Ascend H22 Two Person Dome Tent
Comfortable and lightweight two-person dome tent for adventurous outdoors enthusiasts190T poly taffeta walls with 600mm PU coating190T nylon rainfly with 1500mm PU coating190T nylon tub-style floor with 3000mm PU coating. Fully-taped seams on tent body and rainfly for optimum waterproof performance. Rainfly features peaks over each tent door. Lightweight and strong 7000 series aluminum poles - shock corded and ferrule-less. Two reversed D-style doors with zippered windows. Duraflex buckles and hardware. No-see-um poly mesh panels for ventilation. Trustworthy YKK zippers. Removable gear loft and four internal mesh gear pockets. Carry weight: 5 lbs. 15 oz.Made for campers looking to leave the beaten path far behind, the Ascend H2.2 Two-Person Dome Tent delivers tremendous lightweight performance at a great price. Designed to sleep two comfortably, this quality camping tent provides protection from the elements with its 190T poly taffeta walls with 600mm PU coating and 190T nylon rainfly with 1500mm PU coating. Fully-taped seams on tent body and rainfly deliver optimum waterproof performance, while the 190T nylon tub-style floor features a 3000mm PU coating to keep moisture from seeping through from the ground. Reversed D-style doors with zippered windows open up underneath rainfly peaks for extra protection. Large no-see-um poly mesh panels provide welcome ventilation. YKK zippers throughout deliver performance you can count on. Lightweight 7000 series poles feature a shock-corded, ferrule-less design for easy use and aluminum construction for great strength. Duraflex buckles and hardware. Sleeps two. Carry Weight: 5 lbs. 15 oz. Color: Magnum Orange. Dimensions: 76 x 46" x 38H. Imported.The Ascend H2.2 features a minimalist set up capability when optional ground cloth is purchased.? This creates a shelter using only the rainfly and ground cloth, allowing the adventurer to go light and still be covered.? The Ascend H2.4 ground cloth is sold separately and can be found through item
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2017 Jeep Cherokee
I have amassed a long list of products requiring my attention. The first is the new 2017 Jeep Cherokee. I suppose it falls under the category of outdoor gear. I traded in the Subaru Crosstrek for it in order to get more horsepower out of this v6 Pentastar engine model. It certainly has more horsepower, at the expense of gas mileage of course. I've had some undiagnosed issues with the transmission but Jeep has been very responsive in trying to get the issue solved. Other than that, I like the look of the vehicle more from the front than the back, interior options which are standard on most SUV's are not standard with the new Cherokee, for example, a backup camera and automatic headlights. Other than that I think it's a capable semi-offroad vehicle. The Trailhawk model is of course trail rated with it's extra inch of ground clearance, better crawl ratio, true 4x4 low, and tow hooks. I'll have a more detailed review of it shortly.
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