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jeeperwoot wrote:Don't know why they'd call their 30 degree bag, Telluride. You're going to need one a lot warmer than that. Woke up with 3 inches of snow on my tent at the end of June last year down there!
Ha! Sounds like a fun time. I love camping. Anyone tried that camp pad before?
I'm just hanging out, really.
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Looks as though the rainfly only covers about 1/3 of the tent. This, essentially, makes this tent single walled.
I am not completely familiar with tents of this size. However, with the backpacking tents I am familiar with, a fully double walled tent allows for better rain protection and more airflow. More airflow means less condensation. Also, the second (outer) wall is where most of the condensation will occur. Since the inner wall stays dry, so do you.
I can only assume that with 6-8 people sleeping in the same tent, there will be some warm and moist air being produced. In the end, this could mean for a damp interior to the tent.
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