I use the Hexamid Twin as a solo shelter. It has plenty of room for all of my gear and has performed very well in a variety of conditions. I could fit anotherravi_jmt2013
I've been hiking with the convertible "zip off" pants, for sun protection and to keep clean. When it gets warm, I half-unzip the zipper (unzipped across thecehauser1
Mike: It is very competitive these days, so you need to be more aggressive than that. Usually, people send in one fax per day, for several/many days beforecehauser1
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