When we buy tents, we often see words like one, two, and three. What's the difference between tents
marked with different levels? The functions of different tents are different. Let ’s take a look at the differences in the functions of different tents. Functional differences between different levels of tents Single-level tent The single-layer tent manufacturing process is relatively simple, and its biggest features are lightness, economy, and small size. Double tent The difference between the double layer and the single layer is that a layer of good air permeability is added to the design. In the cooler seasons, the heat removed by the human body will condense water droplets on the inner wall of the tent under the effect of the air outside the tent. If it is a single-layer tent, the water droplets will flow down the inner wall of the tent and wet the sleeping bag. After the internal account is added, the external account is not directly connected to the internal account. At this time, the heat emitted by the human body will pass through the internal account, so that the water droplets condensed on the external account will flow into the ground, which solves the inner wall of a single-layer tent Problems with water. Three-level tent The design of the three-story tent is to add a layer of cotton tent to the inner tent, which further enhances the thermal insulation effect. Even if the outdoor environment is around minus 10 degrees, the temperature in the tent can be kept at about zero because of the protection of the cotton tent, so that the temperature in the tent is not too low. Therefore, when the ambient temperature is above 5 degrees, it is more suitable to use a single-layer tent. When the ambient temperature is below 5 degrees, it is best to use a double- or triple-layer tent to prevent water condensation on the inner wall of the tent and avoid frostbite.