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Ken Thompson
(kthompson) - MLife
Re: reply from smd on 07/31/2013 19:09:12 MDT Print View

"Is Six Moon outsourcing their production?"

Yes.

Bradley Attaway
(AttaboyBrad) - F

Locale: San Francisco Bay Area
deleted on 07/31/2013 19:21:36 MDT Print View

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Edited by AttaboyBrad on 07/31/2013 19:29:21 MDT.

Bradley Attaway
(AttaboyBrad) - F

Locale: San Francisco Bay Area
Re: 1 on 07/31/2013 19:28:31 MDT Print View

Please see edit to my OP.

Greg Mihalik
(greg23) - M

Locale: Colorado
Re: 1 on 07/31/2013 19:34:25 MDT Print View

Jason, you said -
"you're so elite bro... f'in 1%'er.."


yet you posted earlier...

"... the TRT is 165mi although I started from my parents cabin in Meeks Bay ..."

... but I suppose it is a small quaint cabin, within reach of most the 5%? 'ers?

Chad B
(CenAZwalker) - F

Locale: Southwest
Re: info i have gathered on smd on 07/31/2013 20:25:52 MDT Print View

"SMD weighed a few net tents for me and Ron got 8.1 across a few of them. These are the new and current style. Of these new models there were a few in the past that came with heavier netting and weighed upwards of 9-10 ounces."

OK, that was cool of him to do that. 8.1oz is a good weight for a net tent. My post may have been a bit harsh, I just getting really annoyed when listed weight and real word weights are significantly off. And in all fairness, they posted on their website that the Lunar Solo LE was an error on their part. It was unfair of me to throw that in there. Still though, if they were more directly involved in the production, then those types of things would be much less likely to occur.

Jason G
(JasonG) - F

Locale: iceberg lake
chill on 07/31/2013 22:46:19 MDT Print View

whoa chill greg..

should i have put a ;) so you would understand my joking sarcasm..



.. oh and yes it is a very small quaint cabin that my father built with his bare hands 30 years ago...

Edited by JasonG on 08/01/2013 13:20:06 MDT.