The best doesn't always mean high prices. The same goes for the search for the best tent. Buying a tent is not as simple as taking a catalog and then buying the first tent that grabs your eye.
You will most likely regret it if what you buy is not suitable for freezing conditions and you get stuck in it and freeze like a popsicle. Choosing the best surplus tents for your needs takes a lot of thought.
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Different types of tents can be used at different times of the year. Don't use the same tent you use for summer camping in winter. You will regret it. Keep the following in mind to help you choose the best tent.
The time of year you go camping. Tents are divided into three types depending on the season. Year-round tents can be used year-round, although they cannot withstand harsh winter conditions, this is not an option for small winter campers.
A 3 season tent can also be used all year round and can withstand everything except the coldest winters. The 4 season tent is designed for use in very cold climates.
Sleeping in a tent on a hot summer night can be overwhelming. Imagine sharing a relaxing hot tent with 2 or 3 other people. It's not a good experience.
Make sure your tent is open on all sides, usually covered with netting to avoid mistakes. You can also purchase tent fans, especially if you are camping in the middle of summer.