New 2022 Robens Tents

Robens has a great range of tents again this year. Check out our latest video.

I love Robens tents and camping gear. It really appeals to my inner adventurer.

This year I was fortunate enough to visit the 2022 season launch for Robens, and, once again, they have a great range of tents for adventure campers and families wanting to camp with something a little bit different.

Video Contents

Here are some links to the different tents and items in our video.

  • Robens Klondike Grande 0:16
  • Robens Denali Stove 0:27
  • Robens Klondie S 1:33
  • Robens Prospector Shanty 2:52
  • Robens Prospector Castle 4:11
  • Robens Kobuk Stove 5:34
  • Robens Yukon Shelter 6:24
  • Robens Chinook Ursa PRS 7:35
  • Lots of Robens Camping Accessories 10:00
  • Robens Eagle Rock 6+2XP 11:28
  • New Robens Hamock Camping Set 16:52
  • Robens Green Cone 19:28

More Family Adventure Tents

Robens tents for those with a spirit of adventure
Robens tents for those with a spirit of adventure – Photo Credit: © Robens

Once again, the Robens Outback collection excels.

You get traditional-style polycotton tents, but with all the advantages of modern lightweight fabrics.

The number of family-sized tents in this range this year is impressive. So for a family that wants a little bit more adventure, you can choose from tipi style tents like the Robens Chinook Ursa or the Robens Klondike Grande. Both of these tents can use either the Robens Denali or Robens Kobuk stoves.

If you fancy something a little bit smaller, check out the new Robens Klondike S.

In the woods with the Robens Klondike S Tent - Photo © Robens
In the woods with the Robens Klondike S Tent – Photo © Robens

And if you want more traditional shaped tents, there are the Robens Prospector tents. The Robens Prospector Shanty is the smaller version, but if you want to go big, then there’s the Robens Prospector Castle.

Stove and not Polycotton

If you prefer a tent with lighter polyester material, but still want the option of a wood-burning stove like the Robens Kobuk or Robens Denali, then check out the Robens Chinook Ursa PRS.

Robens have taken their fantastic polycotton tent and created a polyester version, complete with a stove port. So now you can enjoy this great tent with a light and small pack size.

Camping with the Robens Chinook Ursa PRS tent - Photo © Robens
Camping with the Robens Chinook Ursa PRS tent – Photo © Robens

And the no tent option?

Last year Robens introduced a hammock into their range.

This year, you can now get a Robens Trace Ultimate Hammock Set, complete with hammock, bug mesh, and tarp. If you’ve always wanted to try this type of camping, this is a great set to get started.

Robens Trace Ultimate Hammock Set
Robens Trace Ultimate Hammock Set – Photo © Robens
Try a different style of camping, with the Robens Trace Ultimate Hammock Set - Photo © Robens
Try a different style of camping, with the Robens Trace Ultimate Hammock Set – Photo © Robens

More coming soon

Stay tuned for more videos and tent reviews coming soon.


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Father to 3 kids, who loves getting out and about (hiking, running, camping, cycling, canoeing...) Co-founded Get Out With The Kids to help other parents enjoy the outdoors with their family.

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