08
Mar-2019

BlackWolf Sombra Shelter

Renowned for engineering some of the world’s most durable and reliable camping gear, BlackWolf is proud to be launching the Sombra Shelter—built to last, adventure after adventure.

With a heavy duty canopy that boasts a UPF 50+ sun protection rating, BlackWolf’s latest innovation offers much-needed shade under the harsh Aussie sun, and even shelter in unpredictable weather conditions.

While the BlackWolf Sombra Shelter provides campers with a premium space to relax after a long day in the outdoors, its core purpose is to aid in the prevention of sunburn, ageing skin and harmful melanomas. The UPF 50+ sun protection rating in the canopy’s fabric allows for increased airflow while blocking 98% of harmful ultraviolet rays to keep everyone sun safe when basking in the great outdoors.

Made tough and practical for modern adventurers, BlackWolf’s new 150D polyester camping canopy is coupled with a 2,000mm waterhead rating, ensuring you stay dry even on the rainiest of days. For extra sun and weather protection, an additional side panel is available for purchase.

For strength and sturdiness in the face of windy conditions, the Sombra Shelter is fortified by BlackWolf’s custom 19mm Tuff steel poles. Amongst the most heavy duty on the outdoor market, the Tuff steel poles provide a practically unshakeable frame, ensuring the shelter maintains its structure and endures against wild weather.

Quick to assemble thanks to the easy pitching guide and packing down to a convenient, compact size, BlackWolf’s new camping canopy is available in two sizes to provide up to 20sqm of shade. As the latest innovation on the adventure market, the Sombra Shelter is a must-have for those looking to explore the best of nature in sun, wind or water.

BlackWolf Sombra Shelter 300 RRP $399.99

BlackWolf Sombra Shelter 450 RRP $499.99

For more visitwww.blackwolf.com.au

Jo Easterbrook

About Jo Easterbrook

Jo Easterbrook is a wife and mother to two, who enjoys travelling where fishing is involved. Having lived in remote Gove in the Northern Territory, Jo has experienced some of the best Australia's wilderness has to offer.

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