2018 saw the launch of Kampa’s Studland 8 Air Pro tent and we think it is going to still be a popular choice for many campers in 2019.
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This tent has all that Kampa has worked hard to achieve gathered together in one exceptional tent.
This is another fantastic family tent from Kampa and I’m sure you will agree after reading this.
With pre-angled air beams and super large panoramic windows this tent feels spacious and light. The flexibility of taking out the 4th bedroom for smaller camping groups that creates greater living space for your time away. Your sure to be impressed with what this tent offers.
3 bedrooms to the rear of the tent with the central pod being a master room. These bedrooms are also versatile due to the Zipped dividers allows you to have 3 x 2-person bedrooms or toggle away the dividers to create an even bigger master room. There is also a 4th bedroom that can be set up in the living area. Bedrooms have storage pockets for small items to help keep them safe and bedroom fabric is made with sleep-tite inner material to help reduce the amount of light coming into your sleeping area.
The living area is very spacious with large windows to let the light flood in and give you good views of your surroundings. Privacy curtains for each window allow you to block everything out as you settle and rise in this tent. These can be toggled away and stored in the handy pockets when not in use. The tops of each window are fitted with fly mesh so you can open the windows to let more air in. There are 2 doors, one at each side of the tent both with fly mesh screen should you wish to open them up. One door also has a small canopy over top to allow you to enter the tent in wet weather without getting the inside of the tent wet. Also, a large roll-to-side front door.
The front of the tent has a vestibule area although this uses a toggled in bathtub groundsheet should you wish to use it. This is an ideal area for cooking and storing some gear during the day.
With light hanging points with cable tidy and 2 cable entry points in the main tent. You are able to have a very homely setup.
Tent skirt (bottom of flysheet) can be pegged out to ensure that any rain or water runs away from the tent.
|Structure||The tent is a 5 beam air tent structure.|
|Guy Lines||The tent comes with pre-attached guy lines which helps to steady the tent in bad weather conditions. Made with high visibility materials.|
|Fabrics||The tent is made of Kampa’s Weathershield Pro 6000 polyester and also has a fully sewn-in groundsheet.|
|Cable Entry||The Studland has 2 cable entry points.|
|Windows||This tent has large windows in both living and vestibule areas to give panoramic views and let lots of light in. All windows come with privacy curtains and sewn in fly mesh tops should you wish to open some windows.|
|Doors||The Studland Air Pro has 2 side doors one of which has a canopy for entering while keeping the rain out. 1 large door at the front of the tent too.|
|Ventilation||Ventilation panels are above each of the windows these panels are of generous size. Guyed out vents also to rear of the tent.|
|Bedrooms||The tent has 3 x 2-person bedrooms to the rear of the tent. Dividers can be toggled away to give larger bedroom areas or make a master bedroom. An extra bedroom can be put up in the living area if needed. The sleep-tite fabric keeps the bedrooms darker than the rest of the tent.|
|Living Area||The Studland Air Pro has a very spacious living area with front vestibule. Lantern hanging points, cable entry, large windows and sewn-in groundsheet.|
Optional Extras: front canopy.
At A Glance
|Pitch Time||25 minutes|
*Please note that price was correct at time of publishing and will be updated on a regular basis.
A fantastic family tent that will allow plenty of room for everyone. Gives fantastic views of the surroundings. Love the fact that climate control and privacy can all be done from inside the tent. So, if the weather changes quickly you can stay warm and dry by not having to venture out.
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