Family Size Tents
A baby or toddler often still fit in in your tent doubles. Is your child is bigger or there are multiple children, it often requires a different tent. But where you choose? Two small family size tents or one larger tent? And two or sleeping? Low Headroom tent or a tent? As light as possible or twelve pounds also acceptable?. The choice is very personal. What the n is an advantage, others may just be a disadvantage. An advice for d ideal family size tents tent cycling is therefore not to give. We have a number of considerations for you to put a row. With small children shared one tent often preferred. Most parents find it a pleasant thought their babies close to her to have. Become your child awake at night, you do not the tent. Another advantage is that, in cold or rain, which usually have more living space than in two small tents. You only have one tent. Disadvantage may be that you have filled a large tentzak, which are difficult to divide different bikes leaves. Separate tents also have advantages. Slightly older children (and oh, what those children are growing fast!) Often find it nice to have a private tent. You yourself have more privacy. Want the evening when the kids sleep in the tent, it's nice that you do not bother taking the kids. Do you have two children each night awake, you can put them aside. If you opt for one common tent for your family, you have another choice. Is it a tent with one or two sleeping cabins?. With a small child who wakes up at night, or a power supply, is one sleeper course very useful. A tent with one sleeper is usually quicker to set up than a tent with two sleeping cabins. Convenience is intent. Two sleeping cabins have the advantage that you have more privacy. The children are close, but have their "own place". Want the evening when the kids sleep in the tent, then the children there is usually little affected. Do you have two children each night awake, you can put them aside. Many "supporters" of a low tent, as arguments: the sporty feel, I'm not ready for such a high tent, back to basics, the less the better tent etc. This is perhaps the trickiest. After a (first) cycling with plenty of rain, many families tend to a tent with lots of living space. The advantages are obvious: more space for yourself and the children. A small tent is usually (much) lighter. On a site you often pay less than for a large tent. But how do you do that when it rains? Other riders tell. Some hunters believe that charts a family size tents tent can weigh more than three pounds. Other families go effortlessly with a tent of fifteen pounds on the run. Remember how much luggage you have (if you're ready (extra) bagagekar to buy the tent?), How is your condition (you have to do all along), how important is a big tent for your family, etc. . . .