The B.F.D standing strong at Everest base camp.
The Mountain Trip has wrapped up the final postings from Everest, and a few more photos have surfaced.
The OneUp is setting the standard for versatility in shelter systems.
THE ONEUP IN CMP 1. LOTSE NUPTSE AND THE WEST SHOULDER OF EVEREST IN THE BACKGROUND
The OneUP at Wildcat Camp 6, Point Reyes California.
The OneUp on Denali, With a crowd of guides checking out the goods.
With a debut on Everest and rigorous testing accross the varied climates of California, then off to Denali… Whats next?
The OneUp on the Carson River during the SlingFin rafting trip.
If somebody told me they were planing on taking a 4-season expedition tent on a trek through Africa, I would say that they need to have their head examined… Unless that tent was the OneUp.
The OneUp With Webtruss and fly tied up. Point Reyes CA.
The basic principle that the OneUp is based on; the WebTruss, is at the core of what makes this shelter so functional across the range of climates we have put it through to date.
More to come =D
The OneUp got an introduction to Denali this past week.
It seems like most guides prefer the OneUp in the most basic form using just the Webtruss and fly, adding the inner body higher on the mountain when the temperature drops and the winds pick up.