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OZtrail Mitchell Expedition Single Swag

Latest review: The Mitchell line of swags were renamed and changed slightly somewhere in 2016/2017. The Expedition has a waterproof PVC base instead of canvas in the previous model. It comes with a 5cm thick foam


AOS Tracker Dome

Latest review: I wanted to upgrade my 15 year old single swag (Ozzie) made. I now live in QLD and wanted a swag with good ventilation did some research and found some good reviews on the AOS. I bought the double


Kulkyne Double Homestead HSTSS

Latest review: We have had this swag for over 9 months now and I cannot extol the virtues of it enough. Comfy, easy to set up/ take down, sturdy, compact when packed away, and suitable for all weather


Darche King Tourer

Latest review: Purcahsed one week ago , Black with Orange poles ,, 2150mm x 1100mm weight 8 kgs approx 3 pole system works well , heaps of room within , managed to get dressed in the morning whilst still inside


Moondyne Contrail Apex

Latest review: Really have enjoyed using this Swag! Purchased 3 months ago and used 4WD Camping extensively in WA. Must be a new brand as I haven't heard of Moondyne before, though the Swag seems really well


Kulkyne King Single

Latest review: Have two of these swags for the kids, the Green for our son and Pink Camo for our Daughter. Really nice looking swags and set up quickly. Waterproofing is really good, big flyscreen windows, PVC tub


Burke & Wills Coolabah

Latest review: I've owned this swag for close to 10 years. Have dragged it on every 4wd trip I've done and carried it half way around Australia. It was always reliable and a great nights sleep. Tough as nails and


OZTrail Mitchell

Latest review: It was my first stay in a swag. I've done a lot of camping, just never in a swag. The Mitchell is easy to unroll and construct, with three aluminium arches that are inserted in the swag and the use


Burke & Wills Biker

Latest review: ive been using this swag for a year now and i have slept in it for about 60-70% of the year, and still no signs of wear. ideal for the tough camper who wont mind having the canvas on your face/ body.


Backpack Bed for Homeless

Latest review: I do a bit of charity work and have spoken to rough sleepers who use these swags and they swear by them. I've even handed some out. The design and build is for rough sleepers not campers. I've given


Darche Calibre

Latest review: I purchased this swag online for a eBay camping store, but it did not meet my expectations so I had to sell this swag. The swag was too light for my


Roman Breakaway

Latest review: The Bows broke at the connection joins and were replaced, A lump of excess glue in the jointer also only allowed a small penetration of the yellow bow. a second break of the yellow bow rod has also


OZtrail Wentworth

Latest review: I think the picture on the box is misleading. It appears to be so rigid and hold great shape. In reality the centre sags, i have to camp under something to tie and lift centre of swag up. Definately


Darche Ridgedome

Latest review: I recently purchased a Darche Ridgedome, made in China. I would give it a 1/5 rating. * They are too mean to put eyelets in the window flaps. * The ridgepole supports the tent in one place which