Here’s another recent pic from Eskimos Iceland.
Congratulations to Tyler Armstrong – the youngest person in recorded history to reach the summit of Argentina’s Aconcagua mountain, which at 22,841 feet is the tallest peak in the Western and Southern hemispheres. Tyler Armstrong (9 years old) of Yorba Linda reached the summit on Christmas Eve with his father Kevin and our good friend, Tibetan sherpa and Mountain Link guide , Lhawang Dhondup, who has climbed Mount Everest multiple times. They used the following SlingFin tents to reach the summit: OneUp, HardShell and SafeHouse2.
Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/9-year-old-california-boy-scale-argentina-aconcagua-mountain-article-1.1559918#ixzz2plNuUovI
check out this recent review of the SlingFin HardShell tent from Outdoor Gear Lab.
The SlingFin HardShell tent is the equivalent of Air Force One for mountain climbers and polar explorers. Its innovative design and premium materials make the tent reasonably lightweight (12 lb. 4 oz. with carbon poles), easy to setup, and castle strong. It’s like a portable luxury suite for the world’s most heinous conditions.
Just announced today at the outdoor show in Friedrichshafen, Germany, the SlingFin HardShell tent is the proud recipient of a Gold Outdoor Industry Award!!! (only 11 products received this honor for outstanding achievement in terms of design and innovation).
During the judging session, the panel of experts placed a particular focus on such evaluation criteria as the degree of innovation, design quality, workmanship, choice of materials, environmental compatibility, sustainability, functionality, utility, safety and trendsetting character and brand value/branding.
You can see all 11 Gold Award winners here.