How to Choose a Tent for Camping

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How to Choose a Tent for Camping

When looking at online shop or ask in store for equipment tent has two main attributes from which to begin your selection. The first is what will be used tent. This determines whether it is one or two-layer, lightweight or more “goodies” and so on.

Note that if you use it for treks, she must weigh a minimum, but should be as ready for extreme conditions in the mountains.

If you are looking for camping tent, usually it off at the campsite directly from the car and the weight does not matter. For children to play, a place for an afternoon nap or “store” for food or fishing gear you do not need a tent with high protection against water and more than one layer. Tents are not weigh much, but are single or with a specific shape that is slightly uncomfortable to wear in transition.

The second criterion is vmestimosta tent – or how many people sleep in it. Mainly divided into a local – solo tents, super lightweight and small. Double – for two plus luggage – ideal for several day hikes as it does not weigh much.

Three – four local – more useful for camping and camp – you can always distribute the elements of the tent between backpacks and so to save on weight (usually 4-5 kg of this type), and make a small camp. And family tents that have more than one department.  The family are usually around and above 10 kg.

Expeditionary tents are made to meet the requirements so that usually cost quite expensive.

The main components of the tent are few and selection is good to pay attention to each of them. The cover is the outer layer of the tent (for dual layer tents). It is waterproof, the amount of water to which you will stay dry noted in the leadership of the tent. This is one of the most – important elements when buying a tent, lest you find yourself wet there in the first rain because you chose color or appearance.

Typically the amount of water is measured with a water column of mm 3 and for the most common models vary from 2500 to 5000 mm. Inner layer – it is usually from breathable fabric or net, so as to provide good ventilation. To prevent condensation or water penetration at the seams separated at a distance from the outer layer. Usually with much – modest in size because the porch … The antechamber do is place where you can store your luggage and leave your shoes so you do not interfere in the interior. It is covered by the outer layer, but does not fit into the inner.

The floor is usually covers the inner layer (with double-layer tents) or is part of the whole tent in monolayer. It separated you from the ground and therefore is made of a – a moisture-proof material and is – thick. At the same time because of friction or pitch, it is subjected to a great wear and tear. Reiki determine the shape and strength of the structure. They are aluminum (more common and more expensive option) and microfiber. The skeleton that they build is formed vision of the tent. The most common form is the igloo where two equal length rods cross diagonally.

There are tents made – low (usually solo tents) for better stability throughout the wind. Also in – low (in most cases) and the tunnel are tents with 2 or 3 slats along its length. As can be seen from the name in the tunnel are usually long and the input is from the front. Pegs and side ties add stability of the tent. Through them, it is fixed to the ground, stretchable top layer so that it is watertight and prevents damage to the poles in high winds.

Especially important as the presence and location air holes in the top layer. They are made to ventilate the space to prevent condensation from your breath. Usually made adjustable in order to control the process. At – simple tents such openings only at the top of the tent, and in the other, and the walls themselves.