Basic Tips on Stalls

Igloos
Is the type of tent used currently. There are several different models (see below). Your frame is fiberglass, or aluminum. With a wide variety of models, they are adapted for nearly all profiles of campers. In general we can classify the igloos as follows:
• Simple igloo
You could say that are the most simple.Are those tents that have only one environment, which, depending on the size, can hold several people. The simplest igloo models have on top a fabric that is just a “little hat”. These templates (like the picture) are not indicated for use in outdoor situations with rain, since I do not usually have good sealing. But there are also some simple tent models with sobreteto, good waterproofing and that even have a small breakthrough in front of the door, but space is not closed.
• Igloo with advance (closed)
Already the igloos with closed advance offer a little more comfort and security. They besides have an internal environment, have a head start in front of the tent that can be locked to the ground.Depending on the size of the advance it can be quite a wingwoman, especially on rainy days. This space can be small, just to put a shoe or can be large enough to store mochilhas and junk sleep a person and comes up with a tarp to lay on the ground (that of the picture beside). Are legal for those who want a little more space, beyond the area of the room.
• Igloo with rooms
Are the evolution of structural tents, light and easy to assemble (if compared with the structural).Have generally two rooms and are ideal for families, or even for couples who want more space, since normally one of the rooms can be turned into a good space of room or even kitchen. Are a little bulky to carry, but compensate for those who want to camp with a little more comfort. Another advantage is the possibility to stand up inside the tent, something that rarely happens in the other two types of igloos.
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Old models
Although quite overcome the Structural models and Canadianthat eventually can still be found on the market.
• Structural
This type of tent, also called the bungalow, it is advisable to was very used in decades of 80, 90 by the campers and families wanted a good structure. It has a rectangular format, with 2 or 3 rooms divisions.And there’s still room to improvise a room or kitchen! It’s more like a tent House, ideal for families. This type of equipment, because it is made with a type of thick canvas and steel frame, is quite heavy, and can reach 25 kg. Its use is restricted to camps and where there is no need to walk. Another feature is that your Assembly and disassembly is very labor intensive. It was formerly the only big tent option (for families) that existed in the market; Currently, there are other options of large tents, but lighter, compact and easy to assemble, so are rare structural tent models that follow.
• Canadian
• This model has a triangular format, usually with steel frame. Are quite durable and resistant, but bulky and heavy, and therefore, are not advisable for the camper that need to go long distances on foot to camp. As well as the widely used structural used in past decades, but due to their materials and weight ended up getting outdated.

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• These are the most basic models. In addition we could quote theautomotaveis tubular tents and GEODESIC and other more technological arise each day innovating this market. Many of these new wind up not coming in Brazil, but they are there for the outdoor world beyond our borders.