size:
83 x 14 cm
Weight:
4.4 kg
Item number:
130209
Features
Breathable HydroTex® Polycotton fabric
Reflective guylines
Feature Icons
Standing Height The tent provides standing height in the living area for more comfort and freedom to move and dress.
Clip On Quick convenient pitching.
Guyline retainer Guyline retainers hold folded guylines securely when packing away to avoid the nightmare of tangles and knots later.
Steel poles For enhanced stability and strength
Packsack 83 x 14 cm
 Weight 4.4 kg
Robens Tests
Robens Wind Test: The determination of the performance of a Robens tent in wind is based on the knowledge and technique available to Robens at the time of testing. During the test we register the maximum (MAX) speed impact a tent was subjected and the average (AVG) wind speed at which structural instability occurred. This may appear as a broken/deformed pole, or the collapse of the tent and subsequent return to shape when the wind drops. At no point was any form of catastrophic failure experienced up to the maximum wind speed.