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WTB 20F Twin Quilt (EE, Zpacks, FF)
As the title says, only the brands listed. Must be 6' or longer. The newer, the better. Happy holidays!

In Gear Swap » WTB 20F Twin Quilt (EE, Zpacks, FF)
December 20, 9:25am

Re: SUL List - Thru Hike Capable?
Well, I do appreciate everyone's responses. Seems the majority of respondents think that a couple of extra pounds is necessary for a thru hike. I would probably agree (as evidenced by my ge...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » SUL List - Thru Hike Capable?
December 18, 7:14pm

Re: SUL List - Thru Hike Capable?
"It would be like comparing the gear I use to ski at a resort vs skiing in the backcountry. Yes, both are skiing. But skiing at a resort has some very specific parameters and can be counte...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » SUL List - Thru Hike Capable?
December 18, 4:38pm

Re: Re: Grain of Salt Recommendations
Does anyone have any experience with the 2g Terra Nova stakes? I know that they have very little holding power, but for a hike where you rarely setup your shelter (e.g., PCT), they could save 1....

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » SUL List - Thru Hike Capable?
December 18, 12:02pm

Re: Grain of Salt Recommendations
Great advice all around Eli, made some corrections but left the cook kit on the list. Could get close to 4.75lbs w/o the cook kit It's not that I am actually planning a thru with this list, ...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » SUL List - Thru Hike Capable?
December 18, 11:58am

Re: SUL List - Thru Hike Capable?
Maybe the list is better geared towards the PCT than the AT. You can rig the MLD kilt for extra coverage with the poncho tarp though.

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » SUL List - Thru Hike Capable?
December 18, 7:44am

Re: Load Carrying Capacity: Frameless vs. Framed
Hi Jim, Thanks for your response. I will check out that article. I think I remember reading it. Not sure if my pops is your landlord, I do have family in Maine though. PM or email me at kbkading...

In GEAR » Load Carrying Capacity: Frameless vs. Framed
December 17, 7:36pm

SUL List - Thru Hike Capable?
SUL List This list is more hypothetical, as I don't own the CF poncho or bivy, but I'd be interested to know if people thought this list could handle a thru? Obviously you would hav...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » SUL List - Thru Hike Capable?
December 17, 6:30pm

Re: Re: Load Carrying Capacity: Frameless vs. Framed
Lots of good things to consider. I appreciate all the responses. Will end up keeping the porter for the heavy loads for now. I have an old Jansport external that I would like to chop up at some poi...

In GEAR » Load Carrying Capacity: Frameless vs. Framed
December 16, 6:51am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Load Carrying Capacity: Frameless vs. Framed
Thanks guys, I've broken my clavicle and it really doesn't interfere with carrying a pack either. I will definitely pay more attention to my rotator cuff. Never had an issue there before...

In GEAR » Load Carrying Capacity: Frameless vs. Framed
December 14, 12:18pm

All Reader Reviews by Kelly Kading

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Borah UL Gear http://ulgear.blogspot.com/
John and Borah Gear are my favorite company to work with. Always accommodating and always friendly, John will work with you to make sure you get exactly what you need. They value the business of every...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
June 25, 9:03am