- Alpkit – a grand sense of humor.
woodland creatures, they will steal your food
**** right they will. When I was younger and more stoned I went on a group camp to South Wales. We went out for an evening to the pub and came back to find badgers had eaten our sausages, bread and butter! Our cunning barricade of camping chairs didn’t deter them and the next eve they were at it again. It didn’t occur to a group of stoned teens that a car was more badger proof than an old canvas ridge tent. Everyday a schoolday…Posted 4 years ago
It is worth £60, but not a perfect tent by any means. Is a faff to pitch right, but once you have it is OK. Is susceptible to high winds in tent mode – the gaps between inner and outer are not big enough/close down in gusts. The inner is a bit baggy, and odd things like 4 attachments points for top of inner and 5 points on the outer…Posted 4 years ago
BUT, it is light, it does work, it has survived a good few wet nights with me (including last night in 30mph+ gusts and snow/rain/hail) and works really well in ‘bivvy’ mode of just outer (and then weighs next to nowt).
It also needs a couple of faffs with door bottom ‘restrainers’ adding, and wax on zips to make it run free.
Worth £60? yep, I reckon. But no more, and only if you are a faffer / and or prepared to find sheltered ish camps.tazzymtbMember
Whoever writes the surly customer service blog needs to read that.
why? so they can use a poor copy of the sort of humour that innocent drinks have used for years, rather than do their own thing which is far funnier and be more in tune with the average surly type rider?Posted 4 years ago
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