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Old 04-16-2017, 22:12   #31
Golf1echo
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Thanks for posting, I hadn’t seen that before. Maybe I missed it but any idea what it weighs? There are some similarities with our system however we never intended to make another sleeping bag.

From an overview perspective we are trying to give end users pieces they can use in their shelter kit to build many different protections for different environments. Our system is modular so you can add insulation and or waterproof shells, pieces are multi-functional…they might get used for things besides shelter, and integrating end users existing kit is another strategy to help save weight. We see pieces used to augment or replace the gear soldiers are using already with some being used in the environment the RFI refers to.

I like that that company has been around since 1968, that’s a long time for a smaller company, inspiring really.

Edit: You need to get out here to the " Smoky Valley Ski School" (Camp Hale) in Winter if you haven't...it's part of your legacy. You might enjoy this series: https://www.*******.com/watch?v=BQcv-mbq5Mw
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