The world is beautiful, but unpredictable.” This is one of the most important statements camp-goers must always remember. Staying the night outside your four-walled room and spending time with nature surely sounds like a great adventure. However, adventures come with a great danger. You might have planned your camping during summer. Your mood went up as you set up your tent with the heat of the sun on your skin, until the rain comes to upset you. No matter howmuch you know all about tents and ways to keep it warm, safe, and all, you’d still be able to have a hard time at some point of your camping adventure. Nature is truly unpredictable and dangerous. Thus, one must take every safety measure into the most serious account.

Outside, your tent becomes your home. It is your safe zone. Therefore, it is significantly important to keep your tent safe and strong against the volatile weather. To counterpart such unpredictable nature, camp-goers must be prepared with all their gears ready each time. And that includes the tents. It’s not enough to have a first-rate tent that’s so expensive. If it’s not capable of withstanding the strong blasts of wind or intense pours of rain, then it’s near useless.

Tents come with different types. There are tents that are perfect for snow and there are those that go well on the beach. Some tents have thick roof for rainy days, while others are simply intended for a good, fine day. You don’t have to know all about tents, you just have to know which type would be the best for your destination. Choosing a specific kind of tent to use on a camping adventure can really be a bit troublesome, knowing how unpredictable Mother Nature can be. Luckily, all-weather tents are invented.

All-whether tents are the types of tent intended for all kinds of whether, may it be sunny, windy, cloudy or rainy. In a nutshell, it is the best kind of tent for unpredictable weather. To narrow down your option of selection, here is a list of the best all-weather tents for you.

1. The basic ridge tent 

Although this kind of tent is a little bit traditional, ridge tents are outstandingly stable. It can strongly stand against strong winds and heavy rain. Ridge tents go in a triangular shape with poles at each end. It usually have a cross pole in the middle, forming an edgy roof where it’s got its name. This type of tent is ideal for almost all kinds of weather because of its remarkable stability. Ridge tents, however, have a disadvantage when it comes to the users’ height. Moreover, this won’t be a problem for those who use this type of tent plainly for sleeping.

2. Dome tent

Dome tent is a kind of flexible tent with poles bent into half of a circle. Both ends of the pole are fixed to a webbing strap, loping across the tent’s base that’s part of a groundsheet. Dome tents are ideal in a sunny weather, but not so much in windy and rainy days since they can be unstable when strong winds come.

Its stability decreases as its size scales up. Thus, it is only suitable for fine weather conditions. However, you can use smaller dome tents for your camping adventures, especially when you know there’s a bad weather waiting to challenge your adventurous, brave spirit.

3. Frame tents

Frame tents are another kind of tent that is suitable for just about any level of intensity of the weather. Like rigid tents, frame tents are also traditional but are still popular. They usually have straight steel poles with angle joints. The poles form an arc shape to the façade of the tent, giving plenty of space inside.

A frame tent is huge, making it much heavier compared to other tents. Nonetheless, its massive size and weight can be an advantage since it makes it stand tough against the blows of the strong wind. With proper setup and pitch, you can have a safe shelter regardless of the weather.

4. Pod living

A pod living tent is like a home away from home. In a family setting, children are able to have a comfortable private space with breathable air gaps. It has a living area with sleeping areas called as pods leading off. The living area is right at the heart of the tent. It is where everyone can gather together and spend a quality time as a family.

Because of the extra spaces on the inside, this tent covers a wide ground area. It also uses larger equipment, including all the heavy metal poles and a large volume of fabric. All these make this kind of tent heavy, making it powerful enough to beat the strong wind.

5. Tunnel Tents

Tunnel tents are also perfect for whatever types of weather. Its tunnel structure allows the wind to flow through, allowing the tent to stay where it is. Its stability can match with the intensity of the wind.

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