In order to make glamping tents winter-proof, there are a few precautions you need to consider. In order for it to pass as a winter tent, it should, for example, have an outer and inner tent in order for it to withstand and offer double protection against snow.
Addtionally, a winter-proof tent needs to be waterproof.
- 0 - 800 mm of water: water-repellent (but not waterproof)
- 800 - 5,000 mm of water: waterproof in rain (does not withstand high water pressure, for example during heavy rain)
- 5,000 - 15,000 mm: withstands heavy rain and various types of water pressure
In order for the family tent to be suitable as a winter-proof glamping tent, it should also be heatable in addition to offering sufficient storage space and a large selection of seating options. Children prefer a warm place and an adventurous tent shape, such as a teepee. A large tent for the family that can be used all year round should be able to withstand cold temperatures and still offer sufficient ventilation. With an awning, you can also sit outside the tent during light rain while it also serves as sun protection if necessary. With its winter-proof glamping tents, STROHBOID addresses
exactly these needs. A comfortable alternative for year-round use that meets all requirements for winter.