How to add internal guylines to your LFD, Kahiltna Dome, or BFD
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Tents with high wind profiles, like our big domes, can be vulnerable in strong wind events. Internal guylines are a great way to reinforce your tent during strong winds or snow loading. They can be installed once and left up until they’re needed without having to re-install them every time the tent is set up or taken down. Especially when used in conjunction with traditional external guylines, internal guylines help your dome withstand far more severe winds and snow loading than it otherwise could. This video runs you through internal guyline installation in our big domes, and also explains some of the theory behind internal guylines.
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