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Tourist outdoor tent
Three-season tents: usually lighter, generally used in milder climates in spring, summer and autumn. Three-season outdoor tents can usually perform well in wind and rain, but the design characteristics also determine that they are generally difficult to cope with excessive snowfall. If a three-season tent can barely support the 5.08 cm thick snow on it, when the falling snow reaches 50.8 cm thick, you must be in trouble. There is another feature of the three-season account. It has a certain ventilation design. In order to meet different needs, it is generally designed as a double-layer tent, divided into internal and external tents. The internal tent has an inner tent with a full-card screen and an inner tent with a half-card screen. , Some of the internal and external accounts can also be used separately, so as to meet the different needs of spring, summer and autumn.
Four-season tents: For stronger four-season tents, one or two support rods are usually added to make the support system able to withstand stronger wind or thicker snowfall. The shape of the winter tent is usually designed as a round dome shape to minimize the flat part on the top of the tent and prevent accumulation of snow. Of course, these winter/alpine tents are also suitable for relatively mild weather conditions. It's just that the weight of their extra support rods makes them heavier than the three-season account.
The convertible account is a four-season account that can be adjusted to a three-quarter account. The adjustment method is usually to remove 1 or 2 support rods from the tent's support system, and provide detachable ventilation components in the design, which can be removed or opened to enhance ventilation in mild weather.
The simplest form is a single-layer account. Basically, this kind of tent is just a rain cloth with several vents supported by tent poles. In warmer weather, the zippers of the vents can be opened to enhance ventilation.