First Tent

 First Tent

First Tent

First Tent

First Tent

Picking Your First Tent  When looking at tents it’s very clear that you have lots of choices to choose from, matter of fact it’s an overwhelming number of choices for many. This article will help you find the tent that is right for you so you can get out there and camp.สล็อตเว็บตรง One of the first considerations when selecting a tent is what climate you are planning to camp in. If you are in the woods on the Oregon coast you’d most definitely want one able to work in a rainy, wet location. If you are camping outside of Phoenix you might want to consider something that has maybe an additional shade room and you’ll want more windows. In Canada if you camp you’ll want to consider something that has maybe a cooler room for the kids to play in. Now that you have figured that out your will want to consider what size of tent is ideal. As a tall guy at 6 foot tall a tent with a center height of 48 inches doesn’t cut it. Also the floor space of an 8×8 camping tent is a bit limiting. Unless you are a fan of really close sleeping corners you are better off to select a tent that is at least 10×10. That will usually give you ample room for a blowup mattress or sleeping bags for 4 with a little room to move about.First Tent Next you need to assess your skill level. Some tents are easy up and make it easy to setup but others are difficult to set up and may require a person with a few levels of expertise. If you plan on backpacking and taking it down you’ll want something that you can set up and break down on your own. If you are staying in a hotel you’ll need the easiest setup yet. If you are using a motor home ensure that you have the capacity to carry the trailer. Most motor home beds are fixed odometers so be sure to add a few hundred yards to your current mileage to account for travel.First Tent It’s always a good idea to go a bit bigger when you are initially erecting the tent. You’ll find that there is more room when you get to the higher end of the size spectrum. After you have considered the size of the tent, skill level and how often you plan to use it you can move on to the needs side of the room. What are you people going to use the tent for? If you are seeking a tent for a young family the a-frame style tents and the cabin chocks are what you want to be in to camp. The factors that I would hope you consider below are the most important.First Tent First TentSo you want to get the best value for your money? First TentWell how about a tent that is a great value? I’ve found that there are some in manufactures that either over deliver on quality and function or are well known for making a great product. I have a couple of friends that have bought them and sold them after only a couple of uses. They were well known brands that were well known for being slow to assemble. So if buying a tent that is a known brand that is well known for quality and that has been well trusted and backed by a reputable manufacturer. First TentMy value for a tent is based on how well it functions and how well it supports the elements. The fabric is going to be rated by the number of carries that it can do, the easiest way to tell is to count the number of parts not including the stuff sack. So if it has 16 parts including the stuff sack then it will have 16 total. If it has 12 parts and the total is 14 then it has 12 total. Keep in mind that the more parts it has the more work that is going to be required to put it together.First Tent First TentDurability: You don’t want to buy a tent for a one-time use and then never use it again. Remember that you are going to use your tent a lot. If you take it camping under most circumstances (and even if you don’t!) you will need to treat it fairly. A sturdy well made tent that is well supported would be preferred over a flimsy tent that is unsupported. Reviews are a great tool to do your research. If you do your own research you will find out which tents are known for giving good support and which tents are known for weak supporting. The most important thing to remember is to do your homework and get a good feel for what your tent is going to need. Once you have made sure that you have the right material for your needs you can find the right fit. Do your research, see what others are saying about a certain brand and you are sure to find a great deal. The whole point is to have fun in your camping trips and to be safe in your surroundings. You don’t want to be uncomfortable and spoil your trip. 
First Tent