To some extent, yes. All tents (ground or roof) can develop condensation.
Our tents are a breathable poly-cotton canvas but condensation is simply a product of warm air inside the tent hitting the cold walls of the tent. Clearly this is basically unavoidable! The best way to avoid condensation is to properly ventilate your tent while you sleep overnight.
The Falcon and Sparrow tents all include an anti-condensation mat below the mattress as well to further help ventilation. The Condor tents do not include this as they have more natural ventilation due to the tent design itself (no condensation mat is compatible with the Condor tents either).
Click here for our complete guide about battling condensation!