• Marmot Tungsten tent review
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    Marmot Tungsten tent review

    Hello my name is Joff Summerfeld and welcome to Iceland. This is another of my On the road reviews. Today are we talking about the Marmot Tungsten one-person tent this is the first time I’ve used this on this trip and now I’ve been sleeping in it for about 20 days. I have to say I’m very impressed it’s not very big its light and it does the trick it’s not leaking at all and I’ve had plenty of rain here in Iceland so the main thing is that it doesn’t leak now temperature-wise here it has been cold and with this type of tent because the wind can blow…

  • Robens Pioneer 3EX Trekking / Hiking Tent (2019) | Pure Outdoor Passion
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    Robens Pioneer 3EX Trekking / Hiking Tent (2019) | Pure Outdoor Passion

    Our tried and tested tunnel design offers great stability and easy pitching and has made its way to our new Route Range in the form of our Pioneer 3EX Our embossed Hydrotex Core fabric is a 75 denier, PU coated polyester We choose polyester for its all-weather tension qualities, which you can learn more about in our test video The large front porch allows you to store all your gear and provides enough space for you to comfortably weather out a storm Thank you for watching, now go check out all the specifications for the Pioneer 3EX at Robens.de

  • Coleman 4-Person Camping Tent for Cool Camping Gear
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    Coleman 4-Person Camping Tent for Cool Camping Gear

    The outdoor sports is a healthy and great option highly diversified now . You can travel for long periods of time, learn about different species of animals and plants new to you also. For this adventure you going to need to make a list, well known as a camping list or check list. The camping tents are the first type of team you have to take with you. Let me tell you, are a huge different kind and types outside but if you are looking of ones that is durable and conformable I will recommended the Coleman 4-Person Camping Tent. As you name mentioned (Coleman 4-Person Camping Tent), this is…

  • How to Purify Water for Drinking | Camping
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    How to Purify Water for Drinking | Camping

    So, figuring out how you’re going to get fresh, drinkable water when you’re camping is a pretty big concern. If you’re primitive camping, meaning that you’re hiking in a couple of miles from where you parked your car, then you’re probably not going to be able to carry all the water that you need in with you. I did used to do that when I first started camping, just because it seemed like the most comfortable and safest way to go. I had a couple of five-gallon jugs and I would fill them before I left. It meant taking a lot of breaks when we were hiking in, but at…

  • The Best New Rooftop Tents from Outdoor Retailer | Outside
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    The Best New Rooftop Tents from Outdoor Retailer | Outside

    (rock music) – [Greg] Hey, I’m Greg Thomas with Outside Magazine. Today we’re here at OR2016, and we’re on the hunt for the perfect roof-top tent setup. If you’re not familiar, rooftop tents basically sit on top of your car. And they’re folded up and condensed. And then when you’re ready to camp, you just unfold them. A little ladder comes down, and you can crawl up into them and sleep for the night. Super easy, super cool. It’s a growing trend. More companies are doing them. So we’re going to wander around and see what we can find. We’re here, talking to the guys behind Tepui tents about their…

  • How to Set Up Your Campsite | Camping
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    How to Set Up Your Campsite | Camping

    Camping poses a lot of challenges. It’s not like you can go into your kitchen and turn on the stove and boil some water, so everything takes a little bit longer, everything’s a little bit more inconvenient, but it’s super fun. One of the fun things about camping is figuring out crafty solutions to all these little inconveniences. So, when you’re setting up your tent and your campsite, you want to think about how to set it up to make it as easy on you as possible. You kind of need to think about six areas in your campsite; there’s where you’re going to put your tent, there’s where you’re…

  • How to Pick a Tent | Camping
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    How to Pick a Tent | Camping

    Tents are the thing, I think, that you should probably plan to spend the most money on and invest in something pretty good. When I say good, I mean something that is durable and lightweight. You can expect to spend between $100 and $500, roughly. And what you’re looking for is something that suits you and the amount of people you plan to put in your tent. I was really schooled on the differences of tents when I went on a big, huge group camping trip to Asitic Island. There were these super small, little tents that looked like space ships that would fit just one person and their sleeping…

  • Outwell Cedarville 3A & 5A Air Tents (2019) | Innovative Family Camping Gear
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    Outwell Cedarville 3A & 5A Air Tents (2019) | Innovative Family Camping Gear

    Quick and easy to pitch, our Cedarville tents comes in two different versions for three or five persons The full front D-door with its four zip sliders, combines well with the rain safe front canopy allowing you to control ventilation, even in harsher weather The Darkened Premier bedrooms feature our versatile 360° access system, allowing the unzipped inner door to fold neatly out of the way into a pocket to provide hazard free access and extended inner space Thank you for watching, for more details on our Cedarville models or other great options from our Air Collection, come visit us at Outwell.com

  • How to Protect Yourself from Ticks | Camping
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    How to Protect Yourself from Ticks | Camping

    Unlike bears and snakes, which you probably won’t encounter on most of your camping trips, you will come across ticks. Ticks are a serious issue. They carry Lyme disease or they can carry Lyme disease so you want to be prepared for if you do get bitten by a tick and you also want to be prepared and take precautions to make sure you don’t get bitten by a tick. Ticks are spiders. They’re not bugs. They’re actually arachnids and they come in different sizes, or there are different-sized ticks. Deer ticks, which are the ones that can carry Lyme disease are actually usually the size of a pinhead or…