1. Pick tents based on the most difficult and harsh conditions you may encounter. For example, although you don't plan to camp in the winter, if you have an outdoor event to take place in late autumn, you should pick a 4 quarter account or convertible account.
2. The 4 quarter accounts are usually 10% to 20% higher than the 3 quarter accounts (mainly due to the extra account post). The convertible account allows you to increase or decrease your account according to the situation and adjust the ventilation.
3. Self-supporting tents (without the need of external support) are very easy to use. You can easily move its position or shake off fallen leaves, dust, snow on the tent. Too lightweight tents are often difficult to support themselves.
4. The capacity of the tent. Each manufacturer has its own capacity standard. The actual capacity is often smaller than the marked capacity. For example, an account with a capacity of 2 people tends to be quite crowded after accommodating the next two adults who are physically strong and their equipment.
5. It is recommended to use a tarpaulin or a floor cloth to extend the life of the tent base fabric.