Beach trips, endless adventures, longer daylight hours and balmy nights. These are just a few things that come to mind when we think of summer. The hottest season of the year proves to be the most popular time to enjoy the great outdoors but with this comes those soaring temperatures, high humidity levels and quiet often, wild weather.
It's important to be prepared for anything when hitting the road this summer and choosing the right tent for the season can ensure you have a cool, comfortable and safe stay during your time away. We've come up with a guide to help you find the right tent for you.
Each Tasman tent in the Evolution Series offers plenty of ventilation thanks to the mesh inner which allows you to keep cool and dry in hot or humid conditions. They're lightweight, compact and convenient, making them perfect for backyard camp outs with the kids and those quick weekends away.
Make the most of those clear, starry nights with a Skygazer tent this summer. Simply roll back the fly for insect-free stargazing and optimal ventilation when the weather conditions permit. Full height zip-open side windows allows hot air to escape and breeze to flow directly through the tent and Velcro storm flaps help protect the windows from wind driven rain.
Fast Frame Roamer Series
Do you struggle with summers (very) early sunrise? If you said yes, then a Fast Frame Roamer Cabin 5 may very well be the perfect tent for you. Roamers are a classic, cabin style tent with modern Fast Frame pitching and feature an all new black out technology. The ProBlack Coating on the fly reduces UV rays and light from penetrating the outer layer of the tent, which not only lowers the internal temperature on those hot summer days, it also creates a low-light environment allowing for a longer, more restful nights sleep.
Offering numerous sleeping configurations and room layouts, the Family Series of tents are suited to both small and big families. They're spacious, offer large awning areas for additional shade and feature an all-season polyester inner which provides ventilation in the summer and also retains heat in the winter.