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Awning Size Guide


The Kensington Touring Air Awning is made from quality SR17 climatech material and has the design of a traditional awning yet the convienience and speed of an air awning.

The panoramic windows at the front can be rolled back as extra wide doors or used veranda style. The single inflation point makes assembly quick and easy so you can spend more time enjoying your holiday.

If you need more space you can add an optional annex to either side of the awning. Ideal for storage or sleeping with the addition of an optional inner tent.

Storm Straps are recommended to be used at all times.


Single inflation point and 3 deflation points, half mesh window on one side for extra ventilation, Draught Skirt, Wheel Arch Cover, Curtains, Heavy Duty Nylon Pegs, Ladder Bands, Canopy Poles, Canvas Holdall Bag.

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Sizes: Available in sizes 6 to 21

Depth: 240cm

Colour: Dark Grey/Light Grey

Roof Material: Climatech SR18 all Season Coated Polyester

Wall Material: Climatech SR17 Coated Polyester

Front Panels: All panels can be rolled down or zipped out.

Side Panels: Both panels can be rolled down or zipped out.


Easy Air Frame Tubes with Single Inflation Point and Multiple deflation Points.

Size 10-14 have 2 extra inflatable roof support bar and 2 extra front alloy legs.

Size 15 - 21 have 4 extra inflatable roof support bar and 4 extra front alloy legs.

How to measure for the size of your awning

How to measure for the size of your awning

  1. 1. Ensure your caravan is on a level standing.
  2. 2. Get a piece of string or tape measure. Using the string/tape measure, measure from front ground level around the awning rail and back down to the ground level at the back. Take the measurements in centimeters.