We never stop striving to improve. Who else but Outwell could have come up with the super-cool Kids Room inner tents or the Wind Stabilizer System? That’s Outwell. Often copied, never bettered!
Outwell Hybrid Frame System – 2013
Our Outwell Hybrid Frame System uses Duratec fibreglass poles to connect tough steel structural poles. The resulting solid freestanding structure has enabled us to develop enhanced ventilation and customisable tents and shelters that can be tailored to a camper’s needs using of zip-in pods.
Outwell Pole Junction System – 2013
The Outwell Pole Junction System is the latest in multi-socket joints. These are fixed to steel structural poles to securely house the interlinking’ Duratec fibreglass poles that enhance a tent’s stability.
Outwell One-go Inflation Technology – 2013
The Outwell One-go Inflation Technology allows the camper to plug a pump into a single inlet valve and inflate a tent in a minute. No moving the pump between individual air tubes – just plug in, pump up and go! The simple-to-pitch and highly effective frame links uprights via an apex tube that also acts as a ridge pole for increased rigidity. In the unlikely event of damage, each individual upright assembly can be isolated using valves to prevent the frame from fully deflating and to facilitate easy repair.
Tinted windows - 2012
An all-new innovation for this season, our tinted windows provide protection from the sun and add to a camper’s privacy while maintaining views out.
Floating Guyline System - 2012
Our Floating Guyline System has two Mocca lines leading to a single luminous line that pegs out. The System is easier to pitch and minimises the amount of lines to trip over. Plus, the eye-catching optical illusion created by the colours adds to the tent’s streamlined look, with the luminous guy appearing to float above the ground.
Outwell Wind Stabilizer System - 2011
The highly effective Outwell Wind Stabilizer System directly attaches outer, pole and guy line to create superb strength and stability in gale force winds. That’s real peace of mind for you and all the family.
Outwell Easy Pegging System - 2011
Special use of three different colour-coded types of pegs ensures pitching is both straightforward and contributes to the inherent stability of any Outwell tent. Here, we use grey anchor steel pegs at each corner, black plastic pegs for general pegging out, and luminous pegs to complement the guylines. Simple, but so highly effective.
Luminous Guylines/Piping/Dry Zip System - 2011
Not content with leading the way with luminous guylines over a decade ago, we added complementary luminous piping on the main tent panels. Plus, our Dry Zip System provides special luminous coverings that prevent water getting in anywhere along important zipping points.
Kids Room/Game Wall/Game Set - 2010
Introduced with our Fantasy Collection of tents, these features are all about fun for everyone, and a key innovation to prove how Outwell puts families first. This was recognised by the readers of Camping, the UK’s leading magazine for life under canvas, when the Fantasy Collection was awarded the prestigious title, Tent of the Year 2010.
Extensions and Awnings - 2008/2009
We came up with the extension concept in 2008, followed a year later by a complete range of awnings. Simply, each allows you to add a further dimension to your Outwell tent when it’s needed – whether you want to add an extension for extra shelter or a whole awning for an additional, fully enclosed room.
Outwell Extended Frame System - 2008
The Outwell Extended Frame System is also unique. Here again, there is superior headroom and maximum stability, thanks to the initial strength of the tent’s main poles being able to support an offshoot pole via a cleverly designed special junction that also brings extra stability all-round.
Carpets and Footprints - 2007
We were first to introduce the concept of carpets and footprints back in 2007. Carpets are for supreme in-tent underfoot comfort, ensuring a cosy, warm and homely feeling. A footprint adds an extra dimension of insulation as well as protecting the main groundsheet from direct contact with the ground, thus effectively extending the life of the tent.
Sealed Ground System - 2005
An early example of Outwell’s practical thinking. By keeping the groundsheet as an integral part of the tent we were able to offer unique all-weather protection – from the ground upwards. A sealed-in groundsheet really is the most effective way of keeping as much mud and dirt as possible out of the tent. And it ensures no unwanted little guests in your tent!