User friendly and useful as an outdoor navigational aid – if you master its functions and keep it calibrated.
Introduces some major advancements in single wall tent design and provides user friendliness not seen before in a single wall tent, but there are a few details that could be refined.
Lightweight single wall, two-person shelter with lots going for it: quality materials and construction, ease of set up, interior space and headroom, and storm worthiness – but it has one major problem.
Tarptent introduces the 1+ person Contrail, a throwback to the original minimalist Tarptent, but loaded with refinements and new design elements.
Lots of nice features, climbs like a goat, and would be near perfect if they were lighter.
The Gatewood Cape has the same dual functionality as a poncho/tarp, but promises better shelter.
If you’re looking for a lightweight backpack to carry 25 to 35 pound loads, this is one you gotta check out. It rocks!
Designed for the grueling Hardrock 100 endurance race – and that’s no exaggeration!
The Goat Poles rock for simplicity, stiffness, and light weight - but there are a few flaws that need attention.
Super stiff, super strong, these are bomber fixed-length mountaineering and bushwhacking poles!