What is the difference between double decker tents and three-layer tents
A tent is a must-have for camping in the wild. It can prevent wind, rain, mosquitoes, and keep warm. It is divided into three different structures: single-layer, double-layer and three-layer. So what is the difference between single-layer, double-layer and three-layer tents, follow the editor to see. The manufacturing process of single-layer tents is relatively simple, and its biggest feature is lightness, economy and small size.
The difference between double decker tents and single layer is that a layer of inner tent with better air permeability is added to the design. In the cooler season, the heat removed by the human body will condense water drops on the inner wall of the tent under the action of the air outside the tent. If it is a single-layer tent, the water drops will flow down the inner wall of the tent and wet the sleeping bag. After adding the inner tent, the outer tent is not directly connected with the inner tent. At this time, the heat emitted by the human body will pass through the inner tent, so that the water condensed on the outer tent will flow into the ground, which is a good solution to the inner wall of the single-layer tent. The problem of condensation.
The design of the three-layer tent is to add a layer of cotton tent in the inner tent, which further enhances the thermal effect. Even if the outdoor environment is around minus 10 degrees, because of the protection of the cotton tents, the temperature in the tents can be maintained at about zero degrees, so that the temperature in the tent is not too low.
When the ambient temperature is above 5°C, it is more suitable to use a single-layer tent. When the ambient temperature is lower than 5°C, it is best to use a double-layer or three-layer tent to prevent water from forming on the inner wall of the tent and avoid frostbite.