Has anyone ever used this gear? I came across them from another forum (telemark) and see they have a "climbing" tent. They have been in business since 1956 up in NH and to say the company looks a little weird is an under statement... all the gear "models" are naked . The stuff is way up there price wise... how about quality? and why does clothing seem optional to work there (check out the dowloadable pdf catalog to see what I mean)?
Loc: Watertown or Bend
I've used a Stephenson 2 person tent in the Tetons. It worked very well under high wind conditions. Never got to evaluate it in very wet conditions. (That's not a complaint.) First rate construction and attention to detail.
The nude models have been a part of Warmlight catalogs since at least as far back as the 70s. Stephenson used to have his kids in those catalogs and I assume some of them are the now full-grown people in the current pictures. The nudity is consistent with Stephenson's views on how people should use his sleeping bags and vapor barrier system.