What’s the definition of a four-person tent?
The left-brained people among you may believe that it’s a tent designed for four people to sleep in. If that’s the case, you obviously don’t work for a tent manufacturer, many of whom assume (erroneously) that they’re designing tents for slim, five-foot-five campers who are happy to bunk in head to toe and aren’t fussed about personal space.
To complicate things further, one manufacturer’s three-person tent may be smaller than another manufacturer’s two-person tent. And don’t get me started on one-and-a-half person tents. Just which half of the second person are you supposed to chop off?