38938RE: [backpackgeartesters] Re: TEST CALL REMINDER! Big Sky Summit Shelter
- Nov 2, 2007Gotta agree with coy here. Kindof hard to justify applying when we only got 2 or 3 inches of snow last year.
From: Coy <starnescr@...>
Sent: Thursday, November 01, 2007 22:43
Subject: [backpackgeartesters] Re: TEST CALL REMINDER! Big Sky Summit Shelter
well besides the US only (dems da breaks on some items) maybe this
part is keeping some from applying.
"You will need to be able to test in snow, but it's not expected to
withstand serious winter storms."
--- In email@example.com, "Jo Ann Moffi"
> I've only received one application for this one so far. Come on guys
> and gals, this is a fantastic system! The manufacturer is supplying
> both the summer and winter components plus a load of other extras.
> These guys have tested with us before, so lets not disappoint them!
> Here is the original call again:
> Big Sky International has asked BGT to give three lucky testers the
> opportunity to test their Big Sky Summit Shelter!
> Big Sky's claim for this one: 'The most versatile light weight full
> size, full featured freestanding shelter in the world... perfect for
> the lightweight backpacker for all seasons!'
> Each tester will receive:
> * Convertible 2P Winter Shell
> * Convertible 2P Summer AND Winter Interiors
> * Set of 3 HD Aluminum poles
> * "X" cord
> * Tubular compression bag
> * 6 SnoAnchors
> This looks like one very sweet system! You will need to be able to
> test in snow, but it's not expected to withstand serious winter
> US Only.
> Newbie Limit Applies.
> Chuck Carnes is the Moderator.
> Call will close Tuesday November 6th at midnight.
> Please put 'Big Sky Summit Shelter' in the subject line of your
>Yahoo! Groups Links
> Jo Ann
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