"Not many tents set up faster than an Exped Gemini II ...". Boris Gnielka from the German Outdoor Magazin tested this 3-season tent for 3 months. Here his review (Outdoor-Magazin 10/2015):

Exped gear is once again showcased in the Backpacker Magazine annual Gear Guide. Above is the Black Ice 45

Marco Fuchs in the mystical Töss valley (Switzerland). While out there he produced this atmospheric video.

The new Mira II HL (and its companion tents the Mira I HL and Mira III HL) is designed specifically to be our lightest 2-person tent. 

11.06.2015

The Carina II with space for two and Carina IV with space for 4 sleepers are our new 3-Season tents. Countless great details enhance your camping experience and the friendly colours blend nicely into the landscape.

Quite a feat, setting up a tent in strong winds and on solid ground. Christian Pries and partner master the challenge with the Venus II.

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"Wind-prone construction? Will the spacious Exped Orion 3 Extreme also convince in stormy regions?". Outdoor Magazin tester Boris Gnielka was wondering about this question and made the real-time test. Below his findings published in the Dec 2014 issue (in German):

Two new 3-season tents are now available. They represent the perfect shelter for long treks where every gram counts. The consequent use of the lightest materials has allowed us to shave off and optimize their weight. No compromises were made in respect to waterproof performance and function.

Hi Exped, After a powerful hailstorm in our Norwegian high mountains this summer, I decided to give you feedback about durability on Venus II Extreme and to send you lots of thanks.

 

Exped Venus, Trond Wien, Norway

Prior to this specific tour, the Venus II had spent about 200 days and nights with me in what’s called Norwegian higher mountains and wilderness in the past 3 years. It has definitely become my favorite tent. I also use Exped packsacks, Exped UL Synmat and Exped Vela I Extreme and I am mainly impressed by Expeds products.

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