1. Buy a tent made of tightly knitted and crack-proof material. Tents are usually made of nylon, polyester, cotton canvas or cotton. Any one should be good, but consider making tents out of high Denier shock-proof nylon fabric. This is a better choice for all-round fabrics, because it is powerful/light/waterproof. Stay away from fabric that feels thinner.
2. Choose aluminium tent poles. Tent poles can be made of many different materials, including carbon composites or glass fibers. Aluminum poles are the strongest and most durable option, so go to tents with them. The disadvantage of getting aluminium rods is that they are a little heavy.
3.Find a tent with zippers. Before buying a tent, take a good look at the zippers on the doors and windows. If they look like zippers on pants, they are likely to be bundled or broken at some point. Strong zippers are crucial because they are part of your protection, just like the fabric and crevices of your tent. Double zippers are a good indication of quality.
4. Ensure the panels of ventilation network. Especially on days like summer, it's not fun to be trapped in a stuffy closed tent, overheated and insufficient air. Install a tent on the ceiling/door and/or window to ensure good airflow and prevent condensation.