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When I ordered my Skyscape Trekker from Six Moon Designs I opted not to have them seam seal it. I figured that I could save the money and do it myself. Up to this point I have seam sealed a … Continue reading
I received an email this past Tuesday from Six Moon Designs stating that the Skyscape Trekker has shipped! So, I waited anxiously for its arrival. But wouldn’t you know it, the mail services shipped it to the wrong place! They … Continue reading
Why do we need cord? Cord can be used for lots of different things, such as guy lines in which a tent or tarp is staked down with, or for hanging food bags (or even whole packs) once in camp. As well, … Continue reading
As can be read in my previous post, I recently packed my pack and took off for a nice 4 day getaway on the Appalachian Trail. When I left I felt that I had high ambitions as far as distance … Continue reading
The Swift is Six Moon Designs “ultralight” backpack, and for a pretty good reason. The newly designed 2011 Swift pack is listed at a scant 15 oz, although, this is without a hip belt or an aluminum stay. However, part … Continue reading
Six Moon Designs is known for their already famous Lunar Duo, and the Lunar Solo tents among others, but now Ron brings something else that looks to be just as promising to the table…the Skyscape.