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Sean Nordeen (Miner) - BPL Premium Member

My Locale SoCAL
About Me Thru-hiked the PCT in 2009.
Northern 600 miles of AT in 2012.
CityLos Angeles Basin
StateCA
CountryUSA
My Website URLhttp://www.postholer.com/miner

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All Forum Posts by Sean Nordeen

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What do YOU use to carry alcohol?
Any plastic bottle that won't leak if turned upside down. Make sure its different from what you use to carry water. People have tried drinking their fuel for some reason. Since I normally ...

In GEAR » What do YOU use to carry alcohol?
July 20, 11:40pm

Sept JMT Gear List
I enjoy the Sierra Nevada in September. No crowds, bugs, less chance of thunder storms on the high passes, and water fords are trivial. It can occasionally snow (normally just a few inches at the...

In Gear Lists » Sept JMT Gear List
July 16, 12:47pm

Too Many
I own 5, but that's because 3 are older down sleeping bags that I don't use anymore after moving to lighter down quilts. I use to use a 15F/20F ('98 Pinnacle?), 30F ('06 Hydrogen),...

In GEAR » How many sleeping bags do you own?
July 11, 1:24pm

Alarm Clock
Since 2012, I've used a Timex Carabiner watch that weighs 1.4oz on my scale. I normally leave it hooked to the front of my back during the day, but leave it in my hat next to my head at night....

In GEAR » Alarm Clock
July 03, 11:29am

Tall Bivy"
As someone who is 5' 10", the default sizing on the Borah Cuben Fiber bivy that I bought in the early spring was a good 6-8" longer then my previous bivy that fit just right. I sent...

In GEAR » Tall Bivy
June 18, 12:54pm

Pillow slipping out under my head
I'm just assuming the issue is you have a pad that has a slick surface and your stuff sack isn't much better and the combination of the two isn't working. So it seems to me that the so...

In GEAR » Pillow slipping out under my head
June 10, 3:48pm

Great Customer Service from Ruta Locura
I've always had good service with Josh even back when he was part of Titanium Goat.

In GEAR » Great Customer Service from Ruta Locura
June 07, 6:12pm

How light can I reasonably get in a solo shelter?
My solo sized CF tarp with lines and stakes comes in about 7.5oz but it doesn't have a beak. Rather then a true tarp, a Zpacks Hexamid tarp shelter without any of the extras only weighs 6.2o...

In GEAR » How light can I reasonably get in a solo shelter?
June 06, 12:24pm

GG Kumo vs ULA CDT
"Essentially I'm looking for the most comfortable " Comfort in a frameless pack has a lot to do with how your pack it. Filling in any gaps to make everything more rigid in the pack ...

In GEAR » GG Kumo vs ULA CDT
May 31, 12:57pm

PCT 2015 Gear List
Unless you are married, don't carry a double size shelter as even the best of friends can break up on the trail. You are hiking most of the trail alone and don't know if someone is joinin...

In Gear Lists » PCT 2015 Gear List = Heavier than I would like
May 30, 8:43pm

All Reader Reviews by Sean Nordeen

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Mountain Laurel Designs Superlight
When I lost my old bivy sack early on in my 2009 PCT thru-hike, MLD was quick to ship me this one when I explained my situation. Mine weighs 6.5oz with the stuff sack and the cord used to pull the ...

In Shelters - Bivy Sacks
August 11, 9:06pm

Mountain Laurel Designs Grace Solo Spectralite .60
I bought my MLD grace solo tarp in Spectralite (Cuben fiber to most of you) back in early 2008 just before Ron added the linelocks to the model. I've used it all over the southwest and the Sierra...

In Shelters - Tarps & Floorless
August 11, 8:36pm

Golite Ultra 20
I've used this quilt for the past 10 months, including adverse weather. I'm a tarp camper so I feel the weather more then someone in a tent. In May, I didn't bring a bivy sack along an...

In Sleeping Bags - Quilts & Top Bags
December 13, 1:03pm