Last year was a great year for Vango, their mightily popular tents mostly sold out across Europe and the UK within the first three months of the camping season. Producing every type of tent, from adventure and mountain tents to family camping tents, Vango have become one of the finest manufacturers in the tents industry. The 2009 camping season saw a shortfall in supply as demand soared sue to the economic crisis as more and more people stayed in the UK and went camping due to poor exchange rates. Here at OutdoorWorldDirect.co.uk, we stock a large range of Vango tents and the new ranges of 2010 tents are now in stock and have many early offers on them.
Online PR News – 07-January-2010 – – History of Vango tents
Vango was founded over forty years ago by Andrew Mitchell with a vision of producing high quality tents for use in extreme conditions. Force 10 was the original branding that created the durable and dependable mountain tents used in many of the early mountain exploration expeditions.
Vango however, grew massively at the turn of the century creating all styles and forms of tents from adventure tents, mountain tents and most popularly, family camping tents. The family tent market has exploded in recent years and a few key brands such as Vango, Coleman, Outwell and Gelert have been at the forefront of innovation, creating new dynamic and versatile tents that enhance the comfort of your camping holiday. Such popular names as the Vango Diablo and Colorado have created massive following of family campers, all loyal to the brand due to the quality and precision of manufacturing. Many of the modern camping equipment technologies have been embedded into their tents and patented, such as the Protex waterproof flysheet and the TBS Pro stability system which enhances the strength and stability of any Vango tent in adverse weather conditions.
New Ranges of Tents
Naturally, most people want to know what’s new about the 2010 range of vango tents and the answer is very little when compared with the overhaul the range has had in recent years. There are a few new ranges of tents which include the following:
Eco tents – a range of clever tents designed from recycled materials, designed for those with a conscience and those that are monitoring their carbon footprints. This range includes a pop up tent, a family tent and an adventure tent.
Technical family tents – similar to Robens range of Dreamer tents, Vango have created a range of Vango Nevis tents which are technical design tents embedding top class technology such as alloy poles and hydrostatic heads of up to 5000mm on the tent flysheet.
Continuity of Vango Tents
The new camping season beckons and Vango have not really made wholesale changes to their already successful collection of tents. Popular lines in the family camping tents collection continue on for 2010 with marked improvements been made to the designs. The new Vango Orchy range of tents sees a totally new pole system with a full brow pole now inserted to add strength to the dome structure of the tent. Additionally, the vango tigris 600 and 800 have been created in distinctive colours of smoke/ocean which are friendlier colour ways than previous models. There are some new ranges of tents added to the adventure and mountain ranges of tents which just add a bit more style and choice to these already popular ranges. The Zetes sees a 4 man version in the Vango Zetes 400 enter the range and the Vango Icarus collection has two new tents within its range.
Vango faces a lot of competition for 2010, with rival tent brands such as Coleman, Outwell, Easy Camp and Gelert getting stronger and launching their own versions of the Vango Icarus 500, they really have their work out to clinch market leader status in 2010. However, Vango have managed to get good stock supplies into the country as early as December 2009 which has helped them grab any of the earlier sales from campers already planning their 2010 camping trips. OutdoorWorldDirect already has a large range of the Vango 2010 collection of tents in stock.