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Szyjakowski

garuda seattle made tent

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$225 for garuda Kusala tent.

i have all the paperwork and repair stuff.

Great tent used 3X's...just not exactly what i am looking for to obtain my climbing objectives.

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This is a damn good tent. I have slept in one on Rainier in wind gusts of 70MPH. Other tents collapsed and one was even plucked off the Mtn. The built in vestibule is great.grin.gif

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Now that Sizzy has sold his, I've got one for sale and will co-opt his thread.

 

Mine is a Garuda ("By Dana Designs") Kusala and I'll sell it for $200. It's been used for one two-day trip (Glacier Peak) and has been setup in my backyard once or twice.

 

PM or email

 

Alpinfox(at)Yahoo(the usual punctuation)com

 

I don't check that email address very often, so PMing is better if you are a registered user here.

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Due to overwhelming popular demand, I set the tent up and took some pics:

 

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It's a solid singlewall tent that ventilates well.

 

$200 firm.

 

It's still setup in my backyard, so if you want any more pics, let me know soon.

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I'm selling it because I'm an unemployed climbing bum who relies on his partners to bring a tent and I need some money. It's a solid, 2-person, 4-season tent and will serve your mountaineering needs well.

 

I'm not sure about the weight. I've looked around on the web and haven't found a quote for it. confused.gif I suppose I could go to the Post Office or REI or something and weigh it, but that's a lot of work. I probably won't get around to that in the next few days.

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I'm an unemployed climbing bum. . .

 

and

 

I suppose I could go to the Post Office or REI or something and weigh it, but that's a lot of work.

 

cry.gif Too busy posting to cc.com at 2 a.m.?

 

Wish I would have seen this before shelling out the frogskins for a new tent. Dayum.

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Q: Hey Alpinfox, old chap, is that tent of yours still available?

 

A: Why yes... yes it is. Thanks for asking.

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