Cart
The 'berth' of a tent is a guide the manufacturers give to a tent in regards to how many people the tent can sleep. When choosing a tent it is a good idea to remember that this is just a guide advising you how many people it is possible to sleep, not how many it is practical to sleep. For example, most one man tents are only big enough to fit one person full stop, no allowances are made for 'wiggle room' or storage of gear. The gear you do have with you will, more than likely, have to be left outside of the tent where it will be open to the elements. Some tents feature a small area where gear can be stowed and kept out of the rain between the inner tent and flysheet. The same can be said for all berths of tents so if you would like to comfortably sleep two in a tent, we would always suggest a three man tent and so on. In larger four man and up tents there is normally a lot more living and storage room provided.

1 Man Tents2 Man Tents3 Man Tents
4 Man Tents5 Man Tents & OverChoosing The Right Tent
View as Grid List

Items 1-9 of 36

per page
Set Descending Direction
  1. Vango Winslow 500 Air
    As low as £400.00
  2. Vango Valencia Air Package
    As low as £1,159.99
  3. Vango Tahiti Air 600XL
    As low as £1,300.00
  4. Vango Stargrove Air 600XL
    As low as £650.00
  5. Vango Skye 500
    As low as £190.00
  6. Vango Padstow Package 500
    As low as £330.00
  7. Vango Orava 600XL Tent
    As low as £650.00
  8. Vango Longleat Air 800XL
    As low as £600.00
  9. Vango Capri Air 500XL
    As low as £630.00
View as Grid List

Items 1-9 of 36

per page
Set Descending Direction