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In GEAR » How do I avoid heelslip in walking Joggers when 0,5 size bigger before feet expand
January 27, 10:08am

How do I avoid heelslip in walking Joggers when 0,5 size bigger before feet expand
Roger Caffin (and others) suggest wearing joggers (trainers/running shoes) which are a bit larger than your normal size for hiking: But how do you stop yourself from getting heel blisters before...

In GEAR » How do I avoid heelslip in walking Joggers when 0,5 size bigger before feet expand
January 03, 5:13am

Re: Re: Re: For non Uk folks especially, inexpensive, possible substitute for Nikwax analogy pump liner?
For cheap roubaux clothing, you could try ebay.

In GEAR » For non Uk folks especially, inexpensive, possible substitute for Nikwax anal. pump liner?
October 20, 9:42am

Results
I have been meaning to try this:-- NB to work like Nikwax analogy the whole garment including your roubaix pseudo "pump liner" neededs DWRed (Nikwax Tx10ed) please post your results.

In Make Your Own Gear » Modified shorts into pants with Epic fabric
October 01, 8:26am

Re: For non Uk folks especially, inexpensive, possible substitute for Nikwax analogy pump liner?
Pump liner looks similar to Cycling clothing's Roubaux style material: this is like lycra but with very short pile on one side, and is made mainly from nylon (rather than polyester). However, I...

In GEAR » For non Uk folks especially, inexpensive, possible substitute for Nikwax anal. pump liner?
September 21, 5:09am

Re: Re: Congratulations on the valve and stove design
>>>> Your valve seems very clever >>Um ... I am going to guess here that you are referring to the shut-off valve in the canister connector, not the one in the stove body. The ...

In Editor's Roundtable » The Evolution of a Winter Stove - Part 3
July 24, 6:42am

Congratulations on the valve and stove design
Congratulations on the valve and stove design. Your valve seems very clever: could it become a new standard for commercial stoves? Could you license it to manufacturers?

In Editor's Roundtable » The Evolution of a Winter Stove - Part 3
July 23, 3:32pm

Refillable butane lighters: how is overfilling avoided?
In the refillable butane lighters which have no window onto the plastic gas chamber, how is it ensured that they are not overfilled by a user during refilling. I presume they need a space for expan...

In GEAR » Refillable butane lighters: how is overfilling avoided?
March 21, 8:45am

Re: Re: Donut shaped center draft alcohol stove
Couldn't such a design have low CO emission?

In Make Your Own Gear » Donut shaped center draft alcohol stove
January 27, 1:42pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Remote Canister Stove with Windscreen vs. Stove with Heat Exchanger Pot
I think that might count as a heat deflector: trapped gases around burn may cause more heat to to travel down column: see this tread where the OP melted their lindal valve http://www.backpac...

In GEAR » New Stove Gear: Fire Maple 117t and XK6 "HE" Pot
September 13, 12:57pm

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