Lions & Tigers & Spindrift… OH MY!


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

 

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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.

AFRICA!

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: Not just for Everest.

Jim praising the waterfall

This past Weekend I had the chance to take a OneUp out to Point Reyes for a short backpacking trip with some friends. We hiked out to Wildcat camp which just happens to sit on a two mile unspoiled beach with a waterfall that shoots off the cliffs in to the ocean.

The OneUP at Wildcat Camp 6, Point Reyes Califorina

OneUp with Floor, Inner tent and Fly in place. Look at the tension! You could bounce a quarter off that fly!

OneUp with the fly rolled back for airflow and shade.

 

This structure never fails to impress me, every time I take it on a trip The OneUp gives me another reason I should  sell all my other tents and stop waisting time thinking about what  to bring on my next trek. This is the most versatile shelter I have ever inhabited. The OneUp adapts to the surrounding environment allowing you to actually occupy your tent during the heat of the day.

The fact that the Webtruss is a totally independent structure is what sets The OneUp apart from every other tent on the market.  The main goal of this structure is to be super versatile, think of the Webtruss as an exoskeleton that can adapt to your needs. 

Say it’s raining and your group needs a place to eat: Just stretch the fly over the frame and bingo you have a massive “single wall” floorless tent that will fit 5 people with room to spare! When you are done just reattach the inner tent body and you have a fully enclosed double wall bomb shelter, with two huge freestanding vestibules.

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