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Diplomatic Mike
(MikefaeDundee)

Locale: Under a bush in Scotland
New Integral Designs website on 10/30/2009 12:36:21 MDT Print View

Just noticed that ID have updated their website. The Wedge looks interesting.

Roger Caffin
(rcaffin) - BPL Staff - MLife

Locale: Wollemi & Kosciusko NPs, Europe
Re: New Integral Designs website on 10/30/2009 14:19:46 MDT Print View

The Wedge - 1.68 kg with vestibule to keep the rain out.
Interesting, but NOT lightweight! And can you imagine it in a snow fall?

Cheers

Roger B
(rogerb) - MLife

Locale: Here and there
Re: New Integral Designs website on 10/30/2009 14:31:11 MDT Print View

They also have an interesting shelter called the SilTunnel shelter maybe not an UL shelter but an interesting development. I see the wedge is a bivy, only 24" high, I think I will stick to my uni shelter

Diplomatic Mike
(MikefaeDundee)

Locale: Under a bush in Scotland
Wedge on 10/30/2009 14:42:32 MDT Print View

I wouldn't backpack with the Wedge, but i could see myself using it as an overnight summit shelter. It looks pretty bombproof in high winds.

Dave U
(FamilyGuy) - F

Locale: Rockies
The Wedge on 10/30/2009 14:42:54 MDT Print View

24 inches tall.

This can't be right as it would be 2" lower than the Unishelter. It doesn't look like it is. Might they mean 34?

It will also do exceptional in the snow......

Edited by FamilyGuy on 10/30/2009 15:10:28 MDT.

David Stenberg
(dstenberg1) - F

Locale: South
Re: The Wedge on 10/30/2009 16:13:44 MDT Print View

The Wedge is 3.2 ounces heavier than the Scarp 1 without poles. The vestibule of the Wedge and the Scarp 1 crossing poles weigh the same weight.

They are different type shelters, but I thought I would do the math and put it here.