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Camp Shoes
Just when i thought i'd seen them all Brett comes along :)

In GEAR » Camp Shoes
July 08, 10:14am

Camp Shoes
Glad your pleased Dave :)) It's looks like you went for the same colour as mine only yours look a little darker.

In GEAR » Camp Shoes
July 07, 12:27pm

Camp Shoes
LOL Luke. Thats an even better idea. Bill, are those things as bulky as crocs?

In GEAR » Camp Shoes
July 06, 2:53pm

Bob, could you please provide a company or link for racing flats that light. I've had a look and the ones I've seen are around 8 - 9 oz mark, In size 10 that would make them slightly heavie...

In GEAR » Camp Shoes
July 06, 2:49pm

Camp Shoes
I don't always take camp shoes with me, longer periods I do prefer to have them though after going without and missing having a pair to often. Besides while I do go as light as possible and con...

In GEAR » Camp Shoes
July 06, 2:26pm

LOL Mark, there website had me confused for a while and I've brought a pair heh. The Jinga's are unisex, you will soon understand if you purchase a pair. The website is very confusing about...

In GEAR » Camp Shoes
July 05, 12:29pm

Yea you can leave camp shoes behind but it's like everything backpack gear wise, looking for some compromise. My Jinga's weigh less than North Face flip flops and pack just as well. And yes...

In GEAR » Camp Shoes
July 05, 10:04am

Camp Shoes
Well I've tried them all, crocs, teva's, industrial bag type things :) I've even made my own. Recently I came across Jingas on another backpacking forum (won't mention any names :))...

In GEAR » Camp Shoes
July 05, 3:18am

Lowe alpine Expedition 75:95
I can recommend the new lowe alpine bag. The expedition 75:95. Its a huge pack with a heavy duty suspension and adjustable back length. Not exactly a light weight but very light considering its fea...

In GEAR » Suggestions for lightening a load? and a good Pack?
July 05, 2:52am

yes Dan, dont know how you picked up on that but impressed non the less. I usualy try to pick an area that has a low current. I sometimes fish locks or ponds though.

In Make Your Own Gear » Ultra Lightweight Fishing
September 01, 3:12pm

All Reader Reviews by Robert Taylor

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Lite my fire firesteel scout firelighter
hehe, some very mixed reviews for this one. It does take a little practise i suppose. First of, throw that little metal thing that comes with it in the bin, why they have given it a jagged edge is any...

In Cookware - Other
July 17, 2:52pm

Sealskinz Ultra Grip Black Glove
The good, i like the grip. The bad, its a cold glove. The ugly, as waterproof as a sponge. These gloves are expensive, the picture of the glove being placed into water imho is false advertisi...

In Clothing - Headwear, Handwear
July 17, 10:05am

GoLite Ultralite poncho/tarp
I always have and always will carry a poncho of some kind.. excellent tarps, ultimate windbreak, packcover, groundsheet, great insulater (throw one over your sleeping bag if you get to cold and feel t...

In Clothing - Raingear
July 17, 9:31am

Jacks R Better No Sniveller quilt
I agree with the positive comments mentioned above. I'm a cold sleeper and I've used the No sniveller in the height of winter with a reactor thermolite liner (can't give accurate temp rati...

In Sleeping Bags - Quilts & Top Bags
July 17, 5:37am

Bushbuddy "Ultra" (BPL/Ryan Jordan/Arctic 1000 Version) Wood Stove
Agree with the last review. It took me ages before i decided on the regular bush buddy, i wouldnt have had that problem until they decided to make them the same size. For a start its a little cheaper ...

In Stoves - Other
May 28, 8:43am

Golite Gust
I loved my gust at first, would have been a 5 hands down if i had done this review 12 months ago, a great pack if your keeping your weight down. However i've had a couple of problems with mine, ha...

In Backpacks - Frameless
May 23, 2:45pm

Hilleberg Akto
I brought an akto after reading about 100 reviews online praising it, and mostly i agree. The problem is im not suited to feeling cramped up, something i get with all 1 man tents, i tried another from...

In Shelters - Double Wall Tents
May 23, 12:32pm

Hilleberg Nallo 2
I'm sure everyone here knows how good hilleberg tents are. But is there a better 2 person 4 season tent with a good sized vestibule for under 2.1 kg then the nallo2? I dont think so, and until som...

In Shelters - Double Wall Tents
May 23, 12:19pm

Pak-Lite White Super
Hi folks, after reading so many useful and informative reviews on this site i thought i'd better throw in my 10 cents worth. BTW thanks for all the reviews, although i've just made myself a me...

In Lights - Flashlights & Headlamps
May 23, 11:52am