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How do I prevent condensation in my tent?

Ventilation / Moisture Control

The key to stopping moisture and condensation in your tent is good airflow.  Ventilating the tent during use and while it is pitched will allow moisture to leave and stop it settling on the inner tent.  Due to the flexibility of the tent door zips you can create good circulation through the breathable inner allowing the Vestibule Ventilation Hood (VVH) to keep the weather out whilst encouraging airflow around the tent.  A footprint can be used to reduce the moisture accumulation on the groundsheet, especially in inclement weather or when pitching on snow.

Created: Sep 30, 2011

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