M New GoLite Shelters Fill Gaps in Existing Product Line (Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2004)
by Ryan Jordan
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Article Summary:GoLite is expanding their line of lightweight shelters across the board, introducing models that fill in much needed gaps in their existing product line. We had the opportunity to test and perform a first looks review of the new shelters out prior to Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2004. New models include the GoLite Hut 1 and 2 floorless shelters that address limitations of the Integral Designs Silshelter; the GoLite Trig 1, a smaller brother to the existing GoLite Trig 2, and the GoLite Eisenhower Tunnel Tent, or more simply, the GoLite “Ike”, a Den 2 on steroids built for more severe weather conditions.
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