Tents for all families - 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10 man tents
2017 marks an exciting new chapter in the sustained development of the Outwell brand's outstanding tents and camping equipment. As the marked's premium family camping brand, out commitment to delivering unforgettable moments outdoors is integral to the development of all aspects of the business.
Clearly established as the market leader in delivering unforgettable family moments outdoors, Outwell has maintained a consistent commitment to inspired innovation that has transformed the experience of family camping. Raising comfort and convenience to new levels has been achieved through the introduction of unique styles, features, components and fabrics built on the foundation of quality innovation. The list of innovations introduced by Outwell is a long one. It’s a sustained drive to identify problems that affect family campers and answer them creatively with imagination.
Practical solutions are an essential element in the way our designers approach tents and camping equipment.There is no such thing as a ‘typical’ camping family so we avoid a one size fits all approach. Instead, we maintain quality, reliability and comfort through a range of options to suit varying levels of activity and commitment. For our customers, we never rest on our laurels and continue to push performance and comfort boundaries.
Top tips for safe tent camping
1. Understand your tent equipment
Read the instructions, watch the videos, use your kit at home or in controlled conditions BEFORE you go away. Not only will familiarisation make life easy and avoid embarrassment on the campsite but it will also pick up any problems while you are in a position to rectify them at home.
2. Learn those tent camping skills
Camping is an art and items used, like tent, are your tools. To enjoy the former and get the most out of the latter you need to learn those vital and varied camping skills, like how to read the way the ground lies on your pitch; awareness of the weather and how it might change; how to pitch a tent and set it to meet the weather; knots; field repairs and gear maintenance… the list goes on but all are fun to learn and will eventually help you and your family camp with confidence.
3. Buy a selection fo tent pegs
Every tent is supplied with ample pegs to meet most normal conditions on an ideal pitch but sometimes you meet extremes that require a something special to help keep your tent firmly anchored to the ground. Rock pegs, large stakes, Delta pegs are just a small selection of pegs that you might want to consider investing in. Find out more by visiting our blog’s technical features at outwell.com/Blog
4. Create a first aid kit for your tent
Accidents happen and time takes its toll. Gear can fail in the field but this is not a disaster if you have created a First Aid kit to handle minor repairs. Tapes, glues, hacksaw, multitool, whipping twine, guylines and Clingons are just a few items we carry in ours and you can find out more by visiting our blog’s technical features.
5. Help other tent campers
Not only can you pick up a lot of skill-based information from our website but fellow campers are a friendly lot who are always happy to provide tips and practical help on the campsite.
Outwell Test Facilities
In Denmark and at our facilities in the Far East, we have installed rain simulators to test that our tents are waterproof. We carry out many random tests to check tent quality. In a 30-minute test, the tents are subjected to a downpour corresponding to approximately six months of rain in Denmark.
Along with our powerful wind machines, also installed both in Denmark and the Far East China, Oase Outdoors has some of the market's best test facilities at its disposal. These facilities are also used by European branch media, including the foremost German magazine, Outdoor.
See how we test our tents
Innovative Family Camping