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Nathan Moody (atomick) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale San Francisco Bay Area
About Me Digital experience designer, photographer, illustrator, musician, author, kayaker, backpacker.
StateCalifornia
CountryUSA
My Website URLhttp://www.atomick.net/

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All Forum Posts by Nathan Moody

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Re: light tripod for dslr
A lot of good suggestions have been added, and I need to underscore that, like backpacks, no one tripod is the best for all uses. I own an ultra-light expensive Gitzo setup with a Really Right Stuf...

In GEAR » light tripod for dslr
June 03, 1:27pm

Re: GoPro HD Hero 2 news
Very cool news, Franco. Access to minimally compressed footage for such a small form factor camera is way cool. Is the 35mbps stream still 8 bits per channel, or something higher direct from the ...

In Photography » GoPro HD Hero 2 news
May 26, 4:44pm

Oh, OK, fine, I'm in.
Moving from the MSR Sweetwater - mostly due to the quality of its filter and small pore size - the Sawyer Squeeze has been a godsend. I've rigged it up with a single 1.5L Evernew dirty reservoi...

In GEAR » The Sawyer Squeeze just got better
May 25, 8:21pm

Re: Another Inov-8 thread
Apologies, Jesse, if this response is orthogonal to your core question, but I (and Mark Verber, and many others) are wedded to the FlyRoc 310's. I'm on my third pair. They're based on a...

In GEAR » Another Inov-8 thread
May 25, 4:51pm

Re: Mesh hip belt pouch
On my Gossamer Gear Miniposa - owned before they came out with their own add-on hip pockets - I bought two Eagle Creek size XS zipper pouches. They have a tiny webbing loop on each end, one of whic...

In Make Your Own Gear » Mesh hip belt pouch
May 18, 8:40am

New metal: 100x lighter than Styrofoam
Mmm, all-metal sleeping pads. But will it keep my cowboy coffee hot? http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/2011/nov/17/scientists-invent-metal-100-times-lighter-styrofoa/ :-)

In GEAR » New metal: 100x lighter than Styrofoam
November 17, 4:18pm

Re: Re: mmm...
'85 Glenrothes or Michter's Bourbon. Love the AH Hirsch but the place burned down, no more to be had...keep your eyes open, the 16-year reserve is insane. I love the peaty goodness but my t...

In Chaff » Most Beloved Trail Whisky/Whiskey
February 17, 1:38pm

Re: I would add this advice, also.
I seam sealed my MLD eVent miits them with a commercial tube of Seam Seal or somesuch (some McNett thang), the first time I've not mixed my own. Just turned the ol' thing inside out and it ...

In GEAR » Seam sealing eVent mitts
February 12, 3:37pm

Re: RE: Punk Rock Lovin Ultralighters
Just because we started digitizing all our vinyl this year, I noticed this thread today as we were listening to the Buzzcocks, the Damned, the Stranglers, and so forth! Certainly we cut out teeth o...

In Chaff » Punk Rock Lovin' Ultralighters
February 05, 3:44pm

Re: suggestions for mid layer bottoms
I just updated my leg wear for this season's XC skiing, snowshoeing, and cold-weather hiking. What works for me is the Patagonia Traverse Pant and Smartwool lightweight leggings/long johns. The...

In GEAR » suggestions for mid layer bottoms
January 23, 3:21pm

All Reader Reviews by Nathan Moody

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Gossamer Gear Polycryo Ground Cloth(medium)
I've used one for three years and it's still totally usable; the 2nd one that came in my original order is probably not gonna need to be used for another season. Crinkly in the wind, but for t...

In Miscellaneous Products
July 28, 9:20pm

Inov8 Flyroc 310
My feet have changed a lot in the last several years of road running, trail running, and backpacking. I went from boots to New Balance 907's with Superfeet inserts, then the 907's with stock i...

In Footwear - Boots, Shoes, Gaiters
July 20, 11:16am

Superfeet Performance Green
I am an over-pronator and have moderatel high arches. I tried Superfeet for two years in a pair of NB 907's, and ran and hiked in them with great success. Rather suddenly, I started developing foo...

In Footwear - Boots, Shoes, Gaiters
July 13, 9:34am

Gossamer Gear Miniposa
It's not without its issues: It permanently stained a nice Icebreaker wool shirt, its mesh pockets ripped a bit on the first trip (pretty minor), and sometimes it develops a backwards lean if you ...

In Backpacks - Frameless
July 11, 7:49pm

Kashi TLC Crunchy Granola Bars
So here's the deal: This product is darned tasty. They're crunchy, unlike chewy bars, relieving bar-texture fati...

In Foods - Energy Bars, Gels, and Drinks
July 11, 7:41pm

Probar Energy Bar
If you don't make your own bar-like foods, this is the next best thing. ProBars, in all flavors, are the Jaguar X8 of food bars. They're dense, super tasty, and pretty expensive. If you mix, s...

In Foods - Energy Bars, Gels, and Drinks
July 11, 7:32pm

clif shot bloks/jelly belly sport beans various flavors
Tried Clif Shot Bloks for a mountain bike race for the first time; I thought they were completely disgusting. They tasted and felt like paraffin wax in my mouth. I choked two down and that was it,...

In Foods - Energy Bars, Gels, and Drinks
July 11, 7:28pm

Integral Designs eVENT Rain Jacket
Gotta heap yet more praise upon the ID eVent Rain Jacket. It gets a 4 because it's not the lightest thing around, but I've worn it through rainy California winters and even deep in a rainfores...

In Clothing - Raingear
August 22, 8:54am

Tarptent Contrail
It's tough to write about the Contrail since so much has already been said, but here are some additional thoughts to round things out. - At the time I purchased the Contrail, I was brand new to...

In Shelters - Single Wall Tents
August 14, 10:58pm

Montbell UL Windshirt (2007)
A massive rainstorm drove me from a day hike in Rocky Mountain National Park and down to Boulder, CO, and the Montbell America store. I picked up their UL Windshirt and have been pretty thrilled with ...

In Clothing - Wind & Soft Shell
August 14, 10:46pm