2P Cirriform SW - Oldie
2P Cirriform SW - Oldie
2P Cirriform SW - Oldie
2P Cirriform SW - Oldie
2P Cirriform SW - Oldie
2P Cirriform SW - Oldie
2P Cirriform SW - Oldie
2P Cirriform SW - Oldie
2P Cirriform SW - Oldie
2P Cirriform SW - Oldie
2P Cirriform SW - Oldie
2P Cirriform SW - Oldie
2P Cirriform SW - Oldie
2P Cirriform SW - Oldie

2P Cirriform SW - Oldie

$299.00

This 2P Cirriform SW combines a  green 0.8oz DCF Fly with a silnylon floor. The exact history is not known, but it looks to be fairly lightly used, maybe around 10 - 15 nights. I believe it to have been made in 2013. There is some waviness in the zippers which is normal to see on DCF (an effect of the normal shrinkage of DCF that comes with use), but it appears to be a little more than would be expected for the generally good condition of the material itself. The zippers are size #3 (uretek on the fly).

The fly on this shelter is a bit smaller than on the current version, and uses the original, single pointed beak. Due to the smaller size, combined with some of the DCF shrinkage, the overhang of the fly over the floor is less than ideal; good enough for light rain, but you'll get more splashing on the mesh with moderate rain and may run into issues with wind spray. The shelter does have the 'OSAS' system which let's you cinch those mesh strips closed, so in stronger weather, you'll just be more likely to need to utilize that system.

There is a small tear in the netting from a dog attack that has been patched.

The mitten hooks used on this shelter weren't great (see pictures).

The original guyline which is shown in the pictures is a bit shorter than ideal and has been replaced with our current guyline at better lengths.

The 1.1 oz silnylon that was used for this floor has a lower hydrostatic head than much of what is available these days. It's probably around 1200 - 1500 mm, but unknown. The coating is also probably less durable than that found on many current fabrics, though most people seemed to get well over a 'typical' thru-hike out of them back when this was a common silnylon in the industry. Worst case, you add a groundsheet later on down the road. Note that there is a seam across the floor that you'll want to seam seal.

The beak on this shelter seems to pull out better if you run the guyline from the peak through the tie-out at the beak's tip before staking it out (see pictures).

Weight with guylines is 25.4 oz.

Stuff sack is not included. Sold as-is; not returnable. I've provided what I believe to be all the relevant information. Note that the shelter may be marked, "TESTER/PROTOTYPE 2013"

Please find the pitching instructions for the current version of this shelter here:
Pitching the Cirriform SW

Product Availability

If the item is available to add to your cart, then it is in-stock and available to ship. Please see the shipping tab for more info.

If the item is marked as "sold out" or "available to backorder" then please refer to the calendar below to see when it may become available. You may also want to sign up to be notified of availability on the product page. Some accessory items may not show on the calendar as they may simply be squeezed in during pockets of available time rather than scheduled. Please understand that the schedule may change without notice.

If you don't see the item of interest in the calendar, then I don't know when it might be available.



Shipping Information

COVID-19 Update: To reduce contacts, orders will ship once per week on Tuesdays.
Some orders placed on Mondays may not ship until the following week.

Most orders ship out the next business day.*

* If you select seam sealing services with your purchase, please allow up to an additional week for delivery.


Domestic Rates

Order Total Shipping Fee Shipping Method Transit Time**
(business days)
under $50 $2.95 USPS First Class 2 - 5
$50 to $100 $4.95 USPS First Class 2 - 5
$100 to $200 $6.95 USPS First Class / Priority 2 - 3 for Priority
2 - 5 for First Class
Over $200 $9.95 USPS Priority 2 - 3

International

I'm sorry, but for the foreseeable future, I'm not able to offer international shipping.

The Shelter

This 2P Cirriform SW combines a  green 0.8oz DCF Fly with a silnylon floor. The exact history is not known, but it looks to be fairly lightly used, maybe around 10 - 15 nights. I believe it to have been made in 2013. There is some waviness in the zippers which is normal to see on DCF (an effect of the normal shrinkage of DCF that comes with use), but it appears to be a little more than would be expected for the generally good condition of the material itself. The zippers are size #3 (uretek on the fly).

The fly on this shelter is a bit smaller than on the current version, and uses the original, single pointed beak. Due to the smaller size, combined with some of the DCF shrinkage, the overhang of the fly over the floor is less than ideal; good enough for light rain, but you'll get more splashing on the mesh with moderate rain and may run into issues with wind spray. The shelter does have the 'OSAS' system which let's you cinch those mesh strips closed, so in stronger weather, you'll just be more likely to need to utilize that system.

There is a small tear in the netting from a dog attack that has been patched.

The mitten hooks used on this shelter weren't great (see pictures).

The original guyline which is shown in the pictures is a bit shorter than ideal and has been replaced with our current guyline at better lengths.

The 1.1 oz silnylon that was used for this floor has a lower hydrostatic head than much of what is available these days. It's probably around 1200 - 1500 mm, but unknown. The coating is also probably less durable than that found on many current fabrics, though most people seemed to get well over a 'typical' thru-hike out of them back when this was a common silnylon in the industry. Worst case, you add a groundsheet later on down the road. Note that there is a seam across the floor that you'll want to seam seal.

The beak on this shelter seems to pull out better if you run the guyline from the peak through the tie-out at the beak's tip before staking it out (see pictures).

Weight with guylines is 25.4 oz.

Stuff sack is not included. Sold as-is; not returnable. I've provided what I believe to be all the relevant information. Note that the shelter may be marked, "TESTER/PROTOTYPE 2013"

Pitching

Please find the pitching instructions for the current version of this shelter here:
Pitching the Cirriform SW

Availability

Product Availability

If the item is available to add to your cart, then it is in-stock and available to ship. Please see the shipping tab for more info.

If the item is marked as "sold out" or "available to backorder" then please refer to the calendar below to see when it may become available. You may also want to sign up to be notified of availability on the product page. Some accessory items may not show on the calendar as they may simply be squeezed in during pockets of available time rather than scheduled. Please understand that the schedule may change without notice.

If you don't see the item of interest in the calendar, then I don't know when it might be available.



Shipping

Shipping Information

COVID-19 Update: To reduce contacts, orders will ship once per week on Tuesdays.
Some orders placed on Mondays may not ship until the following week.

Most orders ship out the next business day.*

* If you select seam sealing services with your purchase, please allow up to an additional week for delivery.


Domestic Rates

Order Total Shipping Fee Shipping Method Transit Time**
(business days)
under $50 $2.95 USPS First Class 2 - 5
$50 to $100 $4.95 USPS First Class 2 - 5
$100 to $200 $6.95 USPS First Class / Priority 2 - 3 for Priority
2 - 5 for First Class
Over $200 $9.95 USPS Priority 2 - 3

International

I'm sorry, but for the foreseeable future, I'm not able to offer international shipping.