What is there to know about your tent?

    Stretch the groundsheet with its pegs to have a straight area. Having a perfect rectangle straight area is usually the best way to have a well-built tent in the end.

    You can think that for a better resistance to wind, you will have to straighten the ropes, but it is not the case, if the ropes are too tight, you will crush your tent and reduce the height and the space of the tent. This will also deform the door and damaged the zips.

    Put your pegs in the ground. For the pegs to stay in place, they'll have to be inclined by 45°, on the opposite direction of the tent.