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How to get cool in tent camping summer
  • 30 Aug 2016
When you're sleeping in your tent in the heat, avoid bulky layers and confining clothing like the plague. In addition to dressing light, some tent features and additional items will help you stay much cooler.

Choose a Tent That Breathes

If you have yet to select a tent, finding one with good airflow is key. In hot, humid and wet conditions, you want your rain fly on the tent -- but at the same time you want good ventilation. An ideal tent has an abundance of screen-like mesh on the top portion and two doors, according to "Outside" magazine. You can place the doors strategically to allow breezes to go from one side through to the other. When you're setting up your tent, take a few minutes to get a feel for the air flow at the campground and find a spot that gets a breeze. A spot at the top or bottom of a canyon, or an area with slightly less underbrush or tree cover can be good places to set up your tent, with doors facing the breeze to allow for a natural flow of air.

A Lightweight Way to Cover Up

Your tent might protect you from most flying insects, but some people still cover up. Curl up in a sleeping bag sheet or liner. As the name suggests, pieces of fabric are cut into the shape of a sleeping bag, allowing you to line the bag to keep it clean or use it as a tropical sleeping cover in the heat. If you're squeamish about creepy crawlies, it's an added layer of protection.

A Coolbuddy mattress

The coolbuddy mattress can be put upon the tent floor. After water injected in the main machine, the water will flow naturally into the mattress. And its mini fan on the Coolbuddy machine will also help the ventilation in the tent.

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