Korum Day Shelter Lite

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Korum Day Shelter Lite

Korum Day Shelter Lite

RRP: £99
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The waterproof nylon Shelter is supplied in a spacious holdall bag and is supplied with two lightweight aluminium tension rods for added support and a separate bag for hardwearing T-pegs. The frame of the shelter is already in place so you don’t need to spend time clipping together the poles and threading them through the shelters material. Verdict– Classic design and superb protection make the Korum Day Session Shelter a firm favourite amongst specimen anglers. Great features and a great price – we like this! In essence, the Korum Pentalite Brolly Fishing Shelter 50 Inch is a marvel in modern angling equipment. It promises superior protection, impressive portability, and ingenious design - all whilst ensuring the comfort and convenience of the angler. It’s worth paying particular attention to the materials as well. For occasional use, a nylon skinned shelter will be fine, but if it’s going to be getting serious amounts of hammer week in week out, then I’d look to pay a little more to get one with a fabric that’s going to last longer. When erect and pegged out, it is incredibly stable. The shelter breaks down to the size of an ordinary brolly, so will fit easily into most quiver style holdalls. Comes complete with carry bag and moulded T-pegs. The Snooper Shelter Lite is a great alternative to the traditional brolly, as the fact it has no internal spokes means there’s lots of internal headroom.

Chub S-Plus Shelter – Lightweight shelters suited to the short stay angler don’t come much better than this The whole point of a day shelter for me is that it’s got to be simple. The more time it takes to set up or break down, the less use it is to me. I want to spend my time fishing and not faffing about with shelters – especially if I need to put it up in a hurry! Thus, it’s important to study how the shelter goes together. Personally, I’d always favour one with a frame that just needs to be opened out and slotted together over one where you have to start threading half a dozen different poles and then locating one end before bending and tensioning the other end to get in it, etc…. no thanks; by the time you’ve finished, you’ll be soaked! The rib design is worth thinking about, too; those with a pram hood design are often stronger and more robust than those using thin poles, especially if the pram hood your looking at comes with tensioning bars which brace between the ribs. Again, weight factors here though; the more robust the shelter, the more it might weigh. So, the only thing left to do is weigh up your requirements and buy one, but we’ve even thought of that too, and have drawn up a few choice selections below….The Korum Pentalite Brolly, drawing from its name, boasts a unique five-spoke design. Its frame, made of robust and lightweight graphite, offers an unparalleled blend of strength and convenience. This superior design innovation ensures the brolly's weight is kept at a minimal 2.2kg (for the shelter alone), making it one of the most lightweight options available on the market. The Perfect windshield, the Korum Day Session Shelter MKII is robust and stable in any conditions, impossible to blow inside out The KorumDay Shelter Lite is smaller and lighter than previous versions, weighing in at just 3.8kg, the ShelterLite is slimline enough to comfortably fit inside your rod bag with room to spare for your landing net pole.

There are a few different styles when it comes to design, and again, choice will depend on how you intend to be using it. Some day shelters are quite low, with good aerodynamics – these, for me, are the shelters best suited to last resort use. They will remain rigid and stable in bad weather, which is great as that’s pretty much the only time you’re going to be using them, but, because they are quite low they won’t offer the best visibility. Day session shelters don’t come much better than the innovative Korum Day Session Shelter MKII. Now updated to offer even greater levels of cover the shelter remains incredibly light yet super strong and easy to set up. If you are after a shelter that’s far more stable than an umbrella and can provide more all round cover, then this is the shelter for you. Korum have also made the shelter slightly wider, which means there is room to get get more gear in while sitting on a chair. Weighing just 3.8kg, the Day Shelter Lite is really light for one with a solid frame. The cover material is still very waterproof but due to its characteristics rolls away in a more compact way than previous models. The thoughtfulness behind the Pentalite Brolly does not stop there. Unlike traditional brollies, Korum has employed an advanced maximum headroom spoke system. This system eschews the central pole typically found in brollies, providing an unimpeded, spacious interior. This remarkable setup offers the ideal blend of space and practicality, ensuring you can focus on your catch without unnecessary distraction.The Chub Snooper Shelter Lite is perfect for short day sessions, or summer overnighters, when a full bivvy system is not required. As such, it’s a great lightweight solution for those who don’t want to get bogged down with heavy shelters and accessories. Korum gear never dissapoints I find - if you want something between a brolly and a full on bivvy this is it! For colder, longer session you can get an addon grounsheet and overwrap (which I will be no doubt buying at some point soon!) The second tension bar acts as a gable and slots into place on the roof of the shelter, again, this is adjustable to increase tension and structure. Once both tension poles are in place the ground pegs can be inserted to ensure your Day Shelter stays anchored to the bank. The flip side is the shelter that stands much taller with a narrower footprint; great for visibility during your session so that you can keep your eye on the water and all that’s going on around you, but it may not be as stable when the bad weather arrives. My experience is that the more stripped out the shelter is (or appears to be) the greater the chance you’ll be okay. The more your day shelter begins to resemble a full on bivvy, the higher the chance somebody is going to come down on you.

The day shelter has come along way in fishing terms. It used to be a case of having to make do with a brolly for day shelters, but they were often inadequate when trying to protect your gear and yourself from the elements. Today, there are countless variations available, loaded with features to aid the short session angler, but which should you choose? The Day Shelter Lite is a super stable shelter offering great protection from the elements on short sessions. It's significantly lighter than any previous models, but has been redesigned to offer more coverage than ever. With all that said, what kind of shelter is best to choose? Well, you need to have a think about your intended use. Is the shelter going to be used as a last resort if the heavens open or the wind whips up into a frenzy, or will you be putting it up most sessions as a sort of chill out shelter, used as part of your normal approach? The Korum Pentalite Brolly is not just about utility but also offers maximum coverage. With its elongated sides, it guarantees excellent shelter from the elements. Its overall dimensions of 150cm height x 210cm width x 180cm depth ensure a comfortable and spacious setup. Despite providing such extensive coverage, the brolly system, inclusive of storm poles and additional accessories, maintains a manageable total weight of 3.5kg.Included with this shelter are two lightweight storm poles, featuring Korum's unique tension peak design. This smart system flexes depending on your chosen shelter height, providing additional stability in unpredictable weather conditions. This makes the Pentalite Brolly an excellent choice for both day sessions and overnighters, especially during the warmer months. Korum understands the importance of adaptability in an angler's equipment, and the Pentalite Brolly is no different. This height-adjustable shelter offers the flexibility to adapt to your environment with the help of multiple pegging point options on the shelter's exterior. This means you have the control to change the height and angle of your shelter, offering superior protection from the elements regardless of your location.

With dimensions of H 1.4m x W 1.95m x D 1.7m, once erected there is ample space for two anglers, ideal if you’re fishing a double peg with a mate, or if your find yourself on a summers night session and you need a lightweight shelter to house your bedchair. Cast your line in ultimate comfort and protection with the Korum Pentalite Brolly Fishing Shelter. This exceptional angling accessory, designed with a unique 5-spoke system, is destined to redefine your outdoor experience with its thoughtful features and superior design.Lastly, it’s worth thinking about size and function. Some shelters are designed primarily as day shelters though are also suited to occasional overnighters, too. These will often have a bigger footprint so as to accommodate a bed chair, so won’t be as light or versatile as a stripped out day only shelter, but could obviously allow you to get more for your money if you could get use out of it as a night shelter, too.



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