- Aug 3, 2015
I thought about a throw-tent and 2 tarps as padding and rain protechtion. But i never saw this in the forum. Is there a reason for it?
eureka is the shiznit the shock cords will last a long time. All i carry is a tarp im tired of the extra weight when i hardly use it. Those pop up tents just dont seem weather proofIs that like one of those instant pop-up tents? They look pretty neat online but have never actually seen someone use one. I have never carried a tent, but am thinking about getting the Eureka Solitare... Idk much about throw tents, are they packable and durable? Main reason i havent invested in one is i dont want to have to worry about shock cords breaking and extra weight.
I traveled with someone who had one and I asked him the same thing, he said when you do it often enough it's pretty quick to put up and take down. I wouldn't want to deal with one personally but after it rains a shit ton and everywhere is soaked, it was nice to setup and have a completely dry spot where with a tarp it'd be a little more difficult to keep as dry. I have bungee cords and a tarp and I can make it work.Isn't it tough to build up everyday?
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