You will notice that this “”Pop-Up”” tent by Outdoor Connection features an extra roof-pole than most pop-up tents – this gives the tent extra strength and better water shedding capacity. Also featuring more ventilation options than most pop up tents with low-set “”Ventraflow”” panels on either side of the tent, an triangular storm-covered ventilation panels next to the doors which can all be left open even when it is raining. These measures are extremely helpful when trying to keep condensation to a minimum when it is raining – otherwise it could well be raining condensation inside your tent! With a large D door with insect-proof mesh at either end of the tent there is plenty of ventilation for those hot summer nights. A handy vestibule area at either end is a great place to store clothes and shoes out of the elements at night. Have a look at this easy to follow guide on how to unpack and pack down a pop up tent!