Re: [John Muir Trail] Re: Help me find a tent
- Maxim Suggests
"Take a look:
Black Diamond Lightsabre (a hooped bivy) is made of the same (Epic) fabric as the OneShot (that has worked for Maxim) but is lighter and has a smaller-footprint. It recently had a price reduction from $200 to $150. I've really liked mine in part because it requires a very small flat area to pitch and is very stable in difficult wind conditions. 26 oz. (vs 37 for the OneShot) Some people dislike the confined nature of a bivy, however,
John Curran Ladd
1616 Castro Street
San Francisco, CA 94114-3707
On Mon, Nov 30, 2009 at 10:25 AM, Maxim <mvkazit@...> wrote:
Take a look:
Fully functional, ultra-light, single wall, compact tent. I use it for few years and almost 100% happy for now.
--- In email@example.com, "Kurt Herzog" <kpherzog@...> wrote:
> I am looking for a new ultra-light tent. I saw
> one that interested me at a website a couple of
> weeks ago and now for the life of me I can't
> re-locate it. The tent was a side-opener, single
> wall & supported by a hiking pole. There were
> pull-outs at each end that were propped up with a
> couple of sticks.
> If anyone could suggest a name, or website, I
> would greatly appreciate the help!
> I am familiar with GoLite, TarpTents, & the usual
> big names (MSR, REI, Siera Designs, etc.) and it
> is none of these.
> Thanks . . . Kurt
> Kurt P. Herzog
> Grants Pass, Oregon