MLD SEPTEMBER DEAL
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Ron Bell
(mountainlaureldesigns) - F - M

Locale: USA
MLD SEPTEMBER DEAL on 09/02/2010 21:57:07 MDT Print View

September MLD Deal

Order any bivy sack or floorless shelter of any type in September 2010 and receive a free UL Ground Cloth.

Any Mid, Tarp or Bivy gets the deal. Order two or more qualifying items in the same order and you get one UL Ground Cloth for each one!

UL Ground Cloth
• 5' X 8' - 2.5oz as the full size duo
• Cut it in half for two solo sizes
• Tough and light food grade shrink warp
• Clear to see sticks /rocks/gear underneath
• Safe- not cheap PVC plastic

Dave U
(FamilyGuy) - F

Locale: Rockies
MLD SEPTEMBER DEAL on 09/02/2010 22:23:43 MDT Print View

Crap - I should have waited a couple of weeks before ordering!!

; )

Stuart Murphy
(stu_m) - MLife
MLD Duomid on 09/02/2010 22:55:20 MDT Print View

How much wind and snow can a silnylon duomid take?

(Using the supplied adjustable pole).

Edited by stu_m on 09/03/2010 01:25:19 MDT.

Rod Lawlor
(Rod_Lawlor) - MLife

Locale: Australia
Melbourne on 09/03/2010 01:45:32 MDT Print View

Stuart,

I can't remember if you're in Melbourne, but feel free to drop me a line if you want to see mine set up.

Yellow Silnylon, 2010

rod.lawlor1@gmail.com

Stuart Murphy
(stu_m) - MLife
Re: Melbourne on 09/04/2010 04:53:51 MDT Print View

Thanks for the offer Rod. Am in Sydney though.


Cheers
Stuart

Jeremy Gustafson
(gustafsj) - MLife

Locale: Minneapolis
Re: MLD Duomid on 09/08/2010 11:59:00 MDT Print View

Stuart,

The quote below is posted on the Supermid page on MLD's website. I would think that the Duomid would do even better than the Supermid. Andrew Skurka is using the solomid on his Alaska-Yukon tour. The smaller the panels, the better it will handle snow and wind.

"MLD Pyramids were used by Erin And Bretwood Higman for their 4,000+ mile hike from Seatlle to the end of Alaska. groundtruthtrekking.org
We have included their 300+ nights of living in MLD SuperMids feedback into our 2010 SUPERMID to make MLD Pyramids strong for all types of weather. See their blog for a pic of the Silnylon Pyramid still standing under 400lbs of snow buried to the top!"

Jeremy Gustafson
(gustafsj) - MLife

Locale: Minneapolis
Re: MLD Duomid on 09/08/2010 12:11:20 MDT Print View

Here's a link to the picture.

http://groundtruthtrekking.org/photos/IMG_019416b-800.jpg

Rakesh Malik
(Tamerlin)

Locale: Cascadia
Re: Re: MLD Duomid on 09/09/2010 10:25:13 MDT Print View

That's a bit over the top, eh?

Impressive shelter, to stay standing under all that... wow.

Ron Bell
(mountainlaureldesigns) - F - M

Locale: USA
Re: MLD SEPTEMBER DEAL on 09/10/2010 20:18:08 MDT Print View

DEAL BUMP

+ We are now at 3 wks or less for new orders and have bug bivy's in stock along with almost all smaller items under about $100.

Also note that the MLD ground cloth is not crinkly or noisy.

September MLD Deal

Order any bivy sack or floorless shelter of any type in September 2010 and receive a free UL Ground Cloth.

Any Mid, Tarp or Bivy gets the deal. Order two or more qualifying items in the same order and you get one UL Ground Cloth for each one!

UL Ground Cloth
• 5' X 8' - 2.5oz as the full size duo
• Cut it in half for two solo sizes
• Tough and light food grade shrink warp
• Clear to see sticks /rocks/gear underneath
• Safe- not cheap PVC plastic