Two Camping Tents For Camping That You Should Know Of
Aluminum specks: specks are the “little irons” used to nail the tent to the ground. They play a fundamental role in the correct assembly of your equipment. Look for models that contain these aluminum parts, as they are light, do not rust, and do not bend as easily as common steel. Even having a tent with a 6000mmwater column, if you don’t assemble it properly using specks, waterproofing will be at risk. These small rods made the tent firm and stretched so that the roof did not touch the room.
If this occurs, even without rain, condensation will occur through breathing and a difference in temperature from the inside to the outside, which will generate moisture inside the tent. Specks become even more essential if you are camping in canyons or other places with strong winds. You can learn more on this website.
Self-supporting or not: another very common question when choosing a tent. There are models of tents that have “X” rods that make them stand up even without the use of specks. These models are called self-supporting. We don’t see any advantages that determine my purchase for this reason. Above we commented on the importance of specks, and with that, whether you have a self-supporting tent or not, without the use of specks, it will be poorly assembled, allowing condensation to occur, and If you are going to use specks (we always recommend it for a good adventurer), the question of whether or not it is self-supporting becomes indifferent. There are techniques for setting up tents in sand or other soils where the fixation can be impaired.
If you are going to share your tent with someone else, it may be a good idea to invest in a tent with two doors, which leaves the two people independent and with an advance, for each one to store their equipment. A side or front feed is essential for storing your stuff overnight.
Never, under any circumstances, light a stove inside the tent such as custom tents. The material from which the tent is formed is highly flammable, and fire also consumes much of the available oxygen, meaning a stove can cause death by suffocation or severe burns. When you need lighting inside the tent, use battery-operated flashlights, lamps, or even a chemical light stick. Always carry a roll of adhesive tape (such as duct tape). The tape can help a lot if you need a fabric repair or even the rods in an emergency.