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It certainly seems a little tight. The wide end of the inner, at 140cm, is only just wide enough for 2 mats, and the measured 97cm (which roughly agrees with scaling the drawing) at the foot end is narrower than a pair of any rectangular mats I've seen. As the total length of the inner is 215cm, there isn't enough length to simply avoid putting full-length ...


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There are quite a few possibilities to pitch the fly sheet without the inner tent. Easiest are of course those tents which are specifically designed for this purpose, and this is what in my experience works flawlessly to keep your stuff dry over weeks in bad weather. However, as far as I can see the reason that you have to pitch the inner tent first with ...


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Certainly from UK suppliers and reviewers (example reviews) "outer first" is the term most commonly used. I've also seen (probably) US sources using this term. Terminology does vary, as in the UK the outer is also called the "fly sheet" while in some other countries "rain fly" is used. You might also consider "all-in-one" designs, where the inner and ...


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