Large tunnel tent with two entries and two vestibules for 4-seasons. MIL Patrol Camp is the most versatile tunnel tent in our MIL-series. A tall inner tent is valuable comfort if you are weather bound, and on trips where you generally spend lots of time inside the tent.
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With two entrances and two vestibules you ensure that one entrance is always is sheltered from wind. It also provides the flexibility of storing luggage in one room and to cook in another. The vestibules can also be separated for some more privacy on longer trips. MIL Patrol Camp has a construction especially meant to withstand strong winds. The flysheet har a tear strength of 20 kg, making it one of the most durable in the market. This, combined with storm flaps, many pegs and guy lines makes MIL Patrol a safe shelter. As on all our MIL tents, MIL Patrol Camp comes equipped to handle double poles for added security during extreme winds.
- Inner tent with 360° zipper opening and mesh
- Mesh gear loft
- Storm flaps
- The pole channels and pole cups are dimensioned for both one and two poles
- The Helsport AirFlow II® ventilation system ensure more fresh air, better quality sleep and increased air circulation which reduces condensation
- Unique internal pole channel system that provide better wind stability and less vibration/noise in windy conditions
- Extra strong guy lines and reinforced guy points.
- Several double guy points and combined guy lines. This reduces the number of pegs needed, and makes it easier to pitch the tent. To get an even distribution of force on the guy points the guy lines are connected through rings.
- Guy-line points with integrated elastic webbing to collect and prevent the guy lines from getting entangled
In 1970, Helsport launched the world’s first tunnel tent, just one example of the innovative products from this family owned company. The brand focus is on high quality and lightweight mountaineering products. Helsport was started in 1951, in Trondheim, Norway and has since equipped hundreds of expeditions all over the world.