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yep
6.6oz in an XXL form about 2 years ago for the jacket.

In GEAR » Shell to go over a down parka with 13.5oz of down
February 25, 8:12pm

cool
Jiminy.

In GEAR » Adventure Medical Emergency Poncho
February 10, 8:45pm

no big whoop
I don’t know why everyone is worried about pot stability and efficiency, I never had an issues with mine. But then again I am not using one of those tall and skinny pots but a wide and normal on...

In GEAR » Beeter than a cat stove?
February 10, 6:30am

fuel
Unleaded, diesel, just about anything I can find or scrounge.

In GEAR » Beeter than a cat stove?
February 08, 8:18pm

Beeter than a cat stove?
I know there are many stoves out there but the last few years I have just been using wood with my titanium tent stakes to put the pot up or a homemade cat stove because I can burn just about any fl...

In GEAR » Beeter than a cat stove?
February 08, 2:11pm

some Wind Pro
I guess this is why I look at stuff like that in the shops but still end up using my R2 jacket and Westcomb Crest Hoody windshirt (although I do use an OR Wind Pro Hat and gloves).

In GEAR » Patagonia Nano Air™ Review - A New Genre
January 30, 10:13pm

Microwave safe and hormone free water bottle?
Is there a water bottle out there that is microwave safe and doesn't leech hormones also?

In GEAR » Microwave safe and hormone free water bottle?
January 27, 12:25pm

Thanks
True, I just wish it had the bottle type connector like the Hoser but I guess you can use a bandana over the end of it for a prefilter.

In GEAR » Easier way to fill water bladders
January 27, 8:41am

Easier way to fill water bladders
Is there and easier way to fill bladders to be used with the Sawyer Squeeze than a scoop or as Ben2World uses, a Platypus with the wide end cut off? I guess I could always sacrifice my Sawyer 1L b...

In GEAR » Easier way to fill water bladders
January 27, 8:19am

Thanks
Cool, but it doesn't have the attachment for the Platypus "push-pull" cap. Still a great idea and more durable than alot. Thanks.

In Gear Swap » WTB: Old Platypus to use as a water scoop
January 26, 7:14pm

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