A pop up tent introduced by pop up tent manufacturers is a recent revolution in the camping and backpacking scene. It’s an instant canopy that can be propped up with ease without having to set up individual tent poles like a traditional tent. While regular tents will have you scratching your head and rereading the instruction manual, an instant tent provides quick setup and takedown. No hassle, no problem.
Everyone loves to go into the great outdoors, but not everyone has as much fun setting up a canopy tent. The least fun part of camping is often the camping tent. Complaints about a traditional tent often involve tent fabric getting hitched in tent poles, pole length that’s hard to figure out, and tent stake design that makes it hard to hold down. But unless you and your friends are looking to sleep under the stars, bringing some kind of backpacking tent with you is a necessity. After all, you can’t put sleeping bags in a tent frame that’s not propped up.
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Pop up tents seek to solve this problem by making shelter setup accessible to everyone. Having an instant tent means no one has to struggle with the instructions or worry about threading the correct tent pole. It also means you won’t be exhausted while setting up the tent at the end of a long hike. A well-designed pop up canopy fits easily in a carry bag, often comes with a mesh window for ventilation, is waterproof, uses a heavy-duty frame tent design, and helps improve the quality of your camping trip.
There are even a variety of sizes, ranging from small canopies to a spacious 4 person tent. Whether your outdoor event is nearby or far away, having an instant cabin tent can drastically improve your experience.