It’s the ultimate dilemma, whether it’s your bricks and mortar home or your home on wheels. When you run out of space (whether that’s thanks to carrying more stuff or a growing family), do you move up to a bigger model, or add an extension, one like an awning that’s temporary?
A driveaway awning is a freestanding tent extension that connects to your campervan or motorhome. When you want to leave the campsite in your vehicle, simply detach it and drive away, leaving the tent upright and ready for your return.
The driveaway range of awnings from Outwell is no exception, allowing you to increase your living (or sleeping) area as and when you need it.
The latest versions use special air technology instead of traditional poles to hold the awning upright. To pitch, all you need to do is inflate the air tubes is use manual muscle power or a pump. This takes seconds. The air driveaway awning can then be quickly and securely attached to your campervan or motorhome.
Part of a much bigger range of traditional and driveaway awnings, the Outwell Milestone Pro Air is a dome-style inflatable driveaway awning. Features include flexible height attachment, using ipre-angled air tubes of what Outwell calls its Rigid Air System and premium Outtex 3000 fabric. A Rain Safe door offers extra shade and shelter and the large living area, with tinted windows and versatile front door, can hold a multi-position inner tent (an optional extra).
This awning suits campervan-sized vehicles – with attachment heights up to 2.05m high. You also get a carry bag and high-capacity manual pump included.
Some of the optional upgrades from Outwell, tailored to fit its awning range, include carpets for a softer underfoot feel, footprints to help insulate the awning and keep the base of the groundsheet cleaner, inners for sleeping or storage, a choice of two 12V air pump and connector sets.
Head to outwell.com to find out more.