How to make a summer festival two person tent

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Make a festival two person tent this summer! Coleman manufactures several two-person tents. All use a simple two-pole design and are relatively easy to erect. One person can assemble the two-person models in a short period of time, but two people make the job much easier. The tents have a single door and an included rain fly for inclement weather. The Sundome tent has a door mat and the Hooligan model has a vestibule for gear storage.


How to make a summer festival two person tent

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Make a festival two person tent this summer! Coleman manufactures several two-person tents. All use a simple two-pole design and are relatively easy to erect. One person can assemble the two-person models in a short period of time, but two people make the job much easier. The tents have a single door and an included rain fly for inclement weather. The Sundome tent has a door mat and the Hooligan model has a vestibule for gear storage.


Select a flat area for the tent site. Remove debris and objects from the ground area to create a smooth sleeping surface. Remove the tent, poles, stakes and rain fly from the stuff sack.


Set the tent body on the ground and spread out the material. Rotate the tent until the door faces the direction you desire. Use a rock to pound stakes through the ground loops. Stretch the material as you go to create a tight floor.


Assemble the two tent poles by connecting the individual pole segments. Slide the poles through the diagonal sleeves to create an "X". Place the pins on the pole corners into the ends of each pole. The poles will bend and you will have erected the main body of the tent.


Attach the hook style clips located on the tent body to the tent poles. This will tighten the fabric on the tent body.


Lay the rain fly on top of the tent. Rotate the fly until the side with the web grommets aligns with the door. Attach the guy lines on the fly to the each corner of the tent. Place the short pole inside of the web grommets to create a peak over the door.


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