Shiftpods vs. Alternatives

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Shiftpods vs. Alternatives

Post by EasySunshine » Sun Aug 11, 2019 10:28 am

Hello beautiful people!

In preparation of going back home this year, as well as making an investment for future burns, I've decided to finally invest in a good shelter system. How is the shiftpod2? They say you can travel/fly with it easily but I've heard conflicting reports about that. I'm based in Miami and will be flying into vegas the 22nd to meet up with the gang and ride up to reno, then BRC the next day. Would a shiftpod2 be conducive to traveling? Or more of a pain in the ass? What are other good alternatives particularly for easy traveling? Kodiak? Dream House? Monkey Hut?

Thanks a million for the advice in advance! <3

Love & light to all of you & see you at home!

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Re: Shiftpods vs. Alternatives

Post by Token » Sun Aug 11, 2019 10:50 am

All the stuff you mentioned in your post ...

Large and hard to ship.

Shiftpod, Kodiak, Springbar ... all luxury type tents for those that have hauling capabilities.

They are dimensionally large, they are heavy as well.

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