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Discussion in 'Backcountry' started by uncle buck, Jul 26, 2020.
Its a single skin tent.
Really? I did think from their website it was a double skin tent. Damm yy on my part.
So I have a Goondie 1 30D fly & nylon inner. @zac150 were you asking after this detail?
Does it float ?
It did last time it was required to. It’s not seen a lot of use so not fully tested in all conditions.
maybe I think I was looking to compare it to the vessel (tent) I’m lending @DidSurfNowSki
I’ve had the tarp tent in a Tassie downpour and it was fine, pitches inside out as well, he just needs to come and practice pitching the thing.
I rate the tarp tent for the size to weight, at 220by 135 plus vestibules it’s big for a 2 person and weighs about 1200g not bad for a fly plus inner. The strat 2 has a great design as well, when you open the side flap their is still a great vestibule section to stand you pack up in and tuck stuff away and as each side has a vestibule we get a his and hers.
Geez, next you'll be wanting me to read the manual.
Don't be silly, just go round to @zac150 's place, have a few frosties on the deck then have a crack before you get to the end of the carton.
yep you and I will drink the beer and take the piss out of @DidSurfNowSki while he attempts to pitch the tent, we will of course off suitable advice and encouragement
I saw a cool budget tent today. Was a Zempire Atmos.
Had never heard of Zempire before. Their website seems to have a nice range.
Anyone heard of or used them before?
The atmos with a footprint looks like a good bikepack to hut tent that can handle bad weather days. At $300 it seems like a good price/performance ratio.
Jindy North Shore
It looks a lot like my MSR Accent, which has a horizontal crossmember that extends to the ground - where the fly open out to.
This goes under the crossed over (not a hub) main frame as support for snow loading, a genuine 4 season tent, 1620g and $1000.