- Nov 8, 2019 at 6:48 pm #3617806
Grayson MBPL Member
I typically venture out with my triplex, as I am often in the backcountry with my wife and/or young son and I love the space to weight ratio.
I am considering purchasing a plexamid for my solo trips, although I often bring along my ~50lbs dog. In your experience is the plexamid big enough for a 5’7 human and a medium sized dog, or should I be looking at a duplex?
Thanks!Nov 8, 2019 at 7:48 pm #3617812
Erik GBPL Member
@fox212Locale: Central Coast
As the owner of an Altaplex, I’d lean toward Duplex. Or just tough it out with the Triplex :)Nov 8, 2019 at 9:56 pm #3617832
Eng-Shien WuBPL Member
@engshienLocale: San Francisco Bay Area
I concur with Erik G (I have the Plexamid and Duplex).Nov 8, 2019 at 10:04 pm #3617833
@mhrLocale: San Juan Mtns.
I have the hexamid – and no way would I ever want to try and share it with a 50-lb dog with jimmy-legs.Nov 9, 2019 at 2:23 am #3617854
H WBPL Member
Fortunately my 85 lb lab doesn’t like sleeping inside a zipped up inner mesh so he’s in the vestibule. Just know, and you prob do, if you’re on a blowup pad there is a strong probability it will get punctured. Jimmy-legs and those nails are like sleeping with an open knife in your pocket.
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