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Camp 7 North Col
I too had one of these purple bags in a regular length. It was definitely called the North Col. It weighed 3 lb, 4 oz and was temperature rated at -5 F. Very unique as it did not have a draft tube ...

In Gear Deals » Camp 7 Sleeping Bag Retro
December 28, 5:01am

Rock Creek and Snow Creek
I agree the panel loader is a Rock Creek but the top loader is not a Snow Creek. I have the Snow Creek and it uses a single strap that cinches the top pocket down on the front instead of two straps...

In GEAR » Can anyone ID these packs?
December 01, 1:33pm

AirCore Cam-Lock Guyline Tensioners
Anyone have any experience with the AirCore NANO Dyneema Guyline Cord Kit? Was curious if the cord slips and loosens in the cam-lock or holds tight thru storms. Also does the cord fray and weaken m...

In GEAR » AirCore Cam-Lock Guyline Tensioners
February 23, 2:18am

Affordable merino wool base layer
Hi Kathleen, Thank you for the help finding affordable merino wool. Do you know how much the balaclava weighs?

In Gear Deals » Affordable merino wool base layer
January 01, 6:24am

Coast Micro Pliers
Anyone have any experience with the Coast Micro Pliers which has both pliers and scissors along with other tools and weighs 2 oz? Click for Description

In Gear Lists » Gear repair kit
November 22, 2:15pm

Test Link
Anyone have any experience with the Coast Micro Pliers which has both pliers and scissors along with other tools and weighs 2 oz? Click Here

In User Test Forum » linky
November 22, 2:11pm

Smartwool Microlight Bottoms
I have the bottoms and like them a lot. Sewing quality is excellent with flat seams making the garment very comfortable to wear. Durability has not been a problem for me. Garments this light are no...

In GEAR » Smartwool microlight
October 17, 12:02pm

My GC Experience
I hiked across the GC from the north rim to the south rim in the 2nd week of October in 99'. I used a 40 degree down bag w/ a bivy sack and it was more than I really needed but worked fine. It ...

In GEAR » Grand Canyon 2nd week October
July 27, 10:08am

Help Stopping Heel Slippage
You might try using a thicker sock on one or both feet. Heel insoles can help on boots but may not be workable on trail shoes. Hope this helps.

In GEAR » Help Stopping Heel Slippage in Trail Shoe
April 29, 10:48am

BMW Event Mitten Shells
Does anyone have any info on when the new Event mitten shells cited on Ryan's Backcountry website: http://www.ryanjordan.com/weblog/2005/11/the_death_of_ra.html will be released? According t...

In GEAR » BMW Event Mitten Shells
August 31, 1:55pm

All Reader Reviews by Craig S Stewart

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Garmin GPS Geko 301
I like my Geko 301 a lot. It is a good value for the money. It does not feel flimsy and the buttons have a solid feel to them leading me to believe they will hold up well long-term. Mine weighs 3 oz w...

In Navigation Gear & Accessories
February 03, 12:43am

Equinox Lite Tripper Organizer Pouch
I have found this little pouch very handy for organizing all the small gear such as toiletries, repair, cooking and first aid items, etc that can so easily get lost or is difficult to keep track of. ...

In Miscellaneous Products
January 27, 5:04am