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Eta PackLite windscreen
I've used this stove on five outings so far this winter and have been pleased. In a howling wind I've found the overweight windscreen to actually be a convenience; it's not fiddly and d...

In Editor's Roundtable » Stoves, Tents and Carbon Monoxide - Deadly or not?
Supplement 6: Primus Eta PackLite System

March 14, 6:35am

FUGU + Summerlite
I've slept only a few nights in my new Fugu, but each time I've borrowed my wife's Alpenlite rather than using my Summerlite. The Summerlite doesn't allow the Fugu to loft up to max...

In GEAR » FUGU + Summerlite =?
February 17, 6:00am

side pocket carry
I can fit a pair of Northern Lites tailfirst in the backpocket of my Pinnacle, but then there are no tie-points higher up to secure it. The suggestion of using a side pocket is better. I normally ...

In GEAR » best winter pack for carrying snowshoes
January 21, 1:39pm

Minimus headlight
A much more expensive option, but the Surefire Minimus deserves consideration here. It is more compact than the Fenix HL20 and the rheostat gives more useful settings. HL20 seems handicapped with n...

In GEAR » New Fenix Headlamp
January 21, 12:12pm

Pinnacle for hauling snowshoes
I've hauled Northern Lites around this winter on a Pinnacle. I use web accessory straps to secure them down so they're not bouncing and banging around. This makes access to the zippered bac...

In GEAR » best winter pack for carrying snowshoes
January 21, 11:36am

NB Fugu
Mine arrived today in perfect condition. I got the large with short arms. Sizing is generous; plenty of room in there for layering. Almost covers my hips (so I'm short). I specially asked for a...

In Gear Deals » NB Fugu down jackt $119
January 19, 7:13pm

Ti stakes
I'd have to agree. 6" Eastons pull out so easily I don't bother taking them anymore. In my own unscientific experience they pull out more than ti shepherds. 9" Eastons are in a di...

In GEAR » Titanium Tent Stakes
January 08, 4:27am

windproof headwear
I like the OR Gorilla balaclava. Velcro makes it fit exactly right. The separate nose piece is easier to breath through than a scarf and stays in place better.

In GEAR » Your favorite wind proof headwear?
January 05, 5:12am

Lunar Duo
Lunar Duo isn't bad for the weight. My wife, who never carries anything but cosmetics, clothes, and sleeping bag, thinks this tent is way too tiny, because she can't stand up inside.

In GEAR » Double Rainbow, Lunar Duo, or Nallo 2 what would you choose?
January 02, 6:59pm

wide SuperLight
I had Ron specially make mine large width regular length, since I'm short. It holds a regular length NeoAir just fine, or even a regular length DownMat 7. This was the 2009 model before Ron twe...

In GEAR » Which Bivy?
January 02, 6:12pm

All Reader Reviews by Paul Lippi

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Icebreaker Balaclava Lite
This thin balaclave effectively makes any wool shirt into a hoody. As the reviewer notes, works well under Tilley hat. Insufficient for preventing earache on its own; either needs a windshirt hood or ...

In Clothing - Headwear, Handwear
June 22, 3:59am