Simple tunnel tent erection. The knuckle-joints which connect the metal side poles and the fibreglass poles that go over the top remain attached to the tent (comes with covers to protect the fabric).
There is good headroom in the living area. It ias a compact space but comfortable enough for two and bright thanks to the large window. The doors have mesh backing for ventilation and there’s a mesh vent above the window. The tent also has storage pockets and a cable-entry point.
The bedroom is good-sized for two – but would just about take three people. There’s loads of headroom in the sleeping pod and storage pockets on both sides. A ventilation panel at the rear addresses moisture issues.
This is a great weekend/touring for a couple. Thanks to the pole system, the walls are near-vertical and as a result the Breton 300 has decent living space and plenty of headroom, making it comfortable to walk around. The bedroom is spacious and again has lots of overhead clearance. The metal/fibrglass pole combination and the front-to-back poles inside, give the tent additional stability.
Packed weight 14kg
Pitching time 15 minutes
Packed size 69 x 30 x 30cm
Materials Outer Polyester Poles Steel/fibreglass
Waterproof (hydrostatic head) 6,000mm