Outwell 2016 Inflatable Tent Models Explained

2016 welcomes many new developments in Outwell Inflatable Tents, known as ‘air tents’, with more features, innovation and models than ever before.

We also see the introduction of a lot of new suffixes – combinations of letters added to the end of the model name – to denote the different types of tent and inflation method on display. These may initially seem a little confusing, but don’t worry, they’re really quite simple.

So, if you don’t know your ATC from your SA. If you’re wondering what they all mean just take a look below:

Outwell Tent Collection

Models

SATC – Outwell Smart Air Technical Cotton

  • Inflatable tents using single inflation point (Outwell Advanced Air Tube System)
  • Outwell Outtex Airtech polycotton fabric (65% cotton/ 35% polyester).
  • Full-featured larger family tents

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Concorde 5SATC

Montana 6SATC

Harrier 6SATC

 

ATC – Outwell Air Technical Cotton

  • Inflatable tents using multiple inflation points (Outwell Power Air Tube System)
  • Outwell Outtex Airtech polycotton fabric (65% polyester / 35% cotton).
  • Easy-erect family tents

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Alamosa 6ATC

Flagstaff 4ATC

Roswell 5ATC

SA – Outwell Smart Air Polyester

  • Inflatable tents using single inflation point (Outwell Advanced Air Tube System)
  • Outtex 6000 hydrostatic head polyester fabric.
  • Spacious tents for larger families

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Tomcat 5SA

Hornet 6SA

Montana 6SA

Vermont 7SA

AC – Outwell Air Comfort

  • Inflatable tents using multiple inflation points (Outwell Power Air Tube System)
  • Outwell Outtex 5000 hydrostatic head embossed polyester fabric.
  • Spacious tents for larger families.

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Cruiser 6AC

Montana 6AC

Corvette 7AC

Concorde 10AC

 

A – Outwell Air Polyester

  • Inflatable tents using single inflation point (Rigid Air System)
  • Outtex 4000 hydrostatic head polyester flysheet.
  • Spacious tents for larger families

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Flagstaff 5A

Flagstaff 6A

Roswell 5A

Roswell 6A

Points to remember:

  1. There are a range of different name types for the tent models, which may seem confusing, but are actually quite simple and self explanatory.
  2. The main differences to consider in these inflatable tents is whether they are ‘Smart Air’ – where all tubes inflate from one point, or whether they aren’t and you have to inflate each tube individually. Smart Air, of course, makes for the quickest and most convenient way to pitch your tent.
  3. Inflatable tents are either made of polycotton or polyester. Polycotton tents retain a more comfortable internal climate and are stronger and more durable. Polyester tents are lighter in weight and more affordable.

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