If you’re on the hunt for a new, reliable tent for your next trip, you’re in the right place. Our extensive range of sturdy two-person tents perfect for the great outdoors! Shop wild camping tents, backpacking tents and everything in between.
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Just like camping trips, no two tents are the same. There are so many variations between brands and styles of tents that you might feel like you have to try all the tents to find the perfect one for you.
Thankfully, Wood To Water has all the best two-person tents in one place!
Whether you're a wild camper and need a great tent for windy weather, or a casual camper who wants more of a spacious interior, we have the tent for you.
Although a 2 person tent has the capacity for two people, that doesn't mean you have to share. A two-person tent can be the perfect option for solo campers.
The 3Fulgear Lanshan 2 Classic Tent is a perfect example of this. It's an ideal tent if you want a slightly more spacious interior or you need a bigger tent to comfortably accommodate your camping gear.
The size of the tent body isn't the only important factor that you need to consider. You also need to think about the shape of the tent.
Both of these shapes create a super lightweight tent that can withstand various weather conditions. Some trooper tents don't feature an inner tent, which makes them incredibly lightweight – perfect backpacking tents for wild camping.
Find the best 2-man tents from Wood To Water's extensive range, and get ready for your next adventure.
If you are looking for a tent that will comfortably fit two people, a good general rule of thumb to follow is to allow 20 square feet of space for each adult in the tent. This means that you might need a more spacious tent for a dual camp trip.
Most 2 person tents will fit two people inside, although you might not have much room left for your camping gear. Not all 2-man tents are the same size though, so just check the measurements to see whether it's going to be a roomy fit.
When looking for a tent, it is very important to consider the hydrostatic head of the tent body (how much rain the tent's fabric can withstand before it is compromised).
As a general rule, 2000 - 3000mm should be able to cope with average rainfall in the UK. However, the higher the hydrostatic head, the more protected you will be. The more heavy-duty materials are used, the more durable and waterproof a tent should be.
Size is obviously going to be number 1 priority. Make sure the camping tent has enough room to fit your sleeping arrangements and other gear and luggage inside. Materials should be your next consideration. Choose a tent that uses durable and waterproof materials.