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What exactly is a Caffin stove? I have never seen this before?

In Gear Swap » FS Caffin stove
October 14, 10:36pm

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I just wanted to add that I can't afford anything more than $300. Thank you.

In Gear Swap » WTB Zero degree 800+ fill down sleeping bag under 3lbs
October 11, 4:07pm

WTB Zero degree 800+ fill down sleeping bag under 3lbs
I'm looking for a zero degree down bag preferably 800+ fill down. Something under 3lbs. Anyone have anything the are looking to part with, please let me know. Thank you.

In Gear Swap » WTB Zero degree 800+ fill down sleeping bag under 3lbs
October 11, 11:43am

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Great thread here guys. I'm going on my first overnight winter trip and this thread has provided me with a lot of useful information.

In Winter Hiking » Beginner to winter backpacking...need help with layering
October 08, 11:54am

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Owen, Thank you for the info. I wouldn't say I am uncomfortable with the conditions I just want to be prepared for the weather. An evening spent in the cold without the proper gear would...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Layering questions for winter hiking at altitudes above 9,500ft
October 07, 8:22am

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Valerie, I have 2-3 pairs of primaloft insulated pants. I'll bring those if the conditions look like they are going to be less than favorable. I hope it'll be a nice clear weekend b...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Layering questions for winter hiking at altitudes above 9,500ft
October 06, 11:45am

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Larry, The cabin is never locked and is always available to people to camp in. Good call on the candle lanterns. I will have everyone pick one up. I was at the trail head yesterday as I was c...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Layering questions for winter hiking at altitudes above 9,500ft
October 06, 10:35am

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All, We all have X therm sleeping pads (r value 5.7) and I am supplementing mine with a z lite sol to add an extra r value of 2.6. I have a whisperlite stove for cooking, I have hardshell, s...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Layering questions for winter hiking at altitudes above 9,500ft
October 06, 9:45am

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Jerry, Thanks for the input. I am hoping this is true about the cabin. It'll be warmer than our tents that's for sure.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Layering questions for winter hiking at altitudes above 9,500ft
October 05, 11:35pm

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I have yet to have it down to zero degrees but its an American bag so you know that's a subjective zero degrees. I have a 900 fill goose down parka that I used for day trip mountaineering excur...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Layering questions for winter hiking at altitudes above 9,500ft
October 05, 11:17pm

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