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Vango Banshee 300 Tent Reviews

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  • 5 out of 5
Very Pleased, 17 September 2013
By MattB (Hertfordshire)
I have used the tent on a couple of occasions now and am very happy with it. Putting it up first time was a bit more of a struggle than I expected but it was soon up. My advice would be to keep the inner attached after your first pitch. First time out we camped with some pals who used a cheaper dome type tent, by morning their sleeping bags were damp with condensation, the Vango kept us warm and dry. I've not tested it in extreme weather yet, a trip to the Peak District in a month may well provide a sterner test. The 300 is well sized for 2 with kit. So far I'm very happy.
  • 5 out of 5
fantastic value, 23 April 2012
By cubby (barrhead glasgow)
bought this tent for me and my dad to do some wild camping with our canadian canoe. it is very easy to pitch comfortable enough for two big guys and some gear. rain stays out and the two entrances are a god send for toilet breaks during the night no climbing over each other
  • 5 out of 5
whw, 04 July 2011
By kenny (letchworth)
used this tent in may on the west highland way horrendous weather kept me dry and stood up well too some very strong winds
  • 4 out of 5
Banshee 300, 17 June 2011
By Cycle tourer (Southampton)
The first tent I've bought in years. I wanted one to use while cycle touring. The Banshee 300 is slightly heavier then the 200, but the extra space is very welcome. When you first try to pitch it, all that fabric is a bit confusing, But it gets easier with practice. I can now pitch it in under 15 minutes. The inner can be left attached which saves time. Excellent touches include loads of storage pockets, and a zip which gives access to storage space between the inner and flysheet. I'm 6ft and can sleep comfortably plus there is plenty of room inside for both (large) panniers. Only been out on a couple of tours with it, but I'm happy with this tent and looking forward to the next trip
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