1. The size of the tent The appropriate space for the tent is the most important indicator for choosing a tent. How tall are you? When you are comfortable lying in a sleeping bag, can the tent provide enough length? Is the vertical space enough? Do you feel awkward when you sit in it? You plan to spend it in the tent. The longer you have, the more space you need for the tent.
If you go to a cold place and might want to prepare dinner in a tent, you need a tent with a special vent. Cooking a little hot coffee or instant noodles can make you feel comfortable, but if you use a stove in a tent, there must be enough space in the tent to keep it safe. Tent manufacturers often overestimate the number of people a tent can accommodate. A tent that is nominally used by 1 or 2 people often means that it is sufficient when used by one person; but when two people use it, they may have to throw all the food and food out of the tent. This is a problem that must be considered when purchasing a tent.
2. The weight of the tent When buying a tent, don't forget to bring the tent to your camping spot. If you are traveling by car, it means you can live comfortably because you can bring a heavier tent; but if the tent is to be carried on the shoulder all day, the weight problem becomes a major problem. Bringing a tent that is too heavy and exceeds the need can only bring pain to the journey.