200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

sbh801
Picked this beauty up this weekend .An early Moss Stardome  2 person 4 season tent that has very little use or wear.These tent are highly desirable.




Shine on!! Steven
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hikerduane
Nice, what's the weight?
Duane
Duane-All seasons, year round backpacker and camper.  So many stoves and lanterns, who's counting.
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Nutz
Nice score, but I'm Mmmmmmmmm-ing at the 4 seasons...
Structurally, definately take the wind, BUT See the fly? it does not go all the way to the ground... Thats my stone-in-the-pond

First pic, My Backpacker Kestrel from the 70's, Overtaken by the geosedic dome type, but still prized by them what does the Himmalayian expeditions.
I'm nutz
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Nutz
Sorry, pressed post not pic my apologies: -

To illustrate what I mean by the fly... Easy to pack snow onto it to keep the wind out & heat in....
Tent Backpacker Kestrel 3 brown g.jpg 

Here is my Marachal... <a dumpster-find> a much older tent <vintage unknown> but I'm guessing middle - late 1950's same thing with the flysheet

Tent Marechal Cyclometeur 101 300 fly side pegging.jpg 

So I'm guessing a really good 3 seasons and a really awsome catch !
I'm nutz
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Hot Diggity
Seasons depends on location.  If it'll keep bugs out it'd be great year round here.  Having been my own ballast through a couple nasty storms in a square dome tent I like the elongated shape of that one a lot better. 

Nice find.
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Majicwrench
I love old tents. And old stoves, old fishing stuff, jeesh.....

 Thanks for the fun pictures.
Keith
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sbh801
Heavy bugger at 8 lb.
Shine on!! Steven
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sbh801
Majicwrench wrote:
I love old tents. And old stoves, old fishing stuff, jeesh.....

 Thanks for the fun pictures.
You and I share the same likes,just purchased some vintage fishing rods,Silaflex brand rods and Fenwick &  Garcia with Garcia Mitchell reels 301 and 309.( yes I'm a lefty)
Shine on!! Steven
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Gunhippie
Those Moss tents were big bucks when new!

A 4-season, 2 person mountain tent is meant to be carried by two people. One carries the tent itself, the other the poles and fly. That brings it down to about 4 lb each. Or one carries the tent and the other the food and cooking gear. Or whatever.
It's priceless until someone puts a price on it.
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Timm--Middle of nowhere, near the end of the road, Oregon.
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sbh801
Gunhippie wrote:
Those Moss tents were big bucks when new!

A 4-season, 2 person mountain tent is meant to be carried by two people. One carries the tent itself, the other the poles and fly. That brings it down to about 4 lb each. Or one carries the tent and the other the food and cooking gear. Or whatever.
I agree!!!!
Shine on!! Steven
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