Tent
A tent is a shelter consisting of sheets of fabric or other material draped over, attached to a frame of poles or attached to a supporting rope. While smaller tents may be free-standing or attached to...
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UNDER THE WEATHER TENT
Pop up tent for cold and rainy days
Swag (bedroll)
In Australia and New Zealand, a swag is a portable sleeping unit. It is normally a bundle of belongings rolled in a traditional fashion to be carried by a foot traveller in the bush. Before motor tran...
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Goahti
A goahti (Norwegian: gamme, Finnish: kota, Swedish: kåta), also gábma, is a Sami hut or tent of three types of covering: fabric, peat moss or timber. The fabric-covered goahti looks very similar to a ...
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Tipi
A tipi (also tepee and teepee) is a conical tent, traditionally made of animal skins, and wooden poles. The tipi was used by the nomadic tribes/band governments of the Great Plains and Canadian Prairi...
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Sibley tent
The Sibley tent was invented by the American military officer Henry Hopkins Sibley and patented in 1856. Of conical design, it stands about 12 feet (3.7 m) high and 18 feet (5.5 m) in diame...
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Bell tent
A bell tent is a human shelter for inhabiting, traveling or leisure. The design is a simple structure, supported by a single central pole, covered with a cotton canvas. The stability of the tent is re...
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Tupiq
The tupiq (plural: tupiit, Inuktitut syllabics: ᑐᐱᖅ) is a traditional Inuit tent made from seal or caribou skin. Inuit must kill 5 to 10 ugjuk (bearded seals) to make a seal skin tent. If a man goes h...
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Truck tent
A Truck tent is a tent designed to be set up in the bed of a pickup truck. It was invented in 1990 by Roman Napieraj, founder of Napier Enterprises.For many years, campers had been constructing makesh...
Security tent
A security tent is a tent with opaque sides and noise-making or jamming devices designed to shield occupants from secret video cameras and covert listening devices.
Fly (tent)
A fly refers to the outer layer of a tent or to a piece of material which is strung up using rope as a minimalist, stand-alone shelter. In basic terms, a fly is a tent without walls. Purpose-made sta...
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Chum (tent)
A chum (pronounced "choom") is a temporary dwelling used by the nomadic Yamal-Nenets and Khanty reindeer herders of northwestern Siberia of Russia. The Evenks, Tungusic peoples, tribes, in Russia, Mon...
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Roof tent
A roof tent is an accessory which may be fitted to the roof of a motor vehicle which allows the users to sleep in relative safety and comfort above the vehicle, and leaves the internal load-space free...
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Loue (tent)
A loue (or loude) is an ultra-light Finnish open tent used to give shelter from wind and rain during rest stops or overnight camping during hikes. Loues are popular as one or two person shelters becau...
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Kohte
The Kohte (usual English paraphrase: German black tent) is the typical tent of German Scouting and the German Youth Movement. It has several unusual features, including its distinctive black colour - ...
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Spiegeltent
A Spiegeltent (Dutch for "Mirror Tent", from spiegel+tent) is a large travelling tent, constructed in wood and canvas and decorated with mirrors and stained glass, intended as an entertainment venue. ...
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Nomadic tents
Nomadic tents are a vital source of housing for nomads living in mountainous regions of Central Asia. They are usually made from yak wool that has been hand spun into yarn and takes about a year to ma...
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Yaranga
A Yaranga is a tent-like traditional mobile home of some nomadic Northern indigenous peoples of Russia, such as Chukchi and Siberian Yupik.A Yaranga is a cone-shaped or rounded reindeer-hide tent. It ...
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Tarp tent
A tarp tent is a tarpaulin, a plastic or nylon sheet, used in place of a tent. It is usually rigged with poles, tent pegs, and guy lines. Ultralight backpackers use tarp tents because they are light...
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Tent peg
A tent peg (or tent stake) is a spike, usually with a hook or hole on the top end, typically made from wood, metal, plastic, or composite material, pushed or driven into the ground for holding a tent ...
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