How to choose the right tent?

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Easy installation, light weight, wind resistance, water resistance - the requirements that were presented to tents even in ancient Greece. Since then, the shape of these products has not undergone any changes. In addition, tents should be easy to fold and unfold just one person. Several factors need to be considered in order to choose the right design.

Where to begin?

Tents can be universal, but in some situations some designs cope better than others. Any online store of tourist equipment tries to offer both options to the maximum, examples can be found here. For example, for a comfortable holiday in a winter climbing climbing tents for basic underground camps in speleological expeditions will not do. In a kayak trip it is difficult to imagine how you can use hanging tents, platforms for passing rock walls.

Depending on the operating conditions, various requirements come to the fore. For example, an excellent option for sleeping in the summer in the taiga will be gable tents without a frame. Light weight, good impermeability, waterproofing and protection from mosquitoes in this case will become the main requirements. But the frame becomes an indispensable element if a bike tour is organized in the desert. In the folded form, such structures should occupy very little space, have wind resistance and excellent ventilation. If the time is winter, then the requirements are different. Need, for example, and ice screws for fishing. Especially the compactness of the tent is important for those who like to travel alone.

How do we understand next?

A tent with a universal purpose now sells a large number. They differ from each other in value, design tricks, material, form and so on. It is worth noting that most modern models are made in two layers. From the rainfall protects the outer awning, for the drainage of condensate is the space between the inner tent and him.

The main thing is that the fabric of the inner tent and the tent do not touch each other. It is in this place that moisture penetrates inside. Strong and synthetic fabrics often become the basis for the tent. The presence of a waterproof coating becomes mandatory. If the model is cheap, the seams are not processed at all.

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