Insulating inner tent

Winter camping, totally hip and above all fun to do! Or in spring, when the ground is still frozen and the sun slowly evaporates the mist.

For these camping trips we now offer an inner tent, a tent that you can easily put inside, attached to the frame of your current tent with Velcro. The insulating inner tent can remain attached to the tent throughout the winter, so there is no need to remove it when closing and storing the assembled tent.

This inner tent has a high insulating effect. This means that the heat you create with your body heat inside the tent remains constant and the temperature feels more pleasant.

And, if you close the windows and doors of the insulating inner tent, you are guaranteed to be able to sleep in. Warmer and darker, what more could you want?

With this insulating inner tent you can extend the camping season and go out all year round;-)

 

What about the formation of condensation?

Here is an explanation and this applies to all tents cheap or expensive. Top quality canvas or inferior quality canvas.

On cold nights there is always a chance of condensation forming on the inside of the tent fabric in all tents.

This mainly depends on outside temperature and humidity inside and outside the tent.

The condensate is mainly caused by ourselves, we humans produce a lot of moisture and the air we breathe out contains a lot of water vapour.

The water vapour from our breath is of course warm, if the tent fabric has a lower temperature than the so-called dew point then the water vapour from our breath can condense on the cold surface of the tent fabric. 

If there is a lot of condensation in small droplets on the canvas, then slowly larger droplets of condensation will form and if they are large enough these droplets can fall down as raindrops. In the latter case there is usually no ventilation and there is a high humidity.

In order to counteract this, it is therefore important to lower the humidity or increase the temperature of the fabric above the dew point.

You can reduce air humidity by ventilating. You can raise the temperature above the dew point by heating. Ventilating simply by heating the entire room including the tent fabric requires a lot of energy and is not always available. 

 

DTBD insulated innertent Rooftoptent (3)
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Specs

  • Modell 140 € 175,00
  • Modell 180 € 200,00
  • Modell 220 € 275,00

  • Double-sided 220T Polyester taffeta with 100g cotton inside, ultrasonic quilting

 

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