7 Types Of Common Tents

7 Types Of Common Tents. Did you ever know that tents also have qualities? No? Don’t worry and learn the types of tents with us. Just like every tent has its own name, it also has its own qualities, shape, size, colors, and some of them have different textures.

Different Type Of Tents

1- Tarp Tent

7 Types Of Common Tents
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We know, that you all know about tarp tents, though it’s really common. But do you know what the texture, size, and shape of it is? No? Then let’s find out.

Size: 8-to-10 for 2 people, and 6-to-8 for one person.

Shape: Tarp tents can be in many shapes, depending on the weather and terrain. But it’s usually in the shape of a square and rectangle.

Texture: Tarpaulin, nylon and a plastic sheet. Tarp tents are easy to carry, and they’re like a shelter.

2- Dome Tent

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Dome tents are usually for small groups or even for a person. Did you know that nowadays they are quite popular for camping? Dome tents are easy to set up. Now let’s see, what texture, size and shape do they have.

Size: 76” wide 55” + 36” long and 55” high. Size 24” x 8”.

Shape: Dome tents have a square and rectangular base, with flexible poles positioned and crossing overhead to create their dome structure. Wow! It means that their name is their structure.

Texture: Usually the dome tent texture is waterproof fabric, but not every dome tent has the same texture.

3- Tunnel Tent

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Tunnel tents are for large groups and families. They have huge space in them, but the think you should always keep in mind that tunnel tents are not easy to carry and to set up, they require power to do that. Let’s have a look at their size, texture, and shape.

Size: It’s size depends on how much big tent are you buying.

Shape: Tunnel tent shape is just like a tunnel. Did you noticed one thing. Their name also defines their shape, just like the Dome tent.

Texture: Tent water proof fabric.

4- Ridge Tent

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Ridge tents are for large groups and families. But this tent is also very common. Have you guys replaced it with modern tents? Ridge tent is really heavy to carry but still, old gold. Now let’s see what size, shape, and texture of ridge tent is.

Size: Ridge tent has different sizes

Shape: Triangular

Materials: Ridge tent was made of canvas, but now they use lighter materials

5- Backpacking Tent

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Backpacking tent is for 2 people. This tent has a lot of qualities. It is easy to carry, it’s small so you can clean it easily and it is easy to set up. But don’t expect it to be balanced because it can be unbalanced. Let’s take a look at its size, shape, and texture.

Size: It depends on which size do you want to buy?

Shape: It’s shape is like a half circle, but you can’t say anything about it because it has many shapes

Texture: Silicone or PU (Polyurethane) tents,

6- Bell Tent

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Bell tent is suitable for everyone. Is bell tent your favorite? Well, it’s my favorite. They are luxurious, classy, and for sure spacious. If you are willing to spend money on tents then this is the best choice. Now let’s take a look at its size, shape, and texture.

Size: You can have any size you want.

Shape: Modern bell tents have circular shaped foot prints.

Texture: Cotton or polycotton

7- Instant Pop-up Tent

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Hmm instant pop-up tent. We can say this for sure that you all know about pop-up tents, they’re really easy to set up, if kids are going camping, this is the best choice for them. Now take a look on its size, texture and shape.

Seismicity pop-ups are between 7 feet (2.1 m) and 7 feet 6 inches (2.29 m) in width and between 4 feet 6 inches (1.37 m) and 5 feet (1.5 m) in height when closed, but “high wall” models are tall.

Shape: It comes in different shapes.

Meterials: waterproof meterials

However, one thing that is common in every tent is its textures. And every tent has its own qualities.

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