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Description

The Vango Groundsheet Protector is designed to protect the tent groundsheet from stones, thorns or other items which may cause damage. Shaped to the footprint of each tent in the Vango trekking range, the Groundsheet Protector is an invaluable addition to extend the life of your tent. In addition, the locking clips secure the footprint to each tent ensuring the groundsheet stays perfectly clean.

  • Marks out intended pitching position. Easy to move about before rolling tent out to pitch
  • Protects the groundsheet of your tent from stones, thorns and other hazards
  • Keeps tent groundsheet clean – Easier to pack up camp and saves cleaning tent
  • Folds away into compact carry bag – Easy to transport and helps to keep tent clean
  • Uses 70D 6000mm polyester that is waterproof, durable, reliable and is easy to clean

Suitable for the following:

  • Tryfan 200

Vango Groundsheet Protector- Tryfan 200

£23.47

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Vango Groundsheet Protector- Tryfan 200

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