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Re: Re: down weight
At least for sleeping bags, I have the workbooks (for Europe) of MHW and TNF (and some of Marmot) that do list fillweight.

In GEAR » Why don't manfucaturers list the fill wieght of down jackets?
December 21, 1:30pm

Re: Canister Pressure vs. Atmospheric Pressure for Canister Stoves
After I posted, I read your blogpost 'Gas Stoves: How Cold Can I Go?' and I had something like 'of course' and 'why didn't I think of that ?'. So simple. :-)

In GEAR » how cold can you use a liquid feed canister stove?
December 21, 11:18am

Re: Re: down weight
Well, I have a Powerstretch-baselayer that is twice the weight that was advertised. Luckily, it does its job. :-)

In GEAR » Why don't manfucaturers list the fill wieght of down jackets?
December 21, 10:03am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Altitude vs. Cold for Canister Stoves
"1)Pn = Padded (= constant) + Patmos(= variable in altitude). 2) Pcanister = f(Temp_canister, fuel composition). Internal pressure is a function of both fuel temperature and composition. ...

In GEAR » how cold can you use a liquid feed canister stove?
December 21, 9:57am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Altitude vs. Cold for Canister Stoves
Perhaps. Here's what I understand: at every altitude, a stove needs a certain pressure to work. That pressure depends on the altide thus P = f(A). Now part of that pressure comes from the va...

In GEAR » how cold can you use a liquid feed canister stove?
December 20, 2:34pm

Re: Re: Re: Altitude vs. Cold for Canister Stoves
OK but where do I go wrong ? Assume: 100% n-butane with boiling point of ± -0,5°C at sea level. air pressure at 3000 feet (if you got 1013 mbar at sea level): 906 mbar So to get enough press...

In GEAR » how cold can you use a liquid feed canister stove?
December 20, 8:50am

Re: Re: Re: Wet WA
I wonder if those new GTX-liners from Dead Bird will be another (expensive) option for those in search of WP/B-socks ?

In GEAR » Return to Goretex in rainy climates?
December 19, 3:05pm

Re: Re: Wet WA
My experience with several GTX-shoes and they all started to leak way too early. Gore tests all models with GTX for waterproofness with an 'amasing 200.000 steps' which is maybe only 100 mi...

In GEAR » Return to Goretex in rainy climates?
December 19, 12:59pm

Re: Re: Showers Pass waterproof socks
Doug, look at how they handle water absorption ? And when you wear them, how durable they are ? I had a pair which absorbed loads of water and leaked after only two uses. And the Rocky's don&#...

In GEAR » Showers Pass waterproof socks
December 19, 12:16pm

Re: Re: Re: Active vest
My wife happens to have this CoEfficient vest. The added warmth while on the move is nice. Indeed, it's one of the only vests with a wicking fabric like Power Dry. Rab has one to I believe.

In GEAR » Active vest
December 19, 6:10am

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