[pct-l] Bearikade Canister
JVesely at sstinternational.com
Sun Jun 5 18:40:45 CDT 2016
Good spreadsheet comparison of tents in 2011 updated in 2015. This guy John went through a lot of work to do this.
Happy trails. Jim
For a first time tent buyer, Looking for a 2 person, 3 season tent that is super easy set up.Any suggestions?
> On May 31, 2016, at 11:47 PM, Jay Bruins <jbruins at gmail.com> wrote:
> It's great*. If it's in your price range, go for it. I also own Garcias (heavy!) and have borrowed Bear Vaults (finicky lids) in the past. I especially liked the capacity of the Expedition compared to others. (Tip: disconnect the lid from its leash to make accessing in you pack easier.)
> I will point out, however, that you only need a canister for about two weeks. An ounce saved on your canister is probably akin to .1 oz saved on a permanent piece of gear, like your sleeping bag.
> The Range of Light is my regular stomping ground, so I expect to get plenty of use out of my Bearikade in the coming years.
> *Disclaimer: my canister was not "field tested" by any furry friends.
>> On May 31, 2016, at 11:03 AM, Kathi <pctlist at pctwalker.com> wrote:
>> Has anyone used the Bearikade Canister? Is it worth the steep price?
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