Reddit Reddit reviews Coleman Tent Kit

We found 5 Reddit comments about Coleman Tent Kit. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Coleman Tent Kit
Four 10-in. steel tent pegs with flat striking head to secure your tentRubber mallet to comfortably secure stakes in the groundNesting hand broom and dustpan to help keep dirt and debris off tent floorSteel rod stake puller to easily pull stakesAll kit tent essentials fit inside included mesh carry bag
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5 Reddit comments about Coleman Tent Kit:

u/ugnaught · 9 pointsr/bonnaroo

> wondering if Bonnaroo has any sort of plan in place for extreme weather like severe thunderstorms or tornadoes

Not really, other than stopping shows and asking people to evacuate enclosed areas like the cinema tent and smaller fenced off areas like pits by the front of stage.

> What are your recommendations for being weather ready at Bonnaroo?

  • We bring cheap but large rain boots with us every year. Something like these. Maybe go to Wal Mart or something and see if you can find cheaper. Because when the rain really comes down and makes everything a mud pit...crap like a pair of Crocs or flip flops just isn't going to cut it. I want to stomp around and not worry about it.

  • Bring more than enough socks to last you the weekend. I usually bring like 8 pairs. Just in case. Honestly, once you get past your feet, rain isn't going to do much to you other than maybe make you a little chilly. But it will fuck your feet up (NSFL pic of what happens to wet feet in wet shoes over a long weekend). So just make sure to keep your feet as dry and clean as possible when the weather is nasty.

  • Make sure you have things to secure your tent/canopy. Nothing like having your canopy fly away in the middle of a thunderstorm. Buy a cheap kit like this. And then maybe some extra stakes. And then secure the shit out of your campsite.

  • Depending on the size of your tent, get a cheap military style cot. If your tent fills up with mud and water, this will keep you very happy. We started bringing cots a few years ago and they are freaking fantastic. No sleeping in dirt or mud.

  • Buy a semi-decent lightweight poncho and bring it with you. Stash it in your backpack. It will likely be the same price as those cheap plastic ones they will sell inside the venue. But will last you more than one use.

    edit: a couple more pictures to show you what a wet bonnaroo looks like. 1. 2. 3. 4.
u/jojewels92 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Tyara, I'm not used to the username yet.

/u/Alligator_Pie is fucking amazing. She is so funny and cool. And incredibly generous and kind.

She needs this from her Camping wishlist.

u/lizzie5464 · 2 pointsr/bonnaroo

I just ordered this pretty neat kit. Mallets retail over 10 bucks usually, just by themselves.

u/ATL_Jilm · 1 pointr/CampingGear

The tent kit your referring to is this one?

u/sneevley · 1 pointr/CampingGear

I got this little tent kit along with the tent, and it's been pretty useful, especially the mallet and dust pan. I also got a little 2'x3' carpet from a garage sale I keep outside the tent for shoes so it doesn't get too dirty inside. I haven't used it in the rain yet, but it was pretty good venting wise! It's screen on all four sides if you unzip all the privacy flaps. Since there were just the two of us and it was car camping, I actually just brought two twin sized air mattresses with a battery powered blower to inflate them. When you're at a music festival camping for five days, you want to be comfy enough to enjoy the little sleep you actually get haha