Versatlle and very roomy, this 3 man tent is ideal for family camping or groups at festivals.
The Vango Eos 350 has a huge porch area with windows, great for storing gear, bikes or furniture, or as extra living space if the weather turns sour.
Pitching is easy with the colour-coded Powerflex fibreglass poles and pre-attached guylines (with guy tidies), and the heavy duty pole sleeves ensure even distribution of tension so the tent stays stable, even with wind and knocks.
Reflective webbing and zip-pullers mean the Vango Eos 350 is easy to find in dark or crowded conditions.
The breathable inner and mesh vents make you more comfortable inside, the outer zips have rain gutter covers, while all seams are taped to protect you in the heaviest downpours.
Roomy and practical, a great tent whatever the expedition!
- Repair kit included
- Inner storage pockets
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By Baywatch (York)
Superb tent, good size both,pitched and packed, though one word of advice, do the first pitch in daylight and fasten the ground sheet, fly sheet and inner tent together and keep them together when you de-camp. Next time out pitching is a breeze
vango eos350, 30 September 2014
By rob (staffordshire)
great tent, took about 25 mins to erect the first time on my own but you can easily do it quicker with more help. once the inner is in you can leave it in so the next time you put the tent up it erects quicker. quite spacious on the inside and none of the silly tension bands to catch your neck on.
Vango EOS 350, 15 September 2014
I'd not been camping for a very long time, but bought this for a weekend camping with my eldest son. It proved to be a good tent. Easy for me to put up myself, with plenty of space inside for the two of us on SIMs and a reasonable amount of stuff (too much!).
Slightly disappointing in the sheet being linked, but as I intend to use it for some cycle touring as well it means that I can roll the front area up and keep the bike in it if I ever needed to.
Can be a bit hard to get back in the bag, though that may just be me not having learnt the knack yet.
Overall, really pleased with it.
Brilliant tent, 23 August 2014
By Chaney (Wolverhampton)
This is the third one of these that I have owned, one was replaced because of a seam coming apart (lot of use), the other I gave to my son.
I carry this on a Vespa so I needed something light and compact, it ticks both boxes.
I needed something that was quick and easy to erect by myself, this ticks both boxes here too.
It sleeps two comfortably. Plenty of room in the porch for all my luggage, crash helmet, riding gear etc.
I go camping a dozen (sometimes more) weekends a year and without doubt this is the best tent I have owned over a 40+ year period.
Great little tent!, 17 August 2014
By Steph (Cheshire)
Bought this for small, easy to put up tent for weekends away. Was up in under 15 minutes although we found this to definitely a two man job (perhaps not for more experienced campers!). Porch great size for sheltering from bad weather although probably a little small to squeeze in chairs, but we were happy to sit on on the floor. The ground sheet is linked in rather than sewn in which I hadn't realised when we saw in store so at first was disappointed. However, the linked in ground sheet kept out rain, dew and (most) bugs. I feel this tent comfortably sleeps two and a small dog. One downside about the bedroom is that we found when our airbed was inflated our heads were touching the lining of the tent so to avoid this my partner (6ft2) had to unzip the bottom and stick his feet out of the bedroom so think we will try roll mats and see if this sorts the problem. Had one fairly windy night, but didn't notice when inside the tent as very sturdy and plant of support from the guy ropes. Overall a great little tent and would definitely recommend.