How to Avoid Condensation in Tents

Nighttime temperatures have dropped in the regions where many of us live and play. This change in temperature brings up a question our tent team hears all the time: Why is the inside of my tent wet in the morning, even when it’s dry outside? The answer is phase change! This MSR video explains the phenomenon as we experience it in the backcountry. It also covers what you can do to reduce condensation in your tent. And for those of you who don’t take condensation in tents seriously, trust us it can be in tents!

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