Zdarsky tent

Zdar·​sky tent | \ ˈst|ärskē-, ˈzd|, zəˈd|\

Definition of Zdarsky tent

: an especially prepared light sheet of cloth that is used for shelter instead of a tent

called also bivouac sheet

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History and Etymology for Zdarsky tent

after Mathias Zdarsky †1940 Austrian skiing expert

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