The cold weather base camp tents with stove give you the best protection from the cold climatic conditions that exist around your base camp in the mountainous regions. The design and construction of the tent retains heat, provides comfort and balances your body temperature within the normal range.
The main features of the tent include the thermal insulation, dimension and inner space, pole configuration, doors and vestibules, the stove, and the ventilation factors.
Canvas, nylon, polyurethane, and other synthetic fiber materials provide tensile strength, flexibility, light weight, softness, and stress withstanding capacity. When installed, it can withstand the wind speed on the mountain terrains to a considerable extent.
Lightweight tents are ideal for single occupancy, while group and family tents naturally weigh more due to the vast range of materials used.
The inbuilt stove works on gas or battery, depending on the brand and model. It generates warmth and heat based on the temperature settings you make. Gas stoves come with steel construction, burner, fuel- tank and control knobs. The ignition stone lights the stove and the burner provides heat.
The stove dimension varies, depending on the tent size and the number of occupants.
The cold weather tents with stoves come equipped with mountable or floor stoves. The size and weight of the floor model will be naturally higher than the hanging model.
The stoves come with self extinguishing mode when they accidentally fall or break down. The dousing of the fire ensures protection from physical damages to the tent and risks for the occupants.
The tent doors are made of high density canvas with metallic zippers on the three sides. The fourth side is sealed. Some models of the cold weather tents with stoves may use straps to make it easy for opening and closing.