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  1. Eg sendte en epost til Florian Homeier, han som lager Tschum og spurte om hvor mye vind lavvoen tåler å dette er svaret hans. Hi, as long as it is pitched correctly and the pegs are holding, I have no doubt that it would withstand >= 100km/h winds. I have been in an 80+ storm in Sweden with a 4P once. It took down trees all around the campground, quite scary, but no problems whatsoever with the tent. Just moved the spot a little bit as we saw it coming, so no tree could potentially hit us. The 2P is much smaller and has much less wind resistance. But all the critical points are identical to the 4P, so it should be able to take even more wind. In case you only know plastic (pyramid) tents: The PA/PES tents are usually cut straight, no caterary lines. They rely on the stretch of the fabric to create a pleasing tension, and on guylines for higher loads. Due to the stretch, these tents tend to sag between the fixed points under windloads, which results in even more load, as the sagging creates more resistance. The tiny guypoints take most of the stress... In contrast to that, cotton hast far less stretch, and I cut caterary lines on the main seams. The correctly pitched Tschum tent stands in the wind like a concrete block, compared to the typical plastic tent. No sagging, less wind resistance, all loads are spread over the fabric and seams to the tip, and to the robust pegging points. As an additional bonus, there is much less movement and noise in the tent during high winds, you will sleep better. Second bonus: The cotton fabric will shrink when wet. So if the weather gets nasty, your pitch will automatically tighten up, and the fabric gets stiff. I personally love the light 180g fabric for its properties. Florian
  2. Eg er 174cm. Inni så har eg veldig godt med plass.1 soveplass, bål, ved, 55L sekk og alt utstyr. Er det 2 som skal sove så blir det kanskje vanskelig med plass til bål og resten
  3. Når eg ser på yr.no så er den kraftigste vinden eg har brukt den i 13 m/s, da merka eg ingenting til vinden inni lavvoen. På tschum.de står det ikkje hvor my vind 2p varianten tåler men den støre versjonen som er 4p så står det at den tåler 80 km/t (22 m/s) med glans så lenge den er bra nok pluga i bakken. Har ingen erfaring fra over tregrensa for eg ferdes mest i furuskog.
  4. Kanskje denne lille lavvoen hade vært noe for deg lavvosolberg. Tschum 2P Light SOSWA fra Tyskland. Kjøpte min ifjor å brukte den gjennom hele sommeren å litt på vintern. Lavvoen er laget i en type lett canvas som holder vann å vind ute, puster utrulig bra så det blir aldri kondens og du kan fint fyre med åpen flame uten å bekymre deg for å brenne ned lavvoen. Edit: lavvoen veier 2400g og med stanga (kjøpt fra tschum) og 6 av mine pluger er vekta oppe i 2900g [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
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