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Greg Macfarlane

Greg Macfarlane

north Georgia, south Utah

Greg Macfarlane's Passions

Biking
Fly Fishing
Hiking & Camping

Greg Macfarlane's Bio

Grew up in Utah, now in Atlanta. Serious about the outdoors, but from a non-extreme position. Hiking, backpacking, skiing, fly fishing.

Greg Macfarlane

Greg Macfarlanewrote a review of on July 2, 2016

A great tent for roomy sleeping
4 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

My dad recently acquired one of these and we tested in out on a two-man three-night hike in the Wind River mountains. It was stable during a windy nights and provided the two of us plenty of room. It was not too heavy for the two of us to carry comfortably, though most tent sites we could find were a little bit cramped around the corners.

The mountain glow feature was neat and unobtrusive, but I wish it were a little brighter; reading still required a headlamp or lantern.

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Greg Macfarlane

Greg Macfarlanewrote a review of on June 20, 2016

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've had this stove since I was a boy scout (about 15 years). Desert canyons, mountain meadows, any altitude I've encountered – it always works. It can also stand up to the beating that a boy scout throws at things, and then still keeps working. The ability to field maintain it is useful as well.

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Greg Macfarlane

Greg Macfarlanewrote a review of on October 17, 2015

4 5

I've had this tent (actually, the previous model) for a few years now and have used it in many different conditions. It's easy to set up, the vestibule is roomy enough for gear and shoes, and the ventilation is great. I think calling it a three-person tent is a little generous; 2 people plus gear or a parent with a two kids.

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