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All American Reviews

Best Tents Made in the USA 2018 reviews Warmlite’s 3C (3 Person Climber) Tent If you’re going to be doing some bad weather camping or climbing trips, the Warmlite Climbers tent will serve you well. We did really in-depth research and testing to see which tents would hold up against the harshest conditions, and this […]

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Professional Camping.com

ProfessionalCamping.com Reviews the Warmlite 3R Tent Looking for a lightweight and durable tent for your next camping trip? Check out my full review of Warmlite Three-Person Tent. When it comes to camping and backpacking, there are a couple pieces of equipment which are absolutely necessary for a successful and hassle-free trip. You need a proper […]

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8 Expert Tips to Extend the Lifespan of Your Sleeping Bag

No one treats sleeping bags quite as terribly as I do. In my day, I have broken all the rules of proper care techniques, including every single tip listed here. Luckily for you, I spoke to real experts to learn how to extend the lifespan of your sleeping bag — Jeff Blakely from Brooks-Range Mountaineering and Kimberly Cunningham from Warmlite. […]

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Stephenson’s Warmlite 2R Review

The Stephenson’s Warmlite 2R is a strong, spacious, and exceptionally light non-freestanding tunnel tent that is still made in the USA in Gilford, NH. The tent uses high quality materials (though very thin diameter poles) and provides lots of space for a mere 3 lb. 4 oz. The 2R can handle fierce winds as long […]

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Best of New Hampshire…Warmlite

Sleeping Bags: The name says it all. You want your overnight camping gear to keep you warm but not add weight to the pack, and Stephenson’s Warmlite sleeping bags, tents and other gear use  “exotic aerospace-derived materials” to achieve the perfect blend of comfort and efficiency.  Learn more by ordering a famous Warmlite catalog, but only if you’re […]

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Is the Stephenson WarmLite the lightest three-person tent?

Guilty as charged. The Stephenson tents are such niche products that I sometimes overlook them. Not that being a niche product is a bad thing! Not at all! And the WarmLite is a tent that’s well worth considering. It’s a hoop tent, meaning it has two semi-circular poles, one at each end. This is a […]

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Warmlite Tent Reviews on Trailspace.com

I have owned a 3R for more than 20 years and finally replaced it with a 2R. Both tents have the side windows and use them often in the summer. I used the 3R for more climbing and backpacking trips then I can recall and never had a problem with it. It stood up to […]

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The History of Gear: Warmlite

“Before the Ultralight Revolution there was Jack Stephenson” PACK INNOVATOR— I have laid before me on the table a simple black and white photograph of a young Jack Stephenson wearing a shiny, unorthodox hip-carry frame pack in about 1957 (for historical context, 1957 is the year when a young climbing bum named Yvon Chouinard started […]

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Warmlite 2R Review on OutdoorGearLab.com

The Stephenson’s Warmlite 2R is a strong, spacious, and exceptionally light non-freestanding tunnel tent that is still made in the USA in Gilford, NH. The tent uses high quality materials (though very thin diameter poles) and provides lots of space for a mere 3 lb. 4 oz. The 2R can handle fierce winds as long […]

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Gear:30 Review of Warmlite 3R Tent

There are pieces of gear that I buy without too much thought and consideration, and then there are pieces that I research for years (literally) before getting a hold of one.  The former is usually fairly inexpensive.  This review is about one of the latter; I definitely put a lot of thought and research into […]

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