ROLLING VS. STUFFING – The jury remains to be out on which methodology of packing up tents is greatest for longevity. Folding your tent into thirds and rolling it with the poles within the middle protects the poles and will be gentler on the tent cloth than cramming it into the bag. As you begin to roll, use your hand to comb away filth, sand, pine needles or any particles, as you proceed to roll.
Carefully stuffing your tent right into a stuff sack is an alternative choice. It’s fast and simple to do that on the path (particularly when a tent is moist) and doesn’t put stress on the identical spots time and again like folding and rolling does. Switching backwards and forwards between these two strategies – stuffing on the path and rolling for storage after cleansing/drying – is an effective glad medium.