Yet more Tramplite shelter pictures

It was a lovely sunny afternoon today. I decided to combine my TGO Challenge training walk with another practice pitch of my Tramplite shelter.

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12 thoughts on “Yet more Tramplite shelter pictures”

  1. Do you know the internal height of the inner?
    By the way, Colin is not taking anymore orders. I am on his reserve list.
    His build time is commited until March 2016,whe he will decide if he will do any more.Takes into account he will be away from April this year until
    Nov. on his treks. Nice pictures by the way,gives a good idea of the design.

  2. Nice to see a really light tent with solid inner in this format, to keep condensation/spindrift/wind off you. Hopefully this will inspire the higher volume people.

    You generally seem to have pitched it leaning back a bit, with the back lowest and the sides higher. If you were to pitch it with horizontal sides an inch off the ground, how big would the gap under the front door be?

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