3.9 sqm living area and a maximum inner tent height of 1.40 m.
Pitching and dismantling
There are three poles to insert into their corresponding sleeves. There are colour codes to help you.
We recommend that 2 people pitch the tent.
The flysheet fabric has UPF 30 sun protection.
Important: be careful, a large amount of UV rays can get in through a simple open door.
The ventilated flysheet on the living area airs the room and reduces condensation inside your tent. High ventilation hatches are also provided at the front and back of the tent, along with high mosquito nets on the door and at the back of the bedroom.
We test all our tents in a wind tunnel on a turntable. The goal is to expose each side of our tent to the same wind intensity.
Properly pitched, with the guy ropes deployed, this tent remains habitable in wind speed 6, measured at 50 km/h.
We test our tents to validate their waterproofing. The first test is done in the laboratory, 4 hours under 200 litres of water per hour per sqm, the equivalent of tropical rain of 200 mm per hour. The second test is done in the field under real conditions by our teams. This tent is fitted with a polyurethane-coated polyester flysheet measuring 2,000 mm. It also has seams that have been waterproofed with heat-sealed strips, and a 140 g/sqm polyethylene groundsheet.
Size and weight
Rectangular cover | 57 x 13 cm | 30 litres | 6.7 kg
As designers and users who love nature, we care about the durability of our products. That's why all our tents are designed to be repairable. Spare parts and pole repairs are available from your Decathlon in-store workshop or on our website.
Poles and tent pegs
Poles - All our poles are made from fibreglass and undergo double quality checks. This guarantees some of the best resistance against breakage.
Tent pegs - All our pegs are made of steel and have a diameter of 6 mm.
Each bedroom in this tent is intended to accommodate a maximum of four 60 cm wide mattresses. It can also accommodate a couple looking for a very large bedroom.
Our camping tents have been designed for occasional outdoor use (4 weeks per year) when camping or in the great outdoors. Continued exposure to UV rays over several weeks can damage the fabric. These products are not classified as “garden furniture” and aren’t designed to be left outdoors permanently. To guarantee maximum durability of your tent, it's important to store it when not in use.