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Wolf Moon 5XP

Sleeping five, the Wolf Moon 5XP is a large base tent ideal for warm conditions while offering all-weather protection. Features include double rear and low vents to control air flow enhanced by mesh panels behind the external doors, which open the living area for insect-free ventilation and great views out. The mesh window is backed by a waterproof curtain with upper PVC panel to further balance privacy and air flow. The large front porch provides water-free access and shade.
£ 925.00

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Type of tent:
HydroTex HD, 75D polyester Taffeta 185T, Fire retardant, 100% polyester
Taped seams
Hydrostatic Head:
5000 mm
Alloy #6061, T6, 9.5/16 mm, anodised
Inner tent:
68D polyester 185T, breathable, 100% polyester
Floor Inner:
75D polyester Taffeta 185T PU coated, 3000 mm, 100% polyester
Polyethylene 10.000 mm, 100% polyethylene
Sand & Green
Pack size:
75 x 35 cm
16.0 kg
Item number:
Mesh in all doors for insect-free ventilation
Protected double rear ventilation to enhance airflow
Large porch area
Front skirts can be toggled back to create a full panorama view from the porch area
Preangled aluminium poles for enhanced head space
Alu buckles and tension handles on pegging corners
Strong nylon coil-zips on doors
Mesh roof in inner with curtain underneath
Mesh storage pockets in front of inner
Mesh pockets in the inner tents store small items safe and handy
Convert to a canopy using optional extra poles
Repair kit included to deal with accidental damage
Feature Icons
5000 mm Hydrostatic Head 5000 mm: Shows the amount of water on 1 cm² before the water penetrates the coating.
Alloy poles Light, strong, reliable and durable.
Storm Guard Storm Guard adds extra stability to cope with extreme weather by simply yet ingeniously connecting flysheet, pole and guylines with a flexible fabric loop that spreads the load strain of severe wind gusts over the whole structure with no weak points of st
Clip On Quick convenient pitching.
Mesh and PVC Windows The combination of mesh, PVC and curtain allows control of ventilation, light and privacy while keeping out insects.
Retainer for curtains Simple to use retainers quickly secure open curtains
Low Vent Roll up and toggle back the bottom door panels to adjust air flow for enhanced ventilation
Fully Black Out Inners Reduces light penetration to improve sleep quality
Snap Connector Click buckle for quick setup or removal of the inner tent
Adaptive Inner Inner folds and toggles back to the centre to increase living space when required
Standing Height The tent provides standing height in the living area for more comfort and freedom to move and dress.
Gear Rope Family Tent Line allows clothes and gear to be hung and dried within the tent
Lantern Hanging Point Integrated hanging points throughout the tent provide numerous options from which to suspend lighting
Guyline retainer Guyline retainers hold folded guylines securely when packing away to avoid the nightmare of tangles and knots later.
Sewn-in groundsheet Groundsheet through complete tent.
Mains cable access The flysheet features an zip opening for an electric hook-up cable.
Taped Seams Strong, flexible and durable tape is glued and heat-sealed over flysheet seams for effective long-term waterproofing in this critical area.
Mosquito net Mesh with mosquito net for ventilation and to keep insects out.
Fire Retardant The fabric does not burn, but melts when in direct contact with flames.
Packsack 75 x 35 cm
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.