• Outwell Montana 6P – Steel Poled Tent (2020) | Innovative Family Camping
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    Outwell Montana 6P – Steel Poled Tent (2020) | Innovative Family Camping

    Let’s have a closer look at the updated 2020 version of the Classic Outwell Montana 6P with abundant living room space, and accommodation for 6 persons The Outwell Power Stability System, is a full steel frame that works with the wind stabilizers and storm guylines to provide unrivalled protection against rough weather The Quick and quiet inner door provides silent and easy access to the bedroom if you need to sneak out during the night For the best comfort in sleeping bags, mats and everything camping come visit us at www.Outwell.com

  • Robens Arch 2 Trekking / Hiking Tent (2019) | Pure Outdoor Passion
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    Robens Arch 2 Trekking / Hiking Tent (2019) | Pure Outdoor Passion

    Made with our new Hydrotex Core fabric, and alloy poles Our Arch 2 is a great entry level option for your trekking or bikepacking adventures. On the Arch 2, the pole sleeves are closed off on one end, for easy insertion of the alloy poles allowing less time setting up camp, and more time eating snacks after a hard day on the trail The variable front door with two zip sliders, allows for different configurations and for full control of ventilation Thank you for watching, now go enjoy the outdoors, or check out the rest of our Route collection at Robens.de

  • 20 x 40 Classic Pole Tent – Installation Procedure
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    20 x 40 Classic Pole Tent – Installation Procedure

    Welcome to the 20×40 One Piece Classic Pole Tent Prior to installation layout all required hardware around the tent perimeter. Place stakes approximately four feet from the perimeter grommet locations. Each corner location requires two stakes ninety degrees apart. Drive all stakes into the ground vertically until approximately six inches of the stake is exposed. Each stake location requires one ratchet. To attach to tents stake, turn the loop at the end of the ratchet inside out and pull the strap through the loop to create a noose and pull tight over the stake. Unfold the drop cloth to cover the desired location of the tent. Be sure all areas…

  • How to Pack for a Weekend Camping Trip : How to Select a Sleeping Bag for Camping
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    How to Pack for a Weekend Camping Trip : How to Select a Sleeping Bag for Camping

    Hi. This is John Stewart and this is how to select and pack your sleeping bag for the camping trip. You can find many different types of sleeping bags in different sizes, shapes. The two different types of styles are going to be a rectangular shape sleeping bag or a mummy style sleeping bag. You can figure out what the rectangular one is. A mummy shaped sleeping bag is cut to the natural shape of your body, so wider at the shoulders and narrower at the feet. There’s two different types of materials you’re going to find with a sleeping bag. You’re going to find down sleeping bags made from…

  • Outwell Hartsdale 4PA & 6PA – Inflatable Air Tent (2020) | Innovative Family Camping
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    Outwell Hartsdale 4PA & 6PA – Inflatable Air Tent (2020) | Innovative Family Camping

    With lots of windows and a warm light toned roof the Hartsdale 4 and 6PA are versatile, bright and airy tunnel tents sleeping four or six in two dark Premier bedrooms The deep front canopy with side walls and windows offers full shelter against sun and rain and allows the panoramic front door to remain open even in heavy rain The Wing lounge area really adds to the living space and is perfect for dining or relaxing, or simply as added storage Thank you for watching, now go check all the other features like Cable Entry points, Toggle-up curtains and many more at www.Outwell.com

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    Outwell Blossburg 380 Air – Inflatable Drive Away Awning (2020) | Innovative Family Camping

    Pitching parallel alongside your vehicle, our new inflatable Blossburg 380 Air requires minimum pitch size while maximizing sheltered space The extremely versatile Link Access Zone, can be placed at either side of the awning or completely removed to use the Blossburg as a stand-alone tent The optional extra inner tent adds to the already versatile Blossburg, by adding sleeping options for guests or when using the awning as a regular camping tent Thank you for watching, for all your camping comfort essentials come join us at www.Outwell.com

  • How to Set Up a Tent : Raising a Tent With Poles
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    How to Set Up a Tent : Raising a Tent With Poles

    Hi, this is John, and this is how to put the poles on the tent so you can raise the tent up. Once you’ve got your tent laid out, and your poles put together, it’s time to put the poles into the tent to where you can raise the tent. There will be two types of clips that you put the tent poles on. The first one is going to be a pin, that you insert over the pole, and then you push it in there. The other, is your going to have an eyelet, and the end of the pole will insert into the eyelet and go to a…

  • Using Hilleberg tents in the snow, above tree line, in an exposed area.
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    Using Hilleberg tents in the snow, above tree line, in an exposed area.

    Using Hilleberg tents in the snow, above tree line, is an exposed area. Use your skis to mark the correct area that you need for your tent. Dig down approximately .5 m (20in) to help protect the tent from high winds. Create a smooth platform with your skis. Tie one of your tent’s guy lines to something heavy, such as your backpack, to keep it from blowing away. Make sure to secure all loose stuff bags. Peg one vestibule into the wind. Make sure your snow anchors are placed as securely as possible. Spread the tent out, and put the poles together. Peg the other vestibule with out making the…