Equipt (ie Paul May) is a distributor of expo/overland gear - check out his website. Paul sells (and obviously uses) Eezi-Awn RTT's but you'll find (like most of the retailers/distributors on Expo) his advice is without prejudice.
Originally Posted by bs1865
With respect to your OP - It's not the cold that would worry me, it's the heat, but that is a universal problem no matter the tent style. RTT's are generally much thicker material than a ground tent, have much thicker bedding/base material, and allow you to store blankets inside even when packed away for travel - hence they are quite warm and comfortable affairs. Heavy snow may present a problem? I'm have no experience here, but perhaps a RTT with a pitched roof (a sopposed to a flat roof) 'may' perform better under heavy snow load?
Last edited by Ash; 04-09-2012 at 08:03 PM.
Have RTT and Fridge, will Travel