examples of tents 
Tents: portable waterproof soft-sided shelters that are stretched taut over a frame and temporarily pitched outdoors.
Tent where the canvas is stretched taut on both sides of a summit rod, which is supported by two poles.
Small post that is driven into the ground to hold the tent in place.
One of the fabric circles attached to the tent’s outer edge; stakes are driven through the loops to anchor the tent to the ground.
Elasticized cable used to stretch the canvas taut and anchor it to the ground.
Piece of canvas covering the entrance to the tent.
Long vertical post supporting the top of the tent.
Part of the tent covered by the rainfly.
Piece of waterproof canvas that covers the inner tent; it protects it from rain and provides an extra layer of insulation.
Canvas floor sewn into the bottom of the tent; it protects the interior from ground dampness and runoff.