Autentic in the North of France
This Moss Middle Bell Tent in the north of France was equally up to the challenge, remaining perfectly upright throughout the entire storm. This particular Bell Tent has been set up in the garden of our client for the last eight months, enduring all kinds of weather conditions. The canvas bell tent had not been additionally tightened or stretched in preparation for the storm – Autentic passes a second wind test without a hitch!
Tips for setting up your tent in windy conditions
Here are some useful tips on how to properly set up your tent when there’s a lot of wind:
- Close the doors of your tent in order to prevent wind from blowing into it.
- Tightly anchor your tent with ground pegs suitable for the type of soil on which the tent is set up.
- Tension the guyrunners firmly to avoid the tent flapping
- Place additional guypoints (guyline and anchor) in case of high winds
For us, Storm Eunice was the perfect opportunity to put an extra feature of our cotton canvas tents to the test. Of course, if such extreme weather conditions are forecast, we recommend that you still take down your glamping tent to prevent damage to your tent and the surroundings.
Storm Eunice is yet another example of how we at Autentic have designed and produced all our cotton canvas tents with the benefit of decades of expertise in designing and crafting tents of our parent company World of Tents. Carefully chosen durable materials and a meticulously conceived design result in a high-quality, high-performance product of which we at Autentic are very proud.