Freestanding structure. Simple to pitch with poles.
120 X 200 cm bedroom compartment.
Maximum useful height: 105 cm.
Size of the bag: 57x12x12 cm / 8.2 L. Weight: 2.6 kg.
Ventilation, mosquito net doors & Fresh & Black fabric for a good night's sleep.
Patented FRESH & BLACK outer fabric: 99% darkness even in full daylight.
Wind resistant 40 km/h (Force 5): certified in wind tunnel with turntable.
Test under a shower of 200 mm of water/hour/sqm (tropical rain) and field tests.
Classic dome structure: Fit the poles on the inner tent, then attach the flysheet over it.
Reverse the process to take it down.
We recommend you use the tent with the self-inflating or trekking mattress measuring 60 cm maximum.
We do not recommend the use of inflating mattresses over 6 cm height in this tent due the reduction in living space and resistance to condensation.
2 ventilations at the top, 2 inside doors with mesh on the top, space between the flysheet and ground all around the tent: to enable air to circulate between the room and the flysheet, to renew the air and limit the natural phenomena of condensation. Fresh concept to reduce the heat from the sun.
All Quechua tents are validated in a laboratory (whole tent under 200 L/sqm/h for 4 hours), as well as in the field.
(2000mm PU-coated polyester fly sheet, 120g/sqm polyethylene groundsheet, all seams sealed using thermobonded tape). A breathable polyester inner room under the flysheet means you aren't in contact with the condensation that forms naturally on the inside of the flysheet.
Resistance to wind
We test all out tents in a wind tunnel on a turntable to expose each side to the wind. A properly pitched tent with all guy ropes fitted around the tent must remain habitable in wind speeds up to 40 km/h near the ground (Force 5).
A score for comparing products’ environmental impact
The product's environmental impact is calculated over its entire life cycle, using various indicators. A rating from A to E is given to help you easily identify products with the best environmental performance by comparing and contrasting products of the same type (T-shirts, trousers, backpacks).
Decathlon actively promotes this environmental rating initiative. For more information: http://sustainability.decathlon.com/
Warranty / After-sales service
As designers and users who love our field, we care about the durability of our products, which is why all our tents are designed to be repairable.
Spare parts and pole repairs are available from your Decathlon workshop or on our website, at the following address:
If you encounter a problem, have your tent looked at in your nearest Decathlon shop.
The product contains:
- 1 bedroom compartment
- 1 waterproof flysheet
- 10 pegs
- 4 guy ropes
- 1 bag
I went camping in North Wales at the weekend and this is the first time I've used the tent.
The Tent zip ended up coming off and there was nick in the plastic. My tent ended leaking which ruined my weekend and a few of my belongings I had throw away. Very poor item.
Great for Festivals
Used for 7 to 12 months
I bought this tent for a festival over August BH weekend in 2019. Was 30 degrees plus all weekend but I was kept cool and calm in my tent. Slept through until 10:30 most days as well without being woken up by the light or by being shallow fried in the baking summer sun. Used for 4 days, went up easy enough and down again just as easy. 100% would recommend for festival usage. Not sure how water tight it was though as it was beautiful all weekend.
Compelled to review
Used for 1 week or less
Purchased due to wanting a decent sized tent for solo trips out that wouldn't break the bank or my back with weight.
This jumped out. Affordable with good reviews I took it with me to Snowdonia 22nd March 2020 lovely day, no rain so can't comment on water rightness. I set up on the east facing side of Tryfan about 400/500m. I do have some pros and cons
*Good weight, and managed to store in on my +litre section of my bag
*Blackout worked a treat, however you could still see light under the flysheet and through the vents at the top
*Goes up quickly
*The storage bag is shocking. Why not add a draw string to it to avoid anything falling out?! It Alos ripped after first use which was disappointing
*Not the best insulated tent. I was quite exposed and Temps dropped to about -3 and you felt it in the tent I woke to a bit of frost on my boots
*The wind resistance is shocking. I was battered on and off through the night and it did nothing but blow in to the point that the inner sheet was just pushing against my face and a draft blowing under and over the flysheet. It did hold the night but was still standing the following morning.
*Did feel small length wise. I'm 184cm and could touch both ends with a stretch.
All in all, not bad for the price but needs some improvement