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Tents

If you are in the midst of a survival crisis and have to sleep outdoors, the last thing you want is to NOT get a good night’s sleep.  Having the right tent and the right sleeping bag will go a long ways toward ensuring that you awake from a sound sleep in the morning.  (Suggestion:  Practice setting up the tent you select in your backyard or other open area several times until you become comfortable with doing it.  This usually only takes 2 or 3 practice setups.)

I am providing below several tents that I highly recommend. All of these tents have an Amazon customer satisfaction rating of 4.5 stars or higher.

 


Marmot Limelight Tent

This is another high quality tent that comes in both a 2 person and a 3 person size.  You can choose either a pale pumpkin/terra cotta color or a hatch/dark cedar color.   The tent comes with a footprint that you can put down and then set the tent on, and also a vestibule area for storage.  Two person size weighs about 5 pounds, and the 3 person size weighs about 7 pounds.

 

 

 

Columbia Cougar Flats II Family Cabin Dome Tent

An excellent larger size (15 feet by 7.16 feet by 10 feet) tent that can sleep 6-10 people.  It has 2 rooms and a gear loft.  This tent has 2 doors and 2 windows. internal pockets, hanging cup holders, and even a wheeled carrying bag.  It weighs about 54 pounds.

 

 

 

 

Coleman Red Canyon 17-Foot by 10-Foot 8-Person Modified Dome Tent

This is another good quality larger size tent that sleeps up to 8 people.  It has a 6 foot center height.  The tent can be converted into 1, 2, or 3 rooms.  It weighs about 25 pounds.

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