I kinda like this tent...

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RoanMtnMan
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Re: I kinda like this tent...

Postby RoanMtnMan » Sun Feb 03, 2013 2:33 pm

It also doesn't hurt that you can buy two Drifters for the price of about any lighter and comparable tent.
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Re: I kinda like this tent...

Postby TallGrass » Sun Feb 03, 2013 6:40 pm

RoanMtnMan wrote:I also doesn't hurt that you can buy two Drifters for the price of about any lighter and comparable tent.

Mountain Hardware Drifter 2 person, 3 season $116.97, free shipping, 5lb 4oz (anyone know the pole section length?)
versus
Big Agnes
2lb, Scout UL2, $279.00 (uses your trekking poles)
2lb 3oz, Fly Creek 2 Platinum, $499.00
2lb 10oz, Fly Creek UL2, $369.00
2lb 15oz, Slater UL2+, $389.00
3lb 1oz, Seedhouse SL2, $339.00
3lb 7oz, Copper Spur UL2, $399.00
3lb 10oz, Fishhook UL 2, $399.00
4lb 5oz, Jack Rabbit SL2, $289.00
4lb 15oz, Lone Spring 2, $199.00
5lb 5oz, Burn Ridge Outfitter 2, $189.00
Not sure if I'll do more 14ers. The trip reports are too tiring. :wink:
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