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  • Which hot tent should I buy, pomoly or snowtrekker?

    I want to buy a hot tent so that I can use it for the rest of the hunting season and also in the coming winter. I looked at a lot of hot tent with stove jack, and finally found that pomoly and snowtrekker are suitable for me. But I don't know about their product experience. Can anyone know which of these two brands is better?

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    I know nothing about pomoly, but can't say enough good things about my Snowtrekker and the folks who make them.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by bigryker View Post
      I want to buy a hot tent so that I can use it for the rest of the hunting season and also in the coming winter. I looked at a lot of hot tent with stove jack, and finally found that pomoly and snowtrekker are suitable for me. But I don't know about their product experience. Can anyone know which of these two brands is better?
      The Lonewolf 902 Youtube channel has done many videos on Pomoly tipi and tent offerings. All hot tents. Along with their stoves. They currently offer a 70% cotton 30% polyester versions of their larger tipi and the small one. Go take a look. He seems to like them.

      Cheers

      Brian

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      • #4
        If your tent season is mainly in winter, then Pomoly hot tent is a good choice.

        Pomoly hot tent fabric is made of 300D Oxford cloth with a silver-coated layer, which has an excellent thermal insulation effect.

        This is Pomoly Hot tent. Can refer to.
        The difference between canvas and 300D Oxford cloth is that 300D Oxford cloth has good warmth retention and is easy to clean, but it has slightly lower air permeability. Canvas is characterized by poor warmth retention, but strong air permeability, but it is not easy to clean.

        So if your camping environment is sunny, mainly not in winter, the budget is sufficient. Snowtrekker's canvas tent is a good choice.

        If you are camping in winter, or the camping site often rains. Pomoly hot tent is the best choice for cloth.

        Finally, it depends on whether you prefer a wall tent or a Tipi tent. And the number of people you use.
        Last edited by Heavy Duty; 09-18-2020, 11:32 AM. Reason: removed links

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Camper Jason View Post
          If your tent season is mainly in winter, then Pomoly hot tent is a good choice.

          Pomoly hot tent fabric is made of 300D Oxford cloth with a silver-coated layer, which has an excellent thermal insulation effect.

          This is Pomoly Hot tent. Can refer to.
          The difference between canvas and 300D Oxford cloth is that 300D Oxford cloth has good warmth retention and is easy to clean, but it has slightly lower air permeability. Canvas is characterized by poor warmth retention, but strong air permeability, but it is not easy to clean.

          So if your camping environment is sunny, mainly not in winter, the budget is sufficient. Snowtrekker's canvas tent is a good choice.

          If you are camping in winter, or the camping site often rains. Pomoly hot tent is the best choice for cloth.

          Finally, it depends on whether you prefer a wall tent or a Tipi tent. And the number of people you use.
          Sounds like there’s a whole load of us been doing it wrong all these years. Thanks for putting me straight.
          Last edited by Heavy Duty; 09-18-2020, 11:32 AM. Reason: removed links

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          • #6
            I’ve never met anyone who regretted buying a snowtrekker.

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            • #7
              I have many tents and still love my snowtrekker, it's beautifully engineered and manufactured. However it may not fit everyone's style of camping. Best thing is to sleep in the tent you're intending to buy. I'm not sure who has the pomoly tent. Also, beware some you-tube channels are nothing but shill reviews on products that are given to them.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by bigryker View Post
                I want to buy a hot tent so that I can use it for the rest of the hunting season and also in the coming winter. I looked at a lot of hot tent with stove jack, and finally found that pomoly and snowtrekker are suitable for me. But I don't know about their product experience. Can anyone know which of these two brands is better?
                You can't go wrong with a Snowtrekker. Built bomber tough, reasonably lightweight, great quality, breathable, easy to set up and take down. Price may seem a bit stiff, but you get what you pay for, and they hold their value for resale.

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