The spacious family tent Caravan 12 Dural provides lots of comfort during camping holidays with family or friends. It has a large bedroom for five people and a comfortable vestibule with a fully sewn-in groundsheet, mica windows on the walls, and a roof window to provide enough light inside the tent. In addition to the main entrance at the front, Caravan also has a side entrance to facilitate ventilation and movement inside the tent. You can buy a tent shelter to attach onto the front entrance to this double-skin tunnel tent with poles on the outside.
Characteristics of the Caravan 12 Dural tent:
|(W × L × H) 330 × 500 × 220 cm
|(packed tent) 80 × 36 cm
|total 17 kg
|double-skin tunnel tent with poles on the outside
|Outer tent water column
|3,000 mm H2O
|Groundsheet water column
|ø 12.7 mm dural poles and ø 19 mm steel poles
|set of steel pegs, repair kit, compression sack
Thanks to its advantageous properties, this material is widely used for outer tent structures, especially for expedition tents where every gram counts. Dural is an alloy combining aluminum with other elements to give it a low weight and the ability to withstand a large loads.
GROUNDSHEET: Layered polyethylene
This is a very strong material used as a groundsheet especially under large tents. Groundsheets made of this material are abrasion-resistant, so they’re a very popular choice for family tents. And as you’d expect, they’re waterproof, which is absolutely essential.
OUTER TENT: 185T polyester, polyurethane (coating 3,000 mm H2O)
This is a very light material that’s tear-resistant. Synthetic polyester fibres improve the product’s ability to resist adverse weather, stop colours from fading, and deal with getting soaked – since they dry really fast.
Polyurethane (coating 3,000 mm H2O)
The polyurethane coating provides permanent impregnation and is applied directly onto the material in various layers. This special treatment of the material prevents water penetration. The coating parameter is given by the height of the water column (stated in mm H2O), in other words the ability of the material to withstand water pressure.