1. Pick the tents based on the toughest conditions you may have. For example, although you are not planning to camp in the winter, if your outdoor activities are going to take place during the fall season, you should pick a 4 season account or a convertible account.
2. The 4 season account is usually 10% - 20% heavier than the 3 quarter account (mainly due to the extra money). The convertible account allows you to increase or decrease the balance and adjust the ventilation according to the situation.
3. Self-supporting tents (without the need for external support) are very easy to use. You can easily move its position, or shake off the fallen leaves, dust, snow, etc. on the tent. Tent that is too lightweight is often difficult to support on its own.
4. The capacity of the tent. Each manufacturer has its own capacity standard. The actual capacity is often smaller than the labeled capacity. For example, a book with a capacity of 2 people tends to be quite crowded after accommodating the next two adults and their equipment.
5. It is recommended to use tarps or floor coverings to extend the life of the tent base fabric.
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