Token wrote:Camo netting won't help much shading a tent. Most camo is 40% shade. To keep a tent cool you need full shade.
Spreader bars for camo are usually sold at the same surplus merchants. They work as if they were designed for the camo.
TomServo wrote:All you need is 4 posts, either PVC or steel Conduit, some rope and rebar. Keep wind resistance in mind. If you want 100% shade, build a box. But id still consider netting!
Token wrote:Oh its great for general shade, sitting under, breeze and all. I double mine up.
Problem with tents in camo shade is that the solar oven effect happens in the tent unless the shade is complete, 100%.
You might gain 15 minutes or half hour extra sleep if that is the goal.
I guess it's better than nothing.
Zeke Chaparral wrote:I bought a camo net recently. I think I'll drape it over our pub mainly for decoration.
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