For wherever you and your family go, Vango makes inch of the outdoors your playground. Vango have been designing and manufacturing equipment at the forefront of the innovation for over fifty years, and for 2019 there focus was centred around the consumers needs of durable fabrics, functional living space and accessibility and design.
Fabric innovation was a key development area in which Vango wanted to improve on for 2019. Their research and development has resulted in the introduction and updating of five fabrics will beat the element come rain or shine.
When the pack size and weight are the key influencers in choosing your tent, Vango specifically designed Sentinel Active fabric will surpass all your needs. Sentinel Active is strong, whilst being waterproof to 3000mm HH rating, ensuring great quality and performance couple with compact pack size.
Vango new Sentinel Dura has been developed to create a fabric with improving performance without the additional unnecessary weight. The introduction of the new ColourLok technology and 30% increase in strength, compares to Vangos Sentinel Active fabric , couple with a 4000mm HH waterproof rating, and guarantees market leading quality performance.
Sentinel Signature combines the leading properties of both cotton and polyester to create a feature rich polycotton fabric. Key amongst these are breathability to increase comfort and its easy to maintain nature. The softness of the cotton and the dense weaves ensure that light and noise are reduced. Sentinel signature is a high-quality fabric that is luxurious to touch and robust and durable enough for any holiday.
Vango Sentinel Pro fabric is designed for the dedicated camper who embarks on several trips a year, often for extended breaks. The blend of fibres and the double rip stop construction is 245% stronger than there entry level Sentinel Active fabrics, ensuring longevity to UV fading. Vango Sentinel Pro is extremely waterproof with a 6000mm HH rating, and will perform in all weather conditions
Hopefully you're already aware that carbon monoxide gas is extremely dangerous. Recent TV campaigns have highlighted the risks of poorly serviced boilers and gas cookers in the home, but what you might not have realised is that carbon monoxide is a danger when you're camping too.