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    The last time I used the Bibler solo, it leaked like a sieve. I’m in the market for a new lightweight, 4 season tent. Solo or 2 person max. Not interested in bivys, tarps or tubes. Water & snow proof, with a floor. Who has the best thing going these days?


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    A 4 season solo or 2 person tent for interior Alaska?

    Yea, right!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyratshooter View Post
    A 4 season solo or 2 person tent for interior Alaska?

    Yea, right!
    Yea, right what?

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    Take this for what it's worth (I'm in Florida) https://www.switchbacktravel.com/best-4-season-tents
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    Thanks, that was what I was looking for...I see they have a new version of the Bibler, only $795 without the vestibule!!!

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    E6F97B9C-3199-4A79-82C2-C67B187AA6F5.jpg the Bibler in use Southern Brooks Range

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    Depends on if you are packing it on your back or not. If not, I like a 3 man tent, even when solo. Gives room for gear and getting dressed. I have no advice on brands because it is still hit or miss.
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