I have found that eVent based fabrics are much more efficient at getting the water vapor out than GoreTex. I have an eVent jacket that has no pit zips and as long as relative humidity is not approaching 100% I stay dry(ish).
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While camping on Anthrax Island we had liver with fava beans and a nice Chianti.Hannibal? is that you?
has anyone toured with the quechua 2 second pop-up tents? they seem hard to find in America (except via Ebay), but it sounds like they're pretty weather resistant and priced very reasonably. I think it would be nice to have something that sets up so quickly.For the convenience of quick setup, the tent is heavier than most of its size and it cannot pack down into as small a package as most other tents do. For example, the 2 person version weighs almost 6 pounds and when packed into its smallest form is still over 2 feet across.
Yes, but is it any good? Around here it has some very bizarre ideas about what is optimal for riding.