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re: smell
The EE down "smell" issue was discussed here before, it seems fair to say that some batches had a smell and some did not. It also was not specific to duck vs. goose -- I got an EE goose-d...

In GEAR » Down types GDD vs GGD
January 09, 11:55am

re: Shelter help needed
Enjoyed reading your post, though you didn't mention if you'll be dealing with much rain =P Looks like you've done your homework and have good options in front of you, I would just s...

In GEAR » Shelter help needed
January 09, 11:48am

re: cheap poles
+1 on Walmart, last I checked a pair was $20. Not the lightest but do the job well enough.

In Gear Swap » WTB-Cheap Trekking poles for my daughter
January 09, 3:07am

Re: Re: PIF
Just as good, appreciate it!

In Gear Swap » PIF
January 05, 8:51pm

Yah, please PIF the recipes. Cool idea, thanks!

In Gear Swap » PIF
January 05, 7:33pm

going with the Haven
Hi all, just looping back on this thread, thanks all for the comments and insights. And special thanks to Dean for sharing pics of his Haven set up with pads laid out inside. Based on this I pulled...

In GEAR » recommendations for 2p UL shelter
January 02, 4:15pm

Get a little doo-hickey called the Instaflator, about one dollar. Check Leslie's Pool Supplies, I've found them there. Basically a giant plastic tube, about the same kind of plastic as groc...

In GEAR » Best way to inflate neoair xlite
December 29, 8:29pm

re: Talk me out of these
If you want an inflatable pad then the only way to really go lighter is to get a torso pad and supplement with a bit of foam or your pack under your legs. The SMD is a good solo shelter. There a...

In GEAR » Talk me out of these (Six Moons, Therm-a-rest)
December 29, 12:48pm

Re: Synthetic warmer weather bags?
Enlightened Equipment's Prodigy quilt is $160 for 50F long length / regular width and total weight under 15oz.

In GEAR » Synthetic warmer weather bags?
December 26, 6:10am

re: Movement?
The buckles pretty much stay in place, they hold tension on the ribbon that runs through it. If you a more physical toss and turner you probably could slide the buckles outward, but as a general co...

In GEAR » How well does the Enlightened Equipment strap system REALLY work?
December 21, 8:51pm

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