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#1 Posted : Wednesday, February 23, 2011 1:55:34 AM(UTC)
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Hello

My friend and I are planning to go to Alaska in the summer (mid-July to mid-September) and I need advice on equipment.

Tent MSR Hubba recommended us Hubba but can't find on Earth and probably need him before we get to where we can buy it in Alaska that we come in and we have some ferry stops on the way.
The tent should be fit for 2 people (an option to put a bag or two of 60-70 litres, but not mandatory), it must be with the network, three seasons and of course that would be easier.
Recommendation?

The e-I'm very sensitive to cold and will probably need quality especially with kg isolation. Time and temperature in areas where we visit should be between 20 to (2.) degrees.

I have a very good experience with this style mattresses:
Http://shop.lametayel.co.il/lametayel/images/items/big/3002017b.jpg
But the price. You just want to cry thinking about a mattress that costs $ 300-400.
Does anyone have any experience with s/mattresses.
Http://shop.lametayel.co.il/lametayel/images/items/big/3002031b.jpg
Is there a difference between the two types of mattresses-
Some suggestions for thrift?

I would love to experience and recommendations, reviews and nisionchn

Thank you!
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#2 Posted : Wednesday, February 23, 2011 4:54:47 AM(UTC)
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You can buy at REI in the U.S. much more cheaply (the largest network in the U.S.).   If you are flying to Alaska, most likely for Seattle, where ttsu should REI-shop a large supply stores in USA (and worldwide). Spend a few hours there, buy what you want, maybe even visit the city of Seattle that is a very beautiful city. In addition, by more stores. The equipment there will be much cheaper, and there are several hostels in the city where you can stay the night. You can even buy in advance from the Earth (via the Internet) and ask them to send the equipment to the shop in Seattle, they do it for free. At the same time you can check REIOUTLET-reality of the same network. As said the lead within branches.

And by the way, the ahava definitely recommended
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#3 Posted : Wednesday, February 23, 2011 1:36:22 PM(UTC)
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If you prefer to buy a tent (I support Ronnie about Kenya in the USA), lapidot bring MSR and they can buy it on-site or in a shop in Kfar bin nun
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#4 Posted : Saturday, March 5, 2011 8:32:59 PM(UTC)
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Hello,

In the country there are some tents watches what you specified, but if you have a day or two in the U.S. before using a tent, you can choose a larger tent prices cheaper than Israel, and f a mattress.

About the sleeping bag, correct temperatures for sleeping bags rated called EN 13537. This rating, but many American companies which, like Greece, he is considered more reliable and easier to compare sleeping bags. It also separates temperature rating for men and women. The reliable ranking too, so if you know Commodore range temperature 20 + 2, Star sleeping bag women's comfort temperature of 4-or 5-(or lower) should definitely be good for your trip (in addition to the standard EN 13537 can also find this page on the website traveler.

Enjoy the trip!
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