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!
- Pitching area: 435 x 220cm
- Repair kit included
- Inner storage pockets
|Flysheet Hydrostatic Head (mm):
|Groundsheet Hydrostatic Head (mm):
|Pack Size (cm):
||65 x 22 x 21 cm
|Bedroom Dimensions (cm):
||210 x 200 x 135
|Number of Poles:
||Protex 3000 Polyester
By stigg (Nottinghamshire)
I'm new to this camping thing and I've had this tent since March/April 2013. You may agree that when the summer did arrive it was a long great summer at last!! We ie; 2 men used this tent on 9 long weekends. Quick and easy to put up, I can do it on my own in less than 15 mins, if needed.
The porch is a great size for storing gear and sitting in poor weather, in which we did at times. I had it up in Peaks/Lakes and the Highlands in the heaviest downpours and it did not budge an inch in the high winds. A really good value for money. Tent has an ''all round rain gutter'' that makes the rain run away from the tent. Groundsheet is in the porch is ''linked in'' and NOT sewn-in, so there is a little gap and you can see the grass!... I opened the bedroom zip on two camping trips to find flies have gotten under and a worm. Not nice when all our food & drinks was out there!
A TENTative 5*, 23 October 2013
By Green Man (Colchester)
Spent a very wet week in Devon with continuous rain 12 out of every 24 hours. The tent stood up to it pretty well with only a little bit of wiping down in the mornings. Comstruction was pretty good, generally, with only a few minor stitching defects, but nothing impacting performance. Assembly instructions are terrible and I'd definitely advise setting up prior to first use. Maybe not great for a month in the Alps, but for a couple of people and a dog in Devon in October, it was perfect.
Previous review, 08 October 2013
Sorry the review I just posted was for the Vango Omega 350. On the strength of my experience with that tent, I recommended the EOS350 to my Ex to take our daughter camping, purely because I anticipate camping out of season in the Omega, whereas she won't need the better weather resistance.