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Kilo 3P

(Sorry I'm not English speaking, this must be horrible to read, just hope this is at least understandable) (sorry-sorry) :) (NB: first model with Air Lock poles, brand new, not used) The poles broke the first week of (light) snow, in the f#@&ing middle of Finnish Lapland, on TWO tents of the same model...and the "repair" muff provided was way too large for the poles, therefore they broke again (on both tents again...) at the end of the muffs, that have acted approximately like scissors. Technical… Full review

Torrent 2

rated 2 of 5 stars Disappointed in this tent and if I can reach a company rep I will be asking for either a refund or replacement. I loved this tent at first use...then after one season in storage I used it a second time and noticed the fly wouldn’t slide easily over the poles. What had happened was the coating underneath was breaking down and had become very sticky.  The next time I used it it was worse and coatings on other parts were breaking down and one of the tie-backs and one of the velcro loops came off… Full review

Torrent 2

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Doubled walled, four-season function that won't break the bank or your back. Strong enough to handle high winds or heavy snow loads with vertical inner walls to maximize usable space. Good all weather tent with room enough for two that makes a great winter tent for solo use. The Easton Torrent 2 is an all-weather, double walled tent that makes for a sturdy and affordable option when you need more protection from wind, snow, dust, or rain than most UL shelters can provide. Fully staked with ten around… Full review

Kilo 2P

rated 3.5 of 5 stars A lightweight backpacking tent that fills a niche for ounce counters. This tent is a nice light weight option for people who are conscientious about saving weight. Setup is easy. Nice bathtub floor that has proven to be very waterproof. The only dissatisfaction I have had is that condensation buildup is tough to manage. Full review

Rimrock 1

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Inexpensive well made tent that packs well. Slightly confusing pole setup, but it becomes easier with practice. I bought this tent on clearance from REI for $100. I had previously used single wall tents for backpacking but was tired of struggling with guy lines and interior condensation issues so I decided to go with a free standing tent. When I saw this one on clearance, I decided to give it a try. What I like most about the tent is that it packs small. With a compression sack it's only slightly… Full review

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August 5, 2012

Easton Offers Foldable Compact AL5 Poles
Easton's Compact AL 5 trekking poles combine clasp-lock and cord lock technology in the same pole, along with a sliding length adjustment. Read more
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OR Gear Preview: Packs, Hydrophobic Down, Trekking Poles, Little Cups
Longing for gear coverage from next week's Outdoor Retailer? Here are some new product previews, including winter ski and alpine packs, hydrophobic down bags, trekking poles, and unique dishware made from biomaterial. Read more
January 13, 2012

Ultralight Shelters Not Just About the Light Weight
Shelter systems are pushing boundaries not just for weight, but for innovative and interesting designs. Here are a few highlights from Eagles Nest Outfitters, Easton, Sea to Summit, and Hyperlite Mountain Gear, fresh off the OR show floor. Read more
August 5, 2011


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