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What’s the Best Way to Heat a Tent in Winter?

In an effort to make winter camping trips a little easier—and a lot more comfortable—Wes Siler has spent years trying to find an affordable and safe solution to heating a tent. In this video, he explains why existing solutions like propane heaters are unnecessarily dangerous and actually work against your ability to stay warm, as well as why he’s given up on expensive, complex diesel heaters. So what actually works? Wes has a hunch that the unprecedented capacity of modern portable batteries may make running heated blankets and small space heaters practical for the first time. He recommends:
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