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A wall tent, also known as an outfitter tent, safari tent, or sheep herder tent is a type of tent that has four straight vertical walls that provide more headroom than traditional pyramid-shaped tents. Wall tents are typically made of a heavy canvas and are used by hunters because they can accommodate several people and their supplies. Wall tents are suitable as a four-season tent, as they are able to accommodate a wood stove. Wall tents are commonly used in Civil War reenactments, and, in recent years, have also become used for glamping. Frames may be either internal or external. Tents are light weight yet sturdy. They are easy to carry & not too difficult when comes to set up.
Been doing quite a bit of research on wall tents, tipis and tent stoves, etc. and wanted to create a thread dedicated to the discussion of such things. Please share your experiences, do’s & dont’s, product recommendations, brands to stay away from or anything else of value.
I’d like to...