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Belgian 2-Person Tent, A-Frame w. Jigsaw Camo Flysheet, Surplus
Belgian 2-Person Tent, A-Frame w. Jigsaw Camo Flysheet, Surplus.
Belgian 2-Person Tent, A-Frame w. Jigsaw Camo Flysheet, Surplus. Works as a lighter shelter without the flysheet.
Works as a lighter shelter without the flysheet.
Belgian 2-Person Tent, A-Frame w. Jigsaw Camo Flysheet, Surplus. Entrance and vestibule in the other end.
Entrance and vestibule in the other end.
Belgian 2-Person Tent, A-Frame w. Jigsaw Camo Flysheet, Surplus. The ridge slopes towards the end of the tent.
The ridge slopes towards the end of the tent.
Belgian 2-Person Tent, A-Frame w. Jigsaw Camo Flysheet, Surplus. The photoshoot sample had a tear like this. Prepare for sewing and taping, this is the nature of this item.
The photoshoot sample had a tear like this. Prepare for sewing and taping, this is the nature of this item.
Belgian 2-Person Tent, A-Frame w. Jigsaw Camo Flysheet, Surplus. Elastic loops are used to secure the tent to the stakes.
Elastic loops are used to secure the tent to the stakes.
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Belgian 2-Person Tent, A-Frame w. Jigsaw Camo Flysheet, Surplus

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The Belgians, again. If you think the usual way of doing things is boring, look at this tent as an example of a mindset out of the box in the heart of Europe.

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Belgian 2-Person Tent, A-Frame w. Jigsaw Camo Flysheet, Surplus.
Belgian 2-Person Tent, A-Frame w. Jigsaw Camo Flysheet, Surplus. Works as a lighter shelter without the flysheet.
Belgian 2-Person Tent, A-Frame w. Jigsaw Camo Flysheet, Surplus. Entrance and vestibule in the other end.
Belgian 2-Person Tent, A-Frame w. Jigsaw Camo Flysheet, Surplus. The ridge slopes towards the end of the tent.
Belgian 2-Person Tent, A-Frame w. Jigsaw Camo Flysheet, Surplus. The photoshoot sample had a tear like this. Prepare for sewing and taping, this is the nature of this item.
Belgian 2-Person Tent, A-Frame w. Jigsaw Camo Flysheet, Surplus. Elastic loops are used to secure the tent to the stakes.

The Belgians, again. If you think the usual way of doing things is boring, look at this tent as an example of a mindset out of the box in the heart of Europe.

This unusual tent shaped like a traditional A-tent, almost stands on its own like a dome tent, and has a vestibule like tunnel tents usually have. Does it combine the best of all worlds? Not necessarily. Maybe they had their reasons or someone spiked the drinks of the design committee, who knows.

Features

The core of the tent is the inner tent which is pitched on two aluminum poles. One is taller than the other to give more space near the entrance. Instead of having to pull a ridgeline taut, there's a third tube from one tip to another. Put five pegs in the ground to tighten the fabric and the tent stands in its simplest form, offering a comfy shelter from insects, light and cool breezes.

The fabric is rather dense so if you have a habit of waking up in a brightly lit tent, you'll like this one. The tent floor is a similar material to plastic tarps and Ikea bags: waterproof, fairly light, and very durable.

The flysheet is made from ripstop nylon with a Jigsaw camo pattern. It used to be waterproof for sure but is likely to require some maintenance such as sewing, taping, and treating with waterproofers, if you're after perfect waterproofness.

The aluminum pegs have a reinforcement ridge and width which makes them suitable for soft and sandy soil. Pitching the tent involves no knots, all attachment points have ready-made elastic loops. The elastics are worn with age but easily replaced thanks to the snap-fastening tab closures on the tent.

Dimensions and weight

The tent with all its accessories has some weight to it, about 4.6 kg or 10 pounds. However, weight can be saved by omitting things you perhaps don't need or making a switcheroo with lighter weight options.

  • Inner tent and floor: 1.9 kg (4.2 lbs)
  • Flysheet: 1 kg (2.2 lbs)
  • Poles: 0.73 kg (1.6 lbs)
  • Stakes (25 pcs): 1 kg (2.2 lbs)
  • Living space:
    • 220 x 130 cm / 86.5" x 51" floor
    • 115 to 75 cm / 45.5" to 29.5" top ridge
  • 90 cm / 35.5" long vestibule with 125 cm / 49" sides

Belgian army surplus

These have been used by soldiers in the field. Stakes may need some straightening, elastics may be worn and you should also prepare to sew and tape some holes in the fabrics.

The rough condition reflects hard use rather than a flimsy item. If you're prepared to make some fixes, this tent will prove to be a solid companion on your trips for a long time to come.

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18.11.2021
When I open up package was really surprised with the condition of this Belgium two man tent, apart from a few bits of grass inside the inner tent the tent and flysheet seemed like brand new, tent poles and pegs are solid,elastic tension are in great condition, no holes in flysheet, groundsheet or inner tent ,so I would recommend the tent from these guys fantastic service ,will definitely buy from these guys again
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20.12.2021
Tähän hintaan erinomainen teltta.
Kunto oli hyvä ja kiiloja mukana huomattavasti enemmän, kuin tarpeen.
Pari yötä pakkasilla tullut oltua nyt sillä.
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29.04.2022
I was lucky enough to buy one that had very little use and the flysheet had never been used...I will replace the rubber bands and I have sprayed it with Fabsil only for my own vanity no other reason...I now have the tent at long last and its perfect for stealth camping despite the pattern of the fly sheet in fact it blends in with the woods perfectly...I am now looking out for the ZIG SAW HOOPED BIVI if anyone can help point me in the right direction please...Well done Varusteleka I will shop again...................................
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02.01.2023
Unfortunately, they are out of stock of this hard to find item. I managed to get one, and am leaving a review for reference. I have the dome type of this tent and it's awesome (thanks Varusteleka.com), so I had to get this version. Set up was easy once I figured out the poles. The front pole is 3 sections, the rear is 2 sections and the top pole is slightly larger diameter and is 5 sections with flats on the end for the upright poles to go thru. The floor is a polyethelene tarp-type material and the walls are a thin polyester type material. The fly is a heavier nylon ripstop and does the job. There's enough room for 2 people, but it will be tight. There is only one door and it's in front and is an inverted "T" type full screen with 3 zippers. The rear has a small triangle mesh vent in one of the upper corners. The flysheet makes up the cover for the door and has a zipper down the middle to give a small vestibule to put boots or small pack/gear under it. I had it up in rain all day, and it was completely dry inside. Overall, I would recommend this for 3 season use. I wouldn't use it in winter due to the fact the door is only mesh and the flysheet acts as it's cover. Wind could get in and make it a bit chilly.
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Bob E. 02.01.2023
I am surprised that the Belgian Military did not put a zip-in door on this tent. Anyone know why? The only reason I can think of is that it may have been a "Mild Weather" only issue shelter?
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