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ORSS 19 – Snow Peak Entry Pack TT

The Entry Pack TT is available now from Snow Peak. It consists of a Tent and Tarp which can be configured as a continuation of the tent’s integral awning.

At 17.4 lbs, it’s not something you’ll be packing, but the tent is large enough to accommodate a cot.

www.snowpeak.com

10 Responses to “ORSS 19 – Snow Peak Entry Pack TT”

  1. Adam says:

    Only $50,000.

  2. jellydonut says:

    I’m not sure I entirely understand. I checked the website and the tent alone is 17.4 lbs. The tarp weighs damn near as much by itself.

    What is this for?

    • SSD says:

      Living large

      • QWERTY says:

        People who cannot appreciate a large integral tarp must have not had enough times entering a tent soaked or trying to keep mud of sleeping bags when putting boots on/off. The list could go on

    • d says:

      “Overland” market segment. Or possibly elk hunters that work out of a base camp.

      30-ish pounds is fairly light for what it is and who it’s marketed towards. I just wish the product page and video showed the setup in greater detail.

  3. Chris says:

    Looks like a great item for a base camp or area able to be reached by ATV/UTV.

    One of the main reasons I switched to a hammock for camping was because of the big dry space provided by most of the current tarps. I could see where this would shine in an area where you couldn’t hang a hammock.

  4. Chad says:

    me likey.

  5. Luke Fowler says:

    I love Snow Peak, they don’t pretend to be something they aren’t. All the cook gear should be the first clue; they are for having a good time and not a fast-and-light backcountry mission.

  6. Lightfighter says:

    I’m sure they’re loving you for the bad link which reads: http://www.snoweak.com

    Snow Weak, So weak, Snow Peak