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niva1  
#1 Posted : Sunday, September 6, 2015 1:23:17 PM(UTC)
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Hi,

Someone will know casa2 tzbris's tent? The dry data look great, probably in relation to price, and easy to assemble, but opinion too about someone that use/he's the source of peaks at a height of 4000? How is rain?

Thanks and a happy new year!:)

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S.K.  
#2 Posted : Sunday, September 6, 2015 8:47:54 PM(UTC)
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Man

I see you haven't answered you on the tent and have specific experience with him and don't know the model (with the company which is blue and white so she has good products and some less good ones and they are getting better with time)
But since I have some experience in reply on the heights. And I hope that those with practical experience with the tent meet you soon.

Tent could be better about it, and maybe he is durable.
But I certainly wouldn't risk a medium tent when stuck on a mountain thousands of feet tall.

You didn't mention where you intend to use it and when, but it doesn't really matter. In the mountains as mountains and especially in these heights you may experience in winds, endless rain areas and snowstorms.

Could be a good tent and last. But you may not. Then you're in trouble.

If you have time to check reliable tent reservations from abroad at prices similar to what is found.
niva1  
#3 Posted : Monday, September 7, 2015 1:57:48 PM(UTC)
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Thank you! I can't believe is that price-cost now in orbit 560 bogersov.
We go now to Georgia and want to buy a tent has been able to adapt also in the future (probably reach Annapurna next year, likely no longer climb glaciers in the Andes peaks:).
If you have any recommendations on good and reliable double tent for such treks would love to hear
S.K.  
#4 Posted : Monday, September 7, 2015 4:01:34 PM(UTC)
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1. assume that others here good recommendations and tents priced reasonable. (You should search)

Anyway it's recommended lightweight-less than 2 kg, resistant to three seasons. For two people. Balcony with wet equipment to storage and cooking-and a bargain.

In this country live in category 3 and weighs more.

The downside is that he has only one door.

Camped a few including rain once. Moreover it had not.

2. If you can't rock climbers or hikers experienced writer so far known routes in Annapurna I. Sleeping in huts. (Carry full equipment at a height 5000 m questionable pleasure on verge of stupidity, especially in light of the fact that simple and comfortable alternatives)

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