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Trestles Elite 30

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Trestles Elite 30? Ha ha ha! Keep dreaming. By 50° (10° Celsius) you'll get cold on the trail. Quite narrow as well and not as light as they say. Quite disappointing! Beautiful numbers, but they are far from reality. Go out and try it out on the mid-season normal conditions, not on laboratory zero humidity. Full review

Tungsten 1P

rated 5 of 5 stars Light, hard-wearing, fully waterproof, ultra low condensation, two-layer, one-person tent with lots of internal room and very quick and simple to set up. Bought mine online from Campsaver in the States to get one in 'Shadow/Moss' colour scheme (which is a sort of camoflage green, which blends well into the countryside). I saved about £87 by doing this, so it was worth the inconvenience of having to wait several weeks for it to arrive. While waiting for it to arrive I watched some YouTube videos… Full review

Tungsten 1P

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Lightweight (3 1/2 lbs), roomy, well made one-person tent. Perfect compromise between weight and cost. I purchased this to drop some weight after carrying a Kelty Gunnison 1.3 for years. The Tungsten has a great design, and two color choices. I went with Green Shadow/Moss, also available in gray and orange. It weighs in at around 3,5 lbs; I upgraded to lighter stakes and made ultralight guylines. I carry the poles and stakes in the sacks provided, the fly and body in a Kelty compression sack (color-… Full review


rated 2 of 5 stars Poor rain fly construction. Doesn't hold up to light usage. All three Velcro points were glued in, not sewn and sealed. Every one came loose and the tent leaked. The entire ridge line lost its seam tape, though, when I pitched it a week before, it was fine. The tent was used twice in nine years. Stored dry and proper the entire time. Full review

PreCip Jacket

rated 4 of 5 stars For its money the best lightweight jacket I have had. Beat the OMM Kamleika one (3x the price) hands down. Just needs a better hood visor. So when I got my OMM Kamleika Jacket in 2013 I was really buzzing as it was seen as the ultra runner's dream. Turned out to be the worst thing I bought since breathable jackets were conceived. Its tiny pack space (one saving feature) was its undoing. It fell out of a side pouch one day. Aside from the ripoff price I did not miss it, especially when I found… Full review

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