CAMPING | The Best Vango Tents For First Time Campers

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UK outdoor equipment manufacturer, Vango, has released a list of their best tents for the first-time camper this season. With camping continuing to rise in popularity, finding the right tent to set you off on your journey can be tricky, with a number of factors to consider, such as size, style, and price, amongst others.

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The list contains a selection of affordable, reliable, and versatile options, including from the brand’s burgeoning Earth Collection, offering a number of choices depending on what kind of trip you have in mind, how many are going, or what your budget is.

Whatever your camping plans are this year, find your ‘Sprit of Adventure’ with Vango.

Vango Osiris Air 500 RRP £570.00

The Vango Osiris Air 500, 5-man tent is an inflatable AirBeam® tent within the Earth Collection. The collection launches Sentinel Eco Fabric, made from recycled single-use waste plastic.

Key features include an extended living area, providing a spacious environment and both living room doors have mesh panels, which increases the airflow, whilst keeping the bugs out. Another feature is the covered entrance, preventing rain from entering the living area. Queen-sized bedrooms, designed with a wider entrance, with no step over into the bedroom and the Nightfall inners are designed to reduce early morning light.

Vango Aether 600XL RRP £555.00

The Vango Aether 600XL is a 6-man poled tent within the Earth Collection. The collection launches Sentinel Eco Fabric, made from recycled single-use plastics. Not only does the Aether reduce plastic waste from the environment but benefits from key features such as Pre-Angled poles for greater head height and internal space.

Another feature is the fully sewn-in groundsheet and Pre-Attached Extension, offering extra living space and a real outdoors feel. The double living area has a large front door, which can be fully rolled back and the side door can be King-Poled open to enjoy the good weather, or zipped up when more shelter is required.

Fresh airflow is also a key feature as both the living room doors have mesh panels which increase the airflow, whilst keeping the bugs out.

Vango Joro 450 RRP £465.00

The Vango Joro 450 4-man tent is a poled tent within the Earth Collection. The collection launches Sentinel Eco Fabric, made from recycled single-use plastics.

Not only does the Joro reduce plastic waste from the environment but it also benefits from many key features including an integrated front awning with a large front door, which can be fully rolled back and a side door that can be King-Poled open to enjoy the good weather, or zipped up when more shelter is required, giving a real outdoors feel.

Fresh airflow is also a key feature as both the living room doors have mesh panels which increase the airflow, whilst keeping the bugs out.

Vango Alpha 300 RRP £135.00

The Vango Alpha 300 3-man tent features a stylish Gothic Arch porch that’s great for storing kit. The stable structure is configured from PowerFlex® poles, creating a generous space. Combined with the highly waterproof and lightweight Sentinel Eco flysheet, this well-ventilated tent is at home on any campsite and ready for any adventure.

Vango Tay 300 CLR RRP £115.00

New for 2022, the Vango Tay 300 CLR 3-man tent benefits from a Protex® Zero Flysheet, the CLR range reduces waste by utilising offcut surplus trim fabric and 70D polyester made from single-use plastics.

Designed with a gothic arch pole structure, the dome style is stable yet compact. The CLR collection is ideal for festivals and environmentally conscious adventurers.

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