For the past ten years I've been selling tents for a living. I know the one I would suggest you take.
The Canvas models are heavy. And they take up a lot of space. I would suggest a Nylon tent. I use a Hilleberg Atlas for my family. It's large, and we can stand up in it. Also has a built in liner. Eureka makes some great tents. I still have my first tent I ever bought from Eureka and it still works well. over 20 years ago. Two man green tent.
You can have something made for you??
My first question to you would be.
What do you want to do with this tent?
One you can carry in teh 4x4?
If you want a 2 man light weight tent, then there are lots out there. But! Buy eithe rone made in the USA or in Europe. Just a suggestion. Although you will pay more.
If you want a large family tent, go to Cabelas, and see their hunting tents. They also have a line of Canvas tents, that you can put a pot belly stove inside. I like these types myself, and although they will never be warm enough to get naked inside, they will be more comfortable then one without a heater.. You can also get cots, to get you off of th eground, and even foam or insulated matresses, with a good winter bag to sleep inside.
Here's an example of a Cabelas sold Eureka tent for transporting int he car.
Here's a Cabelas canvas Walled Tent.
Very nice.. reminds me of the Army.
Cabelas Nylon Hunting Tent.
Kifaru's line of TiPi Tents.
Expencive but very light.. and they have wood burning stoves.
If you would liek some advice, let me know.
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