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Pop up Tents

I don’t know about you but at Tents Camping we have noticed that pop up tents have become more and more popular in recent times.  This is probably due to their affordability, small size, portability and convenience.  The carbon fibre poles gives the tent great flexibility and strength which which makes the pop up tent very compact and, as the name suggests can be erected in a matter of seconds offering great protection from the vagaries of the British weather in an instant.

Pop up tents – on the beach

Unfortunately global warming has made us all aware of the damage the sun’s ultra violet rays have on our skin and in particular our children’s skin.  Pop up beach tents are a great way of sheltering your child’s skin from the sun’s damaging rays and also a great place to have a wee nap.  Also a beach pop up tent offers a great place to go and get changed or a sand free zone where you can make up the sandwiches which always seem to get sand in them.

Pop up tents – on the hillside

How many times have you been out walking in the hills and stopped to have lunch in the pouring rain not very pleasant is it?  Won’t it be nice if you could just for a few minutes get out of the rain, eat and change your socks in a dry place?  Well if you have a pop up tent in your day bag then you can.  Within a matter of seconds you could be dipping your Kendal Milk Cake into your warm cup of tea and refuelling yourself for the next challenge, getting out of the pop up tent and finishing your walk!  Many outdoor enthusiasts are using pop up tents as a great means of immediate shelter and with the portability and the protection they offer who can blame them.

Pop up tents – campsite

Pop up tents should not be just classed as a novelty item or temporary shelter.  Many manufacturers are embracing the concept of an instant tent and designing pop up tents which are capable of being slept in and used just like a conventional tent.

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