A surplus of army tents built for dependency and versatility makes it perfect for camping trips. Tents designed for army use are available to the public and many that are made for family camping trips are currently modeled after specifications that were originally intended for military use.
Surplus military tents
Enthusiasts from the Florida Everglades to the Colorado Mountains can take advantage of the durability of these important sanctuaries for camping.
Tents that are built according to the specifications of army use will vary depending on how they will be used. For example, those made for humid conditions in the Everglades will vary from those built for winter in Colorado. So you will want to know what your needs are when shopping for a camping shelter.
Army tents are becoming popular because they are resistant to various weather conditions, the prices are very cheap, and withstand well even when used every day.
The skeletal style of the army from the days of World War II has come so far as simple to form. At present, army surplus tents made for camping trips are easily installed and made with 2 people, 4 people, or larger and often use dome-style frame structures.
The outer cover is usually a polyester fabric and basic military camouflage. Depending on the intended use, military style tents can come with insulation on the roof (cold weather) or ventilation (hot and humid conditions).
Surplus army tents are fun for kids, and while choosing your shelter should be something you do based on comparison if you are looking for versatility, ease of use and endurance then don't neglect army style.