Pole 2-3 pers Tent

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POLE 2-3 PERS TENT

Have you bought a pole tent recently and you have a question or you have a problem with your tent? Don't worry, we are here to support you.

This information is compatible with all our MH100 pole tent models.

First adventures: our advice

What should i check before leaving?

To avoid any unpleasant surprises when you get to pitch your tent, it's a good idea to carry out a few checks so you can set off with peace of mind.

- Take your tent out of its bag to air it and reduce any bad odours, and clean it if necessary (see our maintenance advice below).
- Check the condition of your equipment: make sure that none of the tent poles are broken, that the guy ropes are not faulty, that you are not missing any tent pegs, etc.
- Examine the fabric and the groundsheet to check that there are no holes
- Check the condition of the zips to see if they are working properly

Where to pitch my tent?

Before pitching your tent, it is essential to choose an appropriate spot.So, we have listed some tips to help you find the perfect spot :

- Look for a flat and relatively clear ground (no stones, branches ...) to sleep well and not damage your tent
- Avoid pitching too close to a water point for many reasons: humidity, insects, possible rising water…
- Limit exposure to the wind so that it doesn't shake too much and opt for a relatively sheltered location such as undergrowth for example. Always place the entrance of your tent with your back to the wind
- Pitch in a place where the sun shines in the morning so as not to be cold in cool temperatures.

How to pitch your tent?

It's important to prepare the base well to make pitching your tent easier. Stretch out the tent on the ground with its lower hooks to get a smooth surface which will help it to expand properly. Also, assemble the poles together before putting them through the sleeves for quick and efficient assembly.

Don't stretch the guy ropes too much and leave them relatively flexible so that your tent is more resistant to gusts of wind.

The pegs must be planted at 45° in the opposite direction of the tent to anchor to the ground better.

How weather resistant is my tent?

All our tents are tested in a laboratory to validate their waterproofness: a first test is carried out for 3 hours under 200 L of water per hour and per square met. The second test is carried out in real conditions by our experts.

As far as wind resistance is concerned, our tents are also tested in a wind tunnel on a turntable.

To see the specific characteristics of your tent model, please consult the product sheets available on the Decathlon website.

What is the fresh & black technology?

More freshness and darkness to sleep better! Fresh & Black is a technology patented by Decathlon which allows the sun's rays to reflect and isolate light using specific materials. Therefore, we reduce the feeling of heat in your tent. To make the most of this technology, don't forget to ventilate your tent in the evening!

How to prevent condensation?

Recurring rain throughout the day, hot air that persists when the outside temperature drops, body heat… these are factors that can create condensation inside your tent. To avoid this phenomenon, here's some advice:

- Open the vents of your tent as much as possible, even when it's raining
- Avoid any creases when pitching your tent, as these favour the concentration of water drops
- Do not pitch your tent too close to a water point but rather in a sheltered place where temperature and humidity are regulated.

To remove the condensation already present, gently wipe off the droplets with a cloth and ventilate your tent as much as possible. Open the door until it can dry out.

I look after my pole tent

looking after a 2-3 pers pole tent

Using it correctly

Before pitching your tent, leave the front door closed to avoid stretching the canvas too much when you pitch the poles Do not tighten the guy ropes too much because too much tension on the canvas could damage it. Finally, do not leave the tent too exposed to the sun because UV light causes premature wear.

Cleaning

Do not use any cleaning products to wash your tent, but rather plain or soapy water if necessary. Make sure you rinse it well when you've finished.

Drying

It is important to dry your tent well after cleaning it to avoid traces of mildew. If you have room at home, assemble it completely, open all the doors so that it dries quicker. If, on the contrary, you run out of space, detach the pieces one by one and extend them.
Finally, remember to dry the cover as well.

Storing

Store your tent in a dry place at room temperature. Remember to close the front door to prevent your tent from being too tight when you put it up again.

Re-waterproofing

Several factors can affect the waterproofness level of your tent, such as exposure to the sun, friction inside the cover or even natural wear.
Therefore, we advise you to apply a waterproofing spray on the canvas at least once a year.

I repair my tent in a workshop

Take advantage of the expertise of our teams and make an appointment online to benefit from one of the following workshop services.

I repair my pole tent on my own

Choose the model of your tent and find all the compatible spare parts so you can carry out the repairs yourself. To repair the poles, there is a diagram that you can use to identify the faulty part and find out the correct length.

Mh100 grey 2 pers

Consult the technical diagram and find the dimensions of your poles by clicking here.

MH100 grey 2P Tent
Mh100 fresh & black 2 pers

Consult the technical diagram and find the dimensions of your poles by clicking here.

MH100 Fresh & Black 2P Tent
Mh100 grey 3 pers

Consult the technical diagram and find the dimensions of your poles by clicking here.

MH100 grey 3P tent
Mh100 fresh & black 3 pers

Consult the technical diagram and find the dimensions of your poles by clicking here.

MH100 Fresh & Black 3P Tent
Mh100 fresh & black xl 2 pers

Consult the technical diagram and find the dimensions of your poles by clicking here.

Mh100 fresh & black xl 3 pers

Consult the technical diagram and find the dimensions of your poles by clicking here.

Mh100 ultra fresh dark green 3 pers

Consult the technical diagram and find the dimensions of your poles by clicking here.

Quechua arpenaz fresh & black xl 2 pers

Consult the technical diagram and find the dimensions of your poles by clicking here.

Quechua Arpenaz FB XL 2P Tent
Quechua arpenaz fresh & black 2 pers

Consult the technical diagram and find the dimensions of your poles by clicking here.

Quechua Arpenaz FB 2P Tent
Quechua arpenaz green 2 pers

Consult the technical diagram and find the dimensions of your poles by clicking here.

Quechua Arpenaz 2P Green
Quechua arpenaz fresh & black xl 3 pers

Consult the technical diagram and find the dimensions of your poles by clicking here.

Quechua Arpenaz FB XL 3P
Quechua arpenaz fresh & black 3 pers

Consult the technical diagram and find the dimensions of your poles by clicking here.

Quechua Arpenaz FB 3P
Quechua arpenaz 3p green

Consult the technical diagram and find the dimensions of your poles by clicking here.

Quechua Arpenaz 3P Green

A RIP HAS FORMED IN MY FLYSHEET OR MY BEDROOM

You just need to apply a patch or adhesive to fill the hole. We recommend that you apply them on the inside of your flysheet or your bedroom for better adhesion.

I resell my pole tent second hand

You've stopped using your tent and don't know what to do with it? Rather than throwing it away, don't hesitate to resell it second-hand on the Decathlon Second-hand platform! Fill in all the information about your product online. We will therefore offer you the best sales solutions, then you can drop off your product in the store to finalize the procedure.

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