SE 9NRC10 Galvanized Non-Rust Tent Peg Stakes with Green Stopper

The last thing you want while out camping is to have your tent walls. Or rain covers flapping with the wind and becoming unstable in bad weather. This makes it absolutely important to ensure that you invest in good anchoring gear of which pegs. And stakes are probably the most important. The SE 9NRC10 Galvanized Non-Rust Tent Peg Stakes with Green Stopper set is an amazing option from best tent accessories, below are a few features that justify this.

Features

  • Hook and Rope-Stringing Eyelet
    This allows attachment is a wide variety of tent framing materials from hooked rods to tough rope.
  • Tapered Stake End
    This allows it to easily penetrate the ground while being set up. The stake also has a milled surface ensuring that it does not slide back up when the ground becomes wet and slippery.
  • Stake Made of Galvanized Steel
    This makes it resistant to rust and other forms of corrosion ensuring durability and resilience even in wet soil and in rainy weather.
  • Hard PVC Head
    The head material allows hammering without risk of damage to the peg.

Why You Need SE 9NRC10 Galvanized Non-Rust Tent Peg Stakes with Green Stopper?

You need a good set of peg stakes mainly to ensure firm anchorage when setting up your tent. This stability and firm support is especially important when you choose a harsh weather site for your camping. The peg stakes ensure that your tent stands upright throughout; whether it’s raining or shining.

How to Use SE 9NRC10 Galvanized Non-Rust Tent Peg Stakes with Green Stopper?

To use the SE 9NCR10 peg stakes, you will need a hammer or you could improvise and use a rock to drive them into the ground. The first thing you need to do is to ensure that the frame poles are properly inserted along the defined tent edges. You will then use the peg stakes to root the tent to the ground and firmly hold it in place. The rods and rope holding the tent are attached to the peg part and the stake portion is driven into the ground using either the hammer or the rock. Once you are satisfied the tent is balanced and firmly supported, your work is done. When setting down, you start my detaching the tent then removing the pegs to avoid damaging the tent by suddenly collapsing it.

Last updated on December 13, 2017 8:14 am
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