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Old 03-13-2008, 09:53 PM
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Default Re: Sleeping bags and dome tents?

Not trying to argue, just throwing out some other aspects of hangers.

Tents that use hangers/clips generally go up quite a bit quicker than those with sleeves, cuz there's no threading involved. Just lay out the ground cloth, flop the tent out on it, assemble the frame, clip the tent to it, stake it out, and throw on the fly. Sleeves are indeed stronger, but if the tents not going to be used when its snowin for real, hangers might be more practical.

This one uses both and might suit your needs quite well, 4-man with a vestibule- Sierra Designs: Tents: Bedouin 4
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