1. Size & Shape

However, there are no existing industry standards, the defined per person tent dimensions. But if you have friends, or pets with you, maybe you need more space.

2. Setup Process

Based on your requirements, you might need a tent that is quick and easy to set up, or you might need to go for a big tent. 

3. Fabric Material

Some camping tents use cotton, which insulates extremely well. As a matter of fact, you’ll not get as hot on a hot day not as cold when it gets chilly outside.

4. Weight, Packed Size & Portability

The weight of a camping tent is not super critical, but keep in mind that tents under 4 pounds are more ideal for backpacking.

5. Doors

While choosing your camping tent, think about the number of doors you need as well as their shape and orientation.

6. Ventilation 

A well ventilated camping tent allows great viewing ability and enhances cross ventilation, which is just great for managing condensation.

7. Poles

Poles are what make a tent structure strong. Choose poles that allows a faster setup process.

8. Rainfly

You can look for a tent that is equipped with a rainfly. Rainfly is a waterproof cover designed to fit over the roof of the tent.

9. Price

Some tents are budget friendly and they offer moderate features, while other tents can be cheap or expensive depending on the functionalities and construction material.

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