For over 35 years, the company operates in the mountain tents curtains for outdoor, indoor, technical blinds and furnishings in general (beds, duvets, pillows and more). We are at your disposal at any time to advise you, with site visits and quotations without obligation. Our products are all certified, starting from the structures for awnings, passing through the tissues and engines, finally coming to the fabrics for interiors with fire resistance class I. We undertake work for individuals, businesses, offices, residential complexes, restaurants and hotels. Another companion of many adventures for a hiker is undoubtedly the tent. The right choice is mandatory for an athlete, because if it is true that most hikers do not make a big difference model to another, for some it may be the difference between life and death. How to choose your tent? As with all the equipment, you should always ask first where you want to go, how long will you stay, what are the worst conditions I expect to encounter . . . (think of that? Well multiply everything by two). My first advice is to avoid mono canvas mountain tents (in case of rain, even a short stay more dry out) and those that start throwing (try to run if the wind blows). My first tent was instead a "Canadian" shaped house and it was so great that we called "the circus tent"; weighed a 'enormity and mount had to be at least two. After the assembly was a great comfort: it could hold 4 people with their baggage, but was born as a tent fixed so I do not think he could take it apart and reassemble it often. Its cotton cloth was very thick and had to pass every year treatment with anti silicone spray water and its structure was rigid with a low aerodynamic form. The tent igloo can overcome very strong winds: I think one night in the mountains (alone) took a wind so strong it broke the branches of 15 cm in diameter of the beeches. I had the fiberglass tent poles that were bent and the tent was completely flattened, but almost every time the wind subsided for a moment, the blind regain its original shape. The morning I found an area of ??a pole broken but riparai with some duct tape around and came back like new. The replacement of the areas it is much easier and since that time I always carry a spare pair with me. The duralumin poles, mountain tents prerogative of high-level, is much more flexible and stronger but also more expensive. I did a test with this pole: I bought a set of fiberglass and I have included within that of duralumin. Result: very resistant and very flexible poles to the limit . . . unbelievable. . . .