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We Are Explorers review the Mont Dragonfly Tent

October 30, 2020

Mont Dragonfly Tent on the Main Range. By Tim Ashelford. Courtesy of We Are Explorers

“I heard that the Mont Dragonfly had been released only days before what was likely to be the only backcountry campout of a particularly strange winter. I begged our Gear Editor Mattie to see what he could do and a few days later I was picking it up for a loan as we blitzed through Canberra. To the range!”

Photo courtesy of We Are Explorers.

This review was not paid for by Mont, nor did the reviewer receive anything from Mont apart from a Dragonfly tent on-loan for the trip.

Read the review at weareexplorers.co


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