Author Topic: Best budget tent for wild camping  (Read 3281 times)

brendan

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Re: Best budget tent for wild camping
« Reply #60 on: 14:14:34, 19/05/20 »
Richard, I am awash with envy! Can't wait to be out there in the natural isolations again! In the meantime, stay safe and enjoy the wilds of your back yard!
Brendan

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Re: Best budget tent for wild camping
« Reply #61 on: 19:58:37, 19/05/20 »
I'm still of the opinion that for a budget tent Naturehike appears to offer the best deals. Their styles of tent seems to cover all model types, if nothing else its a good starting point to look for a cheap(ish) tent.

richardh1905

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Re: Best budget tent for wild camping
« Reply #62 on: 07:46:36, 20/05/20 »
I'm still of the opinion that for a budget tent Naturehike appears to offer the best deals. Their styles of tent seems to cover all model types, if nothing else its a good starting point to look for a cheap(ish) tent.
Good for 3 season use I suspect, gwm, as are many other Chinese copies, but far too draughty and too much of an unknown quantity for winter wild camping on the fells, in my opinion.

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Re: Best budget tent for wild camping
« Reply #63 on: 13:14:30, 20/05/20 »
I know you are right, my inner of my tent is mesh. For my part I would only seriously consider two of their tents, just no keemn on the bright colours myself.