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Tim Coats

Tim Coats

Wasatch, S Utah, Wind Rivers, West Desert

Tim Coats's Bio

Backcountry skier, climber, trail runner,canyoneer, desert hiker, anything outdoors.
Marmot, Altra, Sole, and Tubbs sales rep

Tim Coats

Tim Coatswrote a review of on February 24, 2015

Light and roomy
5 5

Just got back from a 4 day trip into the western Grand Canyon and the Force 2P is my new favorite tent. For an under 3 lb tent it has tons of space due to the vertical side walls. Plenty of head room for 2 people to sit up and read during the long Feb night. Also love having 2 doors, so no crawling over your partner to get out. And the color really pops in photos. Set up is easy, just follow the instructions on the stuff sack.

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Tim Coats

Tim Coatswrote a review of on January 20, 2015

5 5

The Tungsten 1P features Marmot's new zone construction. By utilizing pre-bent "knees" on the poles, strategic clip placement and extended head and foot zones Marmot has increase both the head space and sleeping space over a standard x frame tent. The 1P includes a footprint and a new lamp shade pocket, which will diffuse the light of a headlamp making it possible for to see or read in the tent.

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Tim Coats

Tim Coatswrote a review of on January 20, 2015

5 5

The Tungsten 4P features Marmot's new zone construction. By utilizing pre-bent "knees" on the poles, strategic clip placement and extended head and foot zones Marmot has increase both the head space and sleeping space over a standard x frame tent. The 4P has 2 doors and includes a footprint and a new lamp shade pocket, which will diffuse the light of a headlamp making it possible for to see or read in the tent.

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