Originally Posted by Runner
Breathability - I havent noticed any issues, and thats with two of us in the tent for long trips in various levels of humidity.
This is my main issue although Paul was saying that we are the only ones to experience it.
We also have a 1.4 evolution and over a 5 week trip last April across Europe and around Morocco had a very evident condensation problem with damp walls in the mornings.
My wife and I were sleeping under a large double duvet and generally always had the side windows partly open as recommended, but found it made little difference to the condensation levels.
It actually annoys me that you have to have the windows open for ventilation, which is the last thing you want when it is blowing a gale with horizontal rain on the plains above Midelt in early April - we had a miserable night and had to put on extra clothes to get to keep warm whilst our children in the Howling Moon were all jipped up and warm in the thicker breathable walls.
I love the MyWay tent and a lot of the innovation, but just wish they could change to some sort of breathable nylon fabric so that you can sleep with the windows zipped up.
Until I can find a solution to the condensation issue (or sensible suggestions from Paul/Jan) I can't recommend them - in the meantime I would suggest going for a tent with breatherable canvas - it may be heavier and more hassle to put up and take down but you will be fitter and warmer at the end of the day and the weight difference will be marginal compared to all the other kit you are likely to be taking on your trip.
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