Darche Steel Calibre 1400 Double Dome Swag
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Darche revolutionised the swag market when they introduced the Dome style swag over 20 years ago. An authentic Australian brand known for superior quality products, they have extended their range to include sleeping bags, outdoor furniture and gear, in addition to the swag and tent ranges. Darche products are designed for camping, 4x4 touring, fishing and hunting, and are tried and tested by people who live and breathe these activities.
Designed to withstand harsh Aussie conditions, the Steel range of swags will keep you comfortable all year round, no matter where you camp. The Steel swags are feature packed with proofed poly/cotton ripstop canvas, heavy duty wateproof PVC bucket floor and 50mm high-density covered foam matresss.
As part of the Darche Steel series, the Calibre Double Dome Swag was designed with the hunter, fisherman or the 4x4 tourer in mind. This great all weather swag has generous space within and the zippered storm cover protects you when the weather is not on your side. The heavy duty PVC base and 400gsm poly/cotton ripstop canvas gives the swag its durability and toughness. The 800mm head height and 50mm mattress keeps you comfortable. Perfect for Motorcycle touring, general camping, hunting & fishing trips, 4x4 touring.
- Half-length zip on storm cover
- Unique black anodized alloy poles
- Zip down dome wall with fine insect mesh
- Gear pockets
- 50mm covered high density foam mattress
- 3-hoop design
- Ultra-fine insect screen
- 400gsm proofed poly/cotton ripstop canvas
- Heavy duty PVC bucket floor
- No.10 easy action zips
- Pole repair sleeve included
Dimensions: 2150mm x 1400mm (800mm head height)
Boxed Dimensions: 141 x 25 x 26cm
Mattress: 50mm high density foam mattress
Upper Material: 400gsm proofed poly/cotton ripstop canvas
Floor Material: Heavy duty PVC bucket floor
12 month manufacturer's warranty
Reviews of Darche Steel Calibre 1400 Double Dome Swag
Darche Steel Calibre 1400 Double Dome Swag(5) By: Chantell on 16 October 2016