Sleeps Two – TARPTENT FOR TWO?
Double your pleasure with these great Tarptents that sleep two. You and your partner, you and your dog, you and your pack or just you and more room. The Double Rainbow has been the best friend to many of our customers.
Sleeps More – THREE (or more) IS NOT A CROWD
Small families or a group of friends will enjoy our 3-person and 4-person tents — or perhaps you travel with your dog and lots of gear! In any event, Tarptent is right there with you.Plenty of space and sit-up room, Tarptents have grown up with you.
*Freestanding means that the structure stands on its own without the need for stakes. That means at least 3 points of contact and a structure that doesn’t collapse under it’s own weight. The definition is very loose here in the U.S. — a tent can still need to be staked for wind/rain, especially to deploy the fly vestibules — whereas in Europe the definition is tighter and generally means full fabric tensioning without stakes. The classic “dome tent” (with “X” poles from corner to corner) is freestanding on both continents whereas a modified dome with extended, non-pole-supported, vestibules would not be classified as freestanding in Europe. An additional pole over the top of a dome tent would tension the vestibules and make it free-standing in Europe. For our purposes, we will use the the looser U.S. definition.