The Bizon 3 Classic tent from the Outdoor Classic range offers spacious shelter that is great for longer camping excursions or backpacking from spring through autumn. It has a sufficiently spacious and practical vestibule where you can store everything you’ve brought along, and when the weather is bad you can even cook here. The double-skin freestanding tent with poles on the inside provides room for up to three people.
Characteristics of the Bizon 3 Classic tent:
|Dimensions||(W × L × H) 230 × 410 × 135 cm|
|Dimensions||(packed tent) 48 × 20 cm|
|Weight||min./total 4.9 kg/5.3 kg|
|Design||double-skin freestanding tent with poles on the outside|
|Outer tent water column||3,000 mm H2O|
|Groundsheet water column||100% waterproof|
|Poles||ø 7.9 and 8.5 mm laminate poles|
|Accessories||set of steel pegs, repair kit, mesh pocket for small items|
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.
INNER TENT: Nylon 190T, mosquito net
Very fine, light, and breathable synthetic fibres with sufficient strength and elasticity. That’s why they are very resistant to tearing or other mechanical damage. This material is also suitable for low temperatures because of its good thermal insulation properties.
The fine, breathable, and yet durable material of which the inner mosquito net is made makes it possible for air to better circulate around the tent. This ensures great ventilation.
Standard poles with outer metal connectors. Laminate is the traditional and most widely used material for tent structures. Laminate poles get the job done – they’re entirely sufficient for everyday undemanding types of camping. Their indisputable advantage over other materials is the favourable price.
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.