There are a lot of one person tents that use one pole. I like the one I use. I had the same concern when I bought it because I hadn't been a pole user before. So far, I haven't broken or bent one, but knowing I have a spare pole is reassuring. It's
I have never had trek pole problems - but always carry duck tape. So, in answer to the OP - "not very likely." I was interested to see the comments on use of the poles during the day and leaving the tent down. I have done this - and got ca
I am finalising the design of my latest tent. It will be a prototype which, if all goes well, I will rework using dyneema. So, I have a theory about raising (levitating the tent. The design (and calculations) are based on all wall edges coming to t
I am experimenting with seam welding plastic film. So far the results are encouraging. I will experiment with glue sprays and figure that adhering fabric will cut down the noise. Did you hear about the paper cowboy? Got arrested for rustling. I wil
Hi, I am new to the site, and I am thinking about hiking on the Colorado Trail and would like to know if anyone knows where I can send a resupply box in the town of Frisco, Co. other than the Post office that would be my last chose. Any information w
Scenic place to camp on Tour du Canigou trail in Pyrenees-Orientales, France - Day 3 Refuge Pinatell, Col de la Cirera, Refuge Batere In this trip report we are sharing our third day of Tour du Canigou trail in Eastern-Pyrenees, France when we hiked
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