/ FS: Light wave Arctic T25 expedition tent

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James Gordon - on 08 Aug 2016
Price: 500

This is a pretty amazing and unknown serious expedition tent. There are very few few if any reviews but check the link for stats.

http://www.lightwave.uk.com/products/tents/arctic

I've only used it a handful of times in campsites and always with a foam mat under the groundsheet. It's it excellent condition. I'm selling bc it looks unlikely that it's intended expedition use will happen anytime soon. I got it after coming back from Alaska and seeing similar tents.

I used a Mountain Hardwear Trango 2 and have used Terra Nova Quasers before that. This tent is huge compared to them and lighter. And I mean huge, there is a massive amount of living space. If you dug into snow you would have a vast usable space in the front porch. The wriggle room and headspace in the main section would make expedition living and storm bound days a pleasure.?! Having a rear entrance would mean you keep the front porch for admin and boots in the back?!

I had pole sleeve adjustable "feet" retro fitted by light wave so it's a breeze to fit the poles and tighten to requirements (adds 10-20 grammes!) as they were so tightly fitted it was a struggle, needed to create such a strong tunnel design pitch.

I can provide any pics you need or discuss any questions you have. I think the price is fair given how hardcore it is and will cover the p&p.
James Gordon - on 18 Aug 2016
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450 for a 700 tent in excellent condition
James Gordon - on 30 Aug 2016
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Bump
James Gordon - on 03 Sep 2016
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Any offers?
James Gordon - on 26 Oct 2016
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Back on the market. Buyer dropped out. 400 plus p&p
James Gordon - on 05 Nov 2016
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Bump
James Gordon - on 13 Nov 2016
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400 inc p&p
James Gordon - on 15 Nov 2016
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Bump
James Gordon - on 23 Nov 2016
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A serious stocking filler!?!

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