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  1. What would be a good 3 season tent that I can use for the cascades? Im not a super tight budget but I'm not looking to spend a fortune either. Id mostly be using this tent on rainier, adams shasta and hood. Thanks!
  2. I'm selling a Mountain Hardwear Archer 2 Backpacking Tent. This sturdy tent has ample room for 2 people and gear. It has served us well, but seen minimal use over the last few years. Still in very good condition. No damage, clean, all is in working order. Sorry I don't have a picture of it setup, I'll try to add some later. For now, learn more about it and see more pictures here: https://www.rei.com/product/830110/mountain-hardwear-archer-2-tent
  3. Selling an MSR Freelite 3 Tent. At 2 lbs. 15. oz. (minimum trail weight), this is one of the lightest 3-person tents on the market. We purchased it for a 3-month bike tour across Europe and it served us great, but has seen little use since then. Still in very good shape. No damage to tent, rainfly or poles. Includes all stuff sacks and stakes that came with it. Sorry I don't have pictures of it setup. Didn't have time, but I'll try to add some later. For now: see more pictures and learn more about it on REI.com: https://www.rei.com/rei-garage/product/131142/msr-freelite-3-tentAnd here: https://www.msrgear.com/ca/tents/freelite-3-ultralight-backpacking-tent
  4. Hello! I have a bunch of like new and lightly used tents that I am looking to sell. If you would like to see more photographs of any of the tents just let me know! Prices are negotiable!Northface A5 Portaledge: $300Sierra Designs Summit Extreme: $400Big Agnes Lynx Pass 3: $150Integral Designs Chock Solo: $150Walrus Rapeede: $125 Cheers
  5. The North Face Mountain 25 Tent. 2-Person, 4-Season double wall. Bomber! I purchased this tent new around (I think) 2012 and have never used it! It has only been pitched a few times at my home. Great tent and it sucks I've never used it but I just haven't had the need for this burly of a tent on any of my climbs. Everything is included and in like new condition: -Tent Body -Fly with built in vestibule -Poles (4 for body, 1 for vestibule) + 2 pole repair sleeves -Aluminum stakes -All the guylines you'll want/need -Unopened tube of Seamgrip -All the carrying bags Asking $350. I would like to sell locally (Seattle/Bellevue area) but if you're really interested we can work out shipping it.
  6. FS: 1person eVent Bivy circa ~2009 by Integral Designs with pole. Nice 3way zipper. Good condition, but has been used. Photos shortly. Just need to cull the herd. $50 cash, pickup in Seattle Fremont or Georgetown strongly preferred.
  7. This is a BRAND NEW, UNUSED MH Trango 4 expedition tent. This tent costs $850 brand new, my loss is your gain. I opened the packaging just to take the pictures for this listing; the tent hasn't even been pitched. Asking $450 or best offer Details from Mountain Hardwear: Details Industry leading DAC Featherlightâ„¢ NSL poles Direct Connection point secures tent body, frame and fly at each guy out point for a solid connection between all three components Large dry entry vestibules with brow pole provide ample headroom and room for gear storage 2 dual canopy and mesh doors Snow flaps on front vestibule seal out spindrift Guaranteed watertight construction with fully taped fly, taped 'bathtub floor' construction, welded corners and welded guy clip anchors Rain room tested Internal Tension Shelves provides strength, support for vestibule pole, and 3-D storage Mesh and canopy zippered thru-vent allows ventilation and view through the fly window SVX windows for a brighter interior and visibility of exterior conditions Bartacks color code webbing at stake out points for easy pole set up Gear can be stored off the floor using internal mesh pockets or an accessory gear loft (sold separately) Multiple guy out points with self-equalizing guy out anchors on side walls Loops for internal guy system Reflective color coded starter tab on the rainfly and canopy make pitching easy Reflective guy-out loops and zipper pulls are easy to see at night Pitch Light configuration allows user to set up a superlight shelter using only the tent fly, poles and footprint (sold separately) Optional rectangular or triangular gear loft stows gear off the floor (sold separately) Optional floor footprint available Guy out line and line tensioners included Materials Pole Type: Paleria 'DAC Featherlightâ„¢ NSL Fabric Fly: 70D Nylon Taffeta 1500mm PU/SIL Fabric Canopy: 40D Nylon 238T Ripstop FR DWR (Tent) Fabric Tent Floor: 70D Nylon 190T Taffeta 10000mm Ether Type PU FR (Tent) Measurements Weight Packed: 12 lb 14 oz / 5.83 kg Weight Minimum: 11 lb 12 oz / 5.31 kg Weight Pitch Light: 8 lb 4 oz / 3.73 kg Tent Capacity: 4 Number of Poles: 5 Number of Doors: 2 Number of Vestibules: 2 Height Interior: 50" / 127 cm Tent Floor Area: 57 sq. ft. / 5.3 m2 Tent Vestibule 1 Area: 16 sq ft / 1.5 sq m Tent Packed Size: 28 in x 9 in / 71 cm x 23 cm
  8. The best 4-person all-weather shelter ever made!!! Fully waterproof and windproof yet breathable and comfortable in warm weather. Used twice: once in July on the coast and once in winter on Mount Hood. Worked fantastically on both. It is in perfect condition. I added Nite Ize guylines with figure 9 adjustors on each guy point. Regular retail price is $1,000. Only looking for $650! Excellent deal!!!
  9. wanted to buy WTB: Direkt 2 tent

    Looking for a resonably priced Direkt 2 tent in good condition
  10. Other tent got stolen, need some cash for new sleeping setup. Red C4 $50 Bootied this from a 5.7, probably the only placement it's ever been in. Some lobe wear at the extremely cammed position it was in, lobes are basically fresh in the range they should be. (I usually wouldn't sell bootied gear, but my shit got robbed so there) Bibler I-Tent with Vestibule $300 Screaming deal for a 4 season tent here, I was trying to sell for $420 earlier. I've had this for a while but it's still in great shape, I rarely use it which is why we are parting (4 days a year or so). What's nice about it is it will last about as long as 3 or 4 firstlights, which eventually lose their water repellency, and they have tieouts on the side which greatly increase the living area. 4.15lbs with main body & 2 stakes, 5.75 lbs with the spacious vestibule. The floor is a bit discolored, functions 100% BD Punisher L, Impulse L $20 each Need some more ice climbing gloves? Minimal wear, the Punisher is still a little stiff from not being worn and the Impulse has been out 3-4 times maybe? I'll pay for shipping on everything but the gloves, PayPal preferred, I pretty much always ship day of.
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