Description With 2 Person Sleeping Pod An air awning specifically designed with the campervan in mind, the Maypole Air Driveaway Campervan awning perfectly suits vans and conversions up to a height of 210cm and comes with a dual 4mm/6mm beading to suit both common sizes of awning rail or canopy. In an all-weather 150 Denier Oxford polyester material UV rated to a 30+ SPF and with a 3000mm hydrostatic head and fully taped waterproof seams, the awning is both protected and protects you against the elements in normal weather conditions . Inner Tent 2 Berth Inner Tent For MP9516 Air Driveaway Awning with a sewn in waterproof PE groundsheet 2 Berth clip in inner tent A quick and easy way to create a sleeping space Compatible with the Air Drive-Away Awning (MP9516) 190T Breathable polyester material 2 fully zipped door panels H 190cm x L 122cm x W 270cm . Specification How to attach the Awning to your campervan: The best way to attach the awning is by threading the beading on the tunnel into the awning rail or the Guttering using the Figure of Eight attachment. If your campervan does not have either of these, there are straps included which go over the top of the vehicle, either side of a pop-up roof if you have one, and peg down the other side. Figure of eight Attachment Drive away kits: 4-6mm 6-6mm Will fit: All campervans between a height of 180cm and 210cm Colour: Black & Grey Height (cm): 210cm (82.6”) Length (cm): 370cm (145.6”) Width (cm): 310cm (122.0”) Packed dimensions (cm): 82cm x 37cm x 37cm (32.3” x 14.6” x 14.6”) Weight (kg): 21kg Hydrostatic Head: 3,000mm H/H Material: 150D Oxford Sewn in groundsheet: Yes Awning Beading: 6mm and 4mm Poles: Reinforced TPU Inflatable Beams Canopy poles: No Number of doors: 3 Windows: 4 Pitching time: 15 Minutes Bedroom inner tent: Yes ( Optional Extra ) Standing room: Yes Pegs included: Yes Pump Included: Yes Carpet available: No Footprint groundsheet available: No Be aware that Condensation is always a potential issue in all tents and awnings. Tents and Awnings, such as this one with Air Beams – which are full of cold air – are more prone to condensation due the warm air inside reacting on the cold air of the beams. This will appear as small pools of water around the base of the beams. This isn’t water from outside but inside. We do all we can to minimise this by putting in lots of ventilation but there is more you can do to prevent condensation. See our guide here.