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#1 Posted : Friday, August 31, 2012 9:23:45 AM(UTC)
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Hello everyone. I'm very undecided about which tent to buy in preparation for a trip to New Zealand. Actually, because less land is used, this is I don't understand. I'd be happy if someone understands the recommendations for models and stuff. Thank in advance for any help.

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#2 Posted : Friday, August 31, 2012 10:39:22 AM(UTC)
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. RecommendDouble Rainbow-$ 275.00
I prefer double weighs 300 grams but more spacious. Standing by itself using walking sticks, a professional tent, sealing service + liner against condensation + tiibk manifold beneath the floor of the tent against dampness and tears + extend to walking sticks if the clubs under "145ס. Wrote TARPTENT REVIEW test done as single tent $ 245.00 Rainbow.
If you want to buy in the country-the tents FERRINO for example this modelLightent-2 p tent Ferrino Ferrino lightest weighs 1.7 stands with 4 pegs. All tents FERRINO. (Read this thread I wrote a lot about tent FERRINO don't buy MTB) if the Red rain cover (don't buy these if they're blue cover intended for camping) same CAHOS, SPEKTRA search zap. They have become resistant to harsh conditions like rain and light winds they sane prices but rather invite from abroad the better tarptant pony express Express comes into week regular delivery comes in for two weeks until a month depends on many factors. Need to pay approximately 200 and weight taxes + shipping $ 60 and that you have the best tent for lightweight weather. And a lot of travel. Worth every dollar.  In New Zealand the cold weather and falling rain and winds and snow. All ...  The tents are so against rain and wind. Of course you have to have the heater at least 5 (better quality lightweight ש"קש flip packed compression bag waterproof) degrees + liner ל"שקש, suitable clothing, preferably rain Cape, and a waterproof, hiking, backpack is suitable for hiking, etc.  In rainy New Zealand. So should note that no wet gear and put everything in sealed bags to pack backpack water and preferably buy backpack cover. If you move in Australia before there's an excellent equipment. And there is even a tarptant Agency. But I'd rather buy a map. There are sites and eBay you can get anything good prices and everything comes f course "on plenty good tents-companies as MSR, MARMOT, MOUNTAIN HARDWARE, and many others that the Italian company FERRINO world-class technologies, and supporting delegations and climbers are very popular in Europe. And in the world. Most importantly good prices. Way at the airport in New Zealand are asking if you have a tent and you need to declare the card to fill the plane. (To declare a tax collector iktsoaim out there, they see a young traveler if asking if there's a straight pod tent if statement). And take it to a matter of half an hour or even less and return. (א"חכ wash your tent or the rain washes). If no affidavit received 250 New Zealand dollar fines to pay instead (or hukmologia if Israel won't help one to talk). Get the receipt until the register do not log on. (New Zealand and Australia has strict laws for getting tents, food and many other things that have no problem with other countries). The fine money it costs like the tent to declare all food, even Apple tent and need.

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#3 Posted : Friday, August 31, 2012 3:29:28 PM(UTC)
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EASYMAN-Henry pays you or something?

Kind of dogmatic statement that "only tarptant light weight doesn't get any better than that."

And be respected, especially when it is someone starts writing "has many models and manufacturers of tents. I highly recommend tarptant because ... "

Eyal,
The number of tents that is enormous. Really.

Let's start with might be the following:
1) set requirements (how many people in the tent, trip length/type/other equipment amounts etc.
2) what other have tent needs. don't buy every day.
3) call on the differences between TARP and SINGLE WALL TENT and DOUBLE WALL TENT-without realising that you cannot understand the TRADEOFFS that you do
4) price you can pay

After all (I'd be happy to help if you want information) can decide easily. Anyway, I'd buy the sand and-an embarrassing selection

For heating the barrel and see how many models and I look at the light on BIGAGNES TARPTENT about MIDS on TERRANOVA MOUTNAINLAURELDESIGNS LASER MOUNTAINHARDWEAR on of the GOLITE for HILLEBERG MSR EASTON little soft and REI and things like LIGHTHEARTGEAR, GOSSAMERGEAR, ZPACKS


After that, armed with a reasonable perspective you choose.

