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Camping · FAQ Entries

Are 4 Season tents lightweight enough for backpacking? · If you shop, and pack appropriately, yes. When backpacking, the weight in your load means everything, but you can't sacrifice your sleep or well being on just weight alone. The average 4 Season tents weigh approximately 10lbs, but some can be as ligh
Can I use a 2 Season tent in the Winter? · If you must, yes; but it isn't an ideal position. 2 Season tents have very little weatherproofing, and they are meant mostly for dry, warm climates. If you like your 2 Season tent for its lightweight functionality and are considering using it for Win
Can I use a 4 Season tent in the Summer? · Using a 4 Season tent in the Summer is only advisable if you like to sweat. Some options do claim to offer both insulation and ventilation, but even the most customized tents generally serves one purpose better than others; it isn't likely that you'l
I will be camping in multiple different weather conditions on · You should determine what conditions you will spend the majority of your time in; if the weather will be mostly moderate, with warm temperatures, take a 3 Season tent. If you will be expecting mostly cold temperatures, or harsh conditions such as hea
What should the tent rating be for camping in all · If you are looking for one tent for all seasons of camping, buy a 3 Season tent; while some 4 Season tents state that they are for all seasons, if your shelter is insulated enough to withstand Winter conditions, then it likely won't be ventilated eno
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