I really think you would be extremely happy with the argali absoroka. I was beyond impressed with mine. Lots of versatility as well! Sounds like it’d fit the bill!I have gear paralysis. I am at the point that I’m ready to drop some $ on a tent. I have gone in circles. I think I have my mind made up then I read a different review.
I want a tent that is light enough for going solo (thinking 4 pounds and under but could do 5 for something that will last for years and years). Big enough for 2 guys and gear (thinking 3 man+). Able to hold up to unforeseen weather (snow/wind during October hunts in the west). Good for summer scouting and camping only trips where weather could be 90+ degrees. Going to last for a number of years. Has a floor and bug protection.
I thought I was sold on a Big Agnes 3 person. Then I read about the tigerwall. Then I get to thinking about the weather. Then I read about guys and their tipis. Then I get into tarptents. Then bivvys and a tarp. Then I get into hot tents. Then I think about the weather I have already been in (a foot of snow and 19 degrees overnight when the weather said a slight chance of rain) and been absolutely comfortable with a $30 Walmart tent. I get so upsidedown and sideways.
If I said $2k was your absolute limit. Where would you point me? Are all of these requests possible with one, do it all setup? Or should I do two setups?
Gotcha.5 states in the west. Only 3 planned this year. I’d say 50 percent this year is in my home state of Oregon.
Setting up a tent in southeast, especially around Ketchikan definitely gives a new perspective to tent camping!I think one of the biggest things about it that gets overlooked is that the poles are external meaning you can set it in a downpour without it getting wet on the inside. A feature I highly appreciate in SE AK. Also it is very easy to set up and can be done in only a few minutes.
Live in CO.BTW I don't knownif I have asked and forgotten or not asked you at all. Where are your hunting grounds?
If you want to be able to continue the lifestyle you love which includes owning a firearm you may want to choose another brandOh no! I won’t buy black rifle coffee for the owners mouth. Now I’m curious what he said. Eh if I don’t find out, it can’t bother me. I’ll just be over here with my head in the sand for that one. Plus this is the only social media I have since 2017. Seeing and reading the same garbage from the same garbage people. Also why I don’t watch any news channels.
Anyway back to it, any negatives towards tipis you can make me aware of so I can watch out for or get ahead of?
If you use it without the inner are you able to get a pitch pretty low to the ground still? Wasn't able to get a sense for that in any videos I've foundI believe it is very versatile in the sense that you can take out the inner to save weight if the land allows you to do so