Author Topic: Tarptent Notch Li dyneema 1 person tent review. Updated 2020 version.  (Read 1893 times)

April

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More like a one person tent though, far too small for two people  :)
"Who would've thought...... you are light and darkness coming through" words by Tim Armstrong

beefy

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More like a one person tent though, far too small for two people  :)
I see the strat 2 not the Li is
Floor Width: 52 in / 132 cm (floor widens to 62 in / 157 cm)
That's big enough ;D
DRIP COFFINS  :D

April

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I see the strat 2 not the Li is
Floor Width: 52 in / 132 cm (floor widens to 62 in / 157 cm)
That's big enough

It is but we could get another Drift Custom and save a whole lot of money  ;)

"Who would've thought...... you are light and darkness coming through" words by Tim Armstrong

richardh1905

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It is but we could get another Drift Custom and save a whole lot of money  ;)


Or make do with your Hubba Hubba and Southern Cross and save even more money!  :D ;)

watershed

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Or a Kyham compact 2 and save more money @32 its only a pound per 100 grams, Bargain!
though I wouldn't care to lug it 15-20 miles a day for a couple of months in all weathers :)


watershed

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Hi Wild Walking,
I found this review of the Notch Li.
It will be interesting to see if your long term review concurs.


https://backpackinglight.com/tarptent-notch-li-review-flash-jordan/




Ultralight camping also mentions the the Locus Gear Khufu DCF-B.
Which seems worth a look if you are into the ultimate light weight pyramid shelter.



https://locusgear.com/items/khufu-dcf-b/?lang=en

richardh1905

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Interesting in depth review from backpacking light, Watershed

Litehiker

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Watershed,
I have the optional hiking pole handle "sleeves" for my Notc hLi and yes, they will work with angled hiking pole handles.


Eric B.