X Mid - Dan Durston

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Re: X Mid - Dan Durston

Postby north-north-west » Wed 06 Nov, 2019 5:32 pm

Seriously wondering how hard it would be to use a bit of material from an old inner to solidify the top and sides of a 2p version.

But I don't need another tent!!!
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Re: X Mid - Dan Durston

Postby Tortoise » Wed 06 Nov, 2019 5:43 pm

north-north-west wrote:Seriously wondering how hard it would be to use a bit of material from an old inner to solidify the top and sides of a 2p version.

But I don't need another tent!!!

I confess I've wondered the same thing! And I don't need another tent either!!! But....
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Re: X Mid - Dan Durston

Postby Lamont » Wed 06 Nov, 2019 6:06 pm

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Re: X Mid - Dan Durston

Postby Xastorm » Thu 07 Nov, 2019 8:29 pm

Tents are like sleeping bags, you always need another one :D

As per email; We expect your order to ship by Tue Nov 12 2019.
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Re: X Mid - Dan Durston

Postby Warin » Thu 07 Nov, 2019 10:14 pm

Xastorm wrote:Tents are like sleeping bags, you always need another one :D

As per email; We expect your order to ship by Tue Nov 12 2019.


Less problems selling on a tent.. as you can see all of it. Second hand sleeping bags are harder to assess.

So .. add, say, 2 weeks for delivery and that would be Tuesday 26th November.. Should be here before Xmass.

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Adaptations? Make a new inner for the 1 p tent .. to make a 2 p inner... you loose the vestibule on one side. But you now have a very light weight 2 p tent.
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Re: X Mid - Dan Durston

Postby Drew » Fri 08 Nov, 2019 3:08 pm

As per email; We expect your order to ship by Tue Nov 12 2019.


Already shipped, 5 days ahead of schedule! I wonder if, by some miracle, it might appear before my walk next weekend... Probably not.
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Re: X Mid - Dan Durston

Postby slparker » Fri 08 Nov, 2019 8:03 pm

Don’t be surprised, I bought a watch of mass drop and it arrived within a few days.
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