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Big Agnes String Ridge 2

Four season, free standing, lightweight mountaineering tent * Read more

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User Review

3 December 2014
  • Excerpt: If low weight is your prime tent priority, put this shelter at the top of your shopping list. It’s barely more than four pounds, but makes no compromises in terms of protection. When 30-mph winds in Colorado’s Park Range blasted the Skyledge with rain, this freestanding dome barely shuddered—and kept the interior dry during soggy entrances (the fly’s drip line prevents water from funneling inside the open doors).
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Overall 10

What a dream tent. The extra 2 pounds was worth it.

21 September 2010
  • Excerpt: What a dream tent. The extra 2 pounds was worth it. –( Mt Sneffels Wilderness area 7 miles 4000 ft differential up over 13K pass and dealing with scree. 2 years ago, climbing MT Blanc, wife announced that the 20-year-old Sierra Design Clip FlashLight (maybe 3.8 pounds) was too small. (I carry the tent!) Last year in Yellowstone we tried a North Face Spectrum 33. A true disaster. The tent failed to vent perspiration even with rear vent open 100% and strong winds.
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