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Message posted by spiritburner on 11/1/2014 at 7:10pm
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I guess I meant to say 2 x 2-way doors. My MSR Hubba Hubba just has 1 door on the side but a 2 way, so when it's pitched at 90 degrees to the wind you can always have a sheltered porch.
Oregon is on my wish list of states to visit. Been around MT, SD, CO, WY, AZ & a little of CA.
We've had the TNF Trailhead for 7 years & are still very pleased with it. We also have an older TNF Mountain tent that was gifted by a friend in SoCal. Just used that last weekend.
So with the MSR that's me with 3 US tents! The MSR replaced the revered Hilleberg Akto for 3 season backpacking. Lighter & less prone to condensation. I use a 1st gen Macpac Minaret in winter conditions in the UK.
I've had that sticky PU syndrome on an old Vango Hurricane and Phoenix Phortress, but not on the TNF's.
Tents: Robens Kiowa, TNF Trailhead 8, TNF Mountain 25, TNF VE25, Macpac Minaret Mk1, Trekkertent Edge 1, MLD Solomid
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