As mentioned above, if you want more detailed explanation of methods and theoretical differences would love
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#4 Posted : Friday, August 31, 2012 3:40:18 PM(UTC)
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I wrote down many models have. But you're right edit again. But the more New Zealand tarptant and Perino fit of the models ' big agnes golite is not appropriate for New Zealand from like. Tarptant've done the cut but protects water snow and wind, should've done dialog tent covering 3000 mm of rain at least what you don't in some models. The REI, MARMOT, MSR MH. On ZPACK despite weighing 400 grams, and a valuable payoff wouldn't've done counting as a single tarptant you've done it too. But there are plenty of models that get an FERRINO and the ordering of the terptant the best in my opinion. Henry doesn't pay me though I wouldn't mind. New Zealand need to tent tent waterproof rain cover from rain, it means at least 3000 mm. Better standing or easy construction. Preferably two entrances and balconies to lightweight equipment up to 2 pounds and small folding. Mean ventilation fan against condensation.

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#5 Posted : Friday, August 31, 2012 8:54:30 PM(UTC)
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EASYMAN
Don't get me wrong, I also have very specific opinions. I just think the less knowledgeable guy should learn what the spectrum of options and parameters and then get an informed decision rather than just buy what they tell him.
In one of my first took Member tent for Ireland-4 seasons tent FERRINO crazy that was way more than I needed.
Anxious a lot of rain etc but 4 tent for two persons in Ireland.

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#6 Posted : Friday, August 31, 2012 8:56:19 PM(UTC)
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First of all, many thanks to you both for ainiinity and answers.

A few things to refine the question. First of all, I traveled for a year in South America. Where did trip with Abbas I inherited alpinisti tent. 3 kg weight tent (absolutely reasonable for me) and was very resistant to winds and rain. This is really an old tent to buy overseas, so I don't think that model and social change. In fact, he was everything I was looking for in a tent, he stood in the rain and strong winds of Patagonia, and warm (and crowded) in Bolivia. Towards the end of the trip the coverage began to creak and during storms was penetrating dampness. That's why I made my decision to buy a new tent. It is important that you understand, this is not my first trip. I know what it's for, you know this is what I want, and probably do it a lot. I don't buy most tent because it says so in the list of travel gear.

The tent I have to match to other people and to keep rain and winds of New Zealand (not just). In terms of cold resistance, it seems less crucial because New Zealand is not very high. I'm going for a walk with a sleeping bag mountain ardevr's model. basal lamina, extra comfort It's been a tour bag 9 months (shrinks!), so it's more likely that he actually comfort 2. If you feel I have ecetid in the source, so I wasn't nervous.

In terms of budget, I wouldn't mind anything. I'm even considering buying the camping of otador, but I'm a little afraid of it.

Lastly I would love if you could detail me crucial parameters in choosing these needs: tent, category, etc.

Thanks a lot to watch. And Hello to everyone.

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#7 Posted : Friday, August 31, 2012 11:37:49 PM(UTC)
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Also shcsh of m. h. isn't worth anything. So buy a good tent for the selection of excellent FERRINO offering if rain cover 3000 mm and sane you get great tent 800 to 1000. And there are many New Zealand rain all year I wish we also otador not bad but it's better to add some. The data write thread I linked to above.

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#8 Posted : Saturday, September 1, 2012 3:57:54 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = eyalpeer]


In terms of cold resistance, it seems less crucial because New Zealand is not very high. .



Easy proximity of account credit points at to the South Pole (relative) and cold winds Antarctica, is much more happened than you know South America (Bolivia and Peru). The snow line, for example, is much lower than you think.

BTW, I assume you mean to do mostly HIKING and MOUNTAINEERING, right?
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#9 Posted : Saturday, September 1, 2012 7:06:44 PM(UTC)
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Taking a bag with food and travel. Don't know how they call it a conversational combination bus. In terms of genre from what I read in the books, the climate is pretty reminiscent of Patagonia, but with more rain (correct me if I'm wrong). Patagonia snow line is roughly 2000 + what kinda reminds her. Eyalpeer 41153.6725
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#10 Posted : Saturday, September 1, 2012 7:47:48 PM(UTC)
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Tree line in New Zealand over about 1000-1200 meters.
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#11 Posted : Saturday, September 1, 2012 11:13:58 PM(UTC)
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New Zealand is not South America. Climate. Rain and cold so I need to stock up.  Storm suit, jacket, waterproof rain tent and ש"קש. well, you get confidence and indeed I understand that boardwalk in South America but it totally differently. Various surface conditions.

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