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Sea to Summit presents the Telos TR3 tent. Part of their superb backpacking series, this three-person model is as comfortable as it is versatile. Crucial to this is the Tension Ridge (TR) system; its architecture makes all the difference. Angling upwards, it creates a higher ceiling, wider doorways and achieves superior climate control.An Apex Vent at the top and Baseline Vent at the floor work together, optimising airflow and preventing condensation build-up. At night, you can transform the tent pole stuff sack into a lightbar. Add your head torch to create a light-diffusing lamp that secures to the ceiling.Helping you make the most of every outdoor opportunity, the Telos TR3 has six ways to set it up. On hot, dry days, pitch without the flysheet and enjoy the view. In Hangout Mode, the flysheet converts to a semi-open shelter to give some reliable shade. [Full Details]
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From Ellis Brigham
Campsite field or festival ground, the Alpha 300 tent will have you camping like a pro. A three-person tent with a generous porch, there's plenty of room for your gear. The Gothic Arch structure increases headroom, and Diamond Clear windows let you keep an eye on the weather. Inside, storage pockets and lantern hanging points make it easy to create a comfortable sleeping space.Part of Vangoâ€™s earth Collection, the Alpha 300 has a Sentinel eco flysheet. Made from single-use plastic, the recycled fabric is more sustainable. Durable, waterproof, and UV resistant, the material stands up well to our UK summers! [Full Details]
3 Person Tents Buyers Guide
Three person tents are ideal for 3 people without bags, or two people with plenty of room for bags. Some of them may even have porch space so that 3 people can fit with their bags.
Think about the construction if the tent is likely to be used in anything harsher than a good summer night. The larger the Hydrostatic Head (HH or mmHH) the more water resistant and longer lasting it should be. Dome tents and geodesic tents will be much more resistant to wind than tunnel shaped or ridge tents.