Did you know that inflatable or air beam tents have been around since 1981? This was the year when a Dutch company launched their Karsten Tent.
Various brands and tent manufacturers use different terminology for basically the same tent frame design. This may be confusing for those who are new in the outdoor activity, and the purpose of this text is to help in this regard.
I have seen several videos on YouTube where the authors were claiming that the tent they were using was leaking. However, it was obvious that this was just a condensation.
If you are familiar with the tents industry, then you have probably seen the phrases like 4-season tents and 4th-season tents. This can be confusing because some manufacturers use these phrases carelessly.
It is a simple fact that condensation in a tent cannot be avoided. It can be reduced if a tent has vents and in favorable weather conditions, but this is a natural phenomenon that happens practically all the time.
If you’re dreaming of exploring the breathtaking beauty of the Dolomites in Italy, you might be wondering, “When is the best time to go?” This will depend on what you want to do. In this text you will find a handy advice.
Tents’ floors are either bathtub or catenary type, so which is better? Find out here, both types are discussed in detail.
This is an actual question which I received from a reader through the contact form in one of my sites. It contains several questions which are worth answering in a separate post.
Embarking on a family camping trip can be an exciting adventure filled with cherished memories. One crucial aspect of planning such an outing is selecting the appropriate tent size to accommodate everyone comfortably.
Air tents or inflatable tents are becoming increasingly more popular and there are more and more of them on the market. But are they worth it? Well, the answer is in the text, so keep reading.