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    Re: Ordered Redverz today

    Very nice!
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    Re: Ordered Redverz today

    Nice tent!! That looks like a lot of room.

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    Re: Ordered Redverz today

    Nice write up, John. Thanks. My Atacama is due today...same deal as yours. In fact, the driver just rang the door bell:-) I was back and forth about buying an Aspen pull-behind but in the end didn't think I'd care for towing anything. Also, thinking that I could incorporate my Kelty tarp to make a nice awning and extend the garage/lounge area. We'll see.
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    Re: Ordered Redverz today

    I'm thinking about purchasing one also. Does anyone know if Harley ultra classic will fit in garage? Not planning on using garage often for bike but would like option during bad weather.

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    Re: Ordered Redverz today

    Quote Originally Posted by hettman View Post
    I'm thinking about purchasing one also. Does anyone know if Harley ultra classic will fit in garage? Not planning on using garage often for bike but would like option during bad weather.
    You might get an idea from my post with pics of my Wing. I could zip it closed, but I have a luggage rag on mine that has fairly sharp edges. It hit pretty hard and the front tire bulged out at the other door. I think it would have been ok except I think the luggage rack would have worn through prett quickly. Especially if there was much wind working the side. I don't have any idea how the length compares to a HD.
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    Re: Ordered Redverz today

    I got to try out the Redverz in the real world the weekend at the Moonshine lunch run. I found out that it takes 2 people to erect the tent in a steady 30 MPH wind. After setting all the guy ropes, it remained rock steady. A great feature is that the guy lines are stored in individual pouches on the outside of the tent. When you need an extra guy line, just pull it out of the velcroed pouch and attach it to a peg. When packing up, just roll the line up, and put it back in it's pouch. There's no having to keep up with where you put your lines. Having room in the garage area of the tent, to put your chair and sit while putting on boots is also good. Woke up the 35 degrees and heavy frost, but was well protected and slept well.
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    Re: Ordered Redverz today

    Thanks for the update....30MPH wind does sound challenging. Looking forward to getting mine up and trying it out.

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    Re: Ordered Redverz today

    Nashcat, Thanks for your review. Looking at your pictures, the one with you standing in the door for reference how tall are you?
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    Re: Ordered Redverz today

    Quote Originally Posted by Nashcat View Post
    I got to try out the Redverz in the real world the weekend at the Moonshine lunch run. I found out that it takes 2 people to erect the tent in a steady 30 MPH wind. After setting all the guy ropes, it remained rock steady. A great feature is that the guy lines are stored in individual pouches on the outside of the tent. When you need an extra guy line, just pull it out of the velcroed pouch and attach it to a peg. When packing up, just roll the line up, and put it back in it's pouch. There's no having to keep up with where you put your lines. Having room in the garage area of the tent, to put your chair and sit while putting on boots is also good. Woke up the 35 degrees and heavy frost, but was well protected and slept well.
    Thanks for your review!!

    Just wondering if you tried setting it up by yourself with the small vestibule end pegged down and facing towards the direction of the wind and insert the remaining poles and then pull the tent forward, taut ???

    How was inside condensation?
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    Re: Ordered Redverz today

    Quote Originally Posted by BigBob View Post
    Nashcat, Thanks for your review. Looking at your pictures, the one with you standing in the door for reference how tall are you?
    Im 5'11"

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