Wild Country Halo 43 Tent

£217.49 (25% off RRP of £290.00)
Wild Country Halo 43 Tent

Easily accommodating 4 people in two bedrooms with zipped access between, the Halo 43 is great for families with young children. Re-designed for 2007 the Halo range offers a true 'home from home' experience for a comfortable camping holiday. Numerous internal storage pockets help keep toys, clothing a accessories close to hand with out cluttering your living area. The communal area and porch make up more than half the total area of the tent, so there is plenty of room to move during the day. Plus three more people can easily sleep in the living area if needed, as the sewn in groundsheet covers the living area as well as the bedrooms. Ample ventilation is provided through panels at the end of each bedroom and a large panel in one side of the living area. The bedrooms are sized for airbeds.

  • Weight 23Kg
  • Max Internal Height: 2.2m
  • Living Area: 5.7m2
  • Porch Area: 2.3m2
  • Person: 4
  • 3
  • Season Rating: 2 Season Family And Group Camping
  • User range: Family Base Camp and Holiday
  • Pitching: Flysheet First
  • Fully Waterproof Communal Area
  • Fits in 2 Bags For Easy Storage and Transportation
  • Porch Door Converts to and Awning (Poles Included)
  • Equal Length Main and Bedroom Poles for Easy Pitching

Weight

23.000 kg

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Product reviews

The Halo 43 is easy for two people to put up, as it is a straightforward design. The big advantage for me is the height of the living area - well over 6 feet - and the large area that allows 4 people with table and chairs to sit comfortably. I've used this tent in windy and wet conditions and it has stood up well - it seems very robust. The porch area at the front (behind the big circular window) gives ample space for cooking and storing kit. The bedroom areas are adequate for two adults in each - the majority of the tent space is in the living area, where you need it. The ventilation flap on one side blows about a bit in the wind, but this is only a minor quibble. Overall, an excellent tent.John Marshall, Nottingham

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