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38963Re: [backpackgeartesters] Re: TEST CALL REMINDER! Big Sky Summit Shelter

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  • Jo Ann Moffi
    Nov 2, 2007
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      Coy wrote:

      > About the only winter component that needs snow is the snow anchors.
      > From this statement I would think it might be a good choice for just
      > cold rainy weather.
      > WinterLiteâ„¢ rated: Suitable for camping in snow and cold weather,
      > and capable of withstanding moderate wind and snow loads. Please note
      > that this shelter is not "Mountain", "Alpine", or "Expedition" rated
      > and is NOT intended for use in extreme weather conditions.
      > So, snow testers should get first consideration...but unlike
      > snowshoes, maybe not as critical to the test. That would open up the
      > field a little. It is a nice looking tent. I love the looks of
      > those double doors.
      > Maybe you will get more apps from those with snow and it won't
      > matter.

      One could always apply away and see what happens too. :)

      Jo Ann
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