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Old 07-07-2020, 06:36 AM
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Old 07-09-2020, 11:39 PM
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The majority of camping tents are made of ripstop nylon fabric sold under a variety of trade names. This is essentially the same material used to make parachutes.

Nylon is very strong & lightweight and can be woven tightly, yet still remain breathable. In order to make nylon completely waterproof, it must be coated with a water resistant coating, such as silicone, acrylic or polyurethane. This is usually only applied to the fly and tent floor.


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Old 07-09-2020, 11:57 PM
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If you’re a casual tent camper going by yourself or with your family, you won’t go wrong with the polyester tents. They’re affordable and generally pretty tough and water resistant.

If you have the money and you go camping while backpacking or hiking, then the cuben fiber can be the best one to use.


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We camp as a family of 4 however we own a 9 person tent. It leaves a lot of room to store our personal belongings and room to change clothes. Highly recommend getting a larger one than you need.
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Buy or make a footprint or ground cloth. Dust, dirt, and friction are the enemy of your tent's floor. Limiting exposure will prolong its ability to hold out moisture. It doesn't have to be waterproof -- Tyvek is an inexpensive, synthetic cloth used to make, among other things, express mail envelopes. Your camping tents must be survive in bad weather time. It's very durable, lightweight, and can be bought by the foot on ebay. It does allow moisture to pass through, but as long as you've got a good seal you shouldn't need to worry about a little. My maps are printed on it.

Avoid a used tent. People lie. No use cursing the guy while laying in a cold, dark tent, sopping wet with long hours until morning.
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