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Camp tents refer to tents that can be camped outdoors. They are slightly more advanced tents than entry-level tents. Usually, the functions include rainproof, sunscreen, windproof, breathable and temperature insulation. When choosing, you should pay attention to the camping weather and activity environment to choose the style and fabric material of the tent, the size of the interior space, etc. The tent is designed with different uses in mind, and there are different styles. As far as the shape of the tent is concerned, there are generally five styles of common tents. Triangular tent: The front and back are made of herringbone iron pipes, and the middle frame is connected by a cross bar to support the inner tent and install the outer tent. This is the most common tent style in the early days. Dome-shaped tent (also known as yurt type): It adopts double-pole cross-support, and it is relatively easy to disassemble and assemble. It is the most popular style on the market. Hexagonal tent: It adopts three-pole or four-pole cross-support, and some adopts six-pole design, which pays attention to the stability of the tent and is a common style of "alpine" tent. Bottom-shaped tent: After being propped up, it looks like a boat that is buckled upside down. It can be divided into two-pole and three-pole different support methods. Generally, the middle is the bedroom and the two ends are the hall shed, and the design pays attention to the windproof streamline. This is also one of the common tent styles. Ridge-shaped tent: The shape is like an independent small tile house, the support is usually four corners and four columns, and a ridge-shaped structural roof is placed on it. This kind of tent is generally tall and heavy, and is suitable for motorists as an outdoor camping tent. Therefore, it is called a car tent.
A hammock tent is a camping product that combines the characteristics of a hammock and a tent. It is actually a hammock that can be hung, but it has more tops than a hammock. Hammock tents need to be built between triangular trees to prevent the danger of falling, and it is also difficult to climb into the hammock tent. Hammock tents, that is, the combination of "hammock + tent", this combination is specially designed for camping enthusiasts who are tired of sleeping in traditional tents. Sleeping in such a hanging tent, which can integrate with nature without really "getting in touch" with the rough ground, is simply the best choice for wild camping. This technology has been used as early as during World War II, when US troops were equipped with jungle camouflage hammock tents when marching. The hammock tents of the early 2000s were much more luxurious than that, more like the sleeping pods that the Na'vi people used to sleep in in the movie "Avatar."