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vapor barriers
Anyone interested in vapor barrier clothing might want to have a look at Stephenson's Warmlite website. They have been making vapor barrier clothing since the late 1960s. Their laminated fabric...

In Editor's Roundtable » Ultralight in the Icebox: Post-Trip Report
February 19, 5:07pm

First "Top Bag"
Though it wasn't called a "Top Bag" when it was first offered, I believe that the Stephenson Warmlite bag was the first bag on the market to dispense with the insulation in the bottom of the bag be...

In GEAR » First "Top Bag"
May 15, 9:12pm

multiple use sleeping bag (no bag)
I've been experimenting with multiple use sleeping systems that include an ultralight synthetic bag (50F) and lightweight insulative clothing. Last weekend I went with some friends on a two night, ...

In Multiple Use Gear » Multiple Use Sleeping Bags
July 06, 7:18am

My favorite is chocolate chip. I like the Clif bars, too, but Kudos are my favorite - right in between candy and a breakfast cereal bar in sweetness and nutrition.

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Energy Bars
April 15, 6:09pm

Jet-ti stove is Kovea stove, made in Korea?
Perusing the internet, I've noticed that the Kovea (aka Markill titanium) stove looks a LOT like my new stove. Any comments? Ryan Jordan?

In GEAR » Jet- ti stove. I now have one.
March 30, 11:55am

Aloksak stand and zip bags
I received three of these as ordered with my Jet-ti stove. My first experience is not good. I made a Lipton dinner in one inside a closed cell envelope which I'd made from an old sleeping pad. I pu...

In GEAR » Aloksak stand and zip bags
March 27, 6:29pm

Jet- ti stove. I now have one.
I received my Jet-ti stove last week, and am impressed with it upon initial inspection. It's sturdy, (more so than my old PocketRocktet), and lighter. Performance seems to be similar (actually I fe...

In GEAR » Jet- ti stove. I now have one.
March 27, 6:18pm

Here's the URL for the REI pack Too bad you can't just click on it.

In GEAR » REI Ultralight Packs
March 27, 6:08pm

REI ultralight pack
Looks like a decent design, but one of the attractions of the compression straps has always been that you can stuff something (raingear, sweater, etc.) under one and cinch it down for drying and/or...

In GEAR » REI Ultralight Packs
March 27, 6:04pm

Heineken can pot, cat can stove
I made a combination which weighs less than 3 oz. using a 24 oz. Heineken can, a windscreen of roof flashing as tall as the can which wraps around it with a rubber band for travel, a cut down 3oz....

In GEAR » 1.5 oz alcohol stove and pot combo
March 27, 6:01pm

All Reader Reviews by dan kutcher

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GoLite Ether Wind Shirt (Wisp HP)
I got my Wisp on closeout. It's fine for low level exertion at cooler temps. (In my case, below 50). It shrugs off light showers, with just a hint of perspiration inside, if you can leave the zip down...

In Clothing - Wind & Soft Shell
February 02, 10:18pm

Drop Stoppers Microporous Polypropylene Rainsuit
I, too, bought one of these and went for a "test drive" in a local park. The pants got shredded on blueberry bushes and scrub oak lining the trail. Back home, I dropped a clothes hanger with a coat on...

In Clothing - Raingear
February 02, 10:07pm

Dorcy Single AAA aluminum flashlight
There's not much here that isn't immediately apparant. It's a single AAA aluminum flashlight which is made by Dorcy and burns a single LED "bulb". It has a "twist-on" switch and a fixed spot beam. I'v...

In Lights - Flashlights & Headlamps
February 02, 9:58pm

Backpacking Light Ti Esbit stove
Normally, I reserve the use of Esbit tabs for warm weather. Today, it was 38F with a light wind, and I was itching to try my new "stove". I set up the stove on the patio table with 2 cups of cold ta...

In Stoves - Other
February 01, 12:36pm

Jim Wood SuperCat
1) It's simple to make 2) It's lighter than anything else 3) Needs no pot support, so 4) Windscreen can be shorter (lighter and fits in cookpot). 5) Simple to use. Add alcohol, light, put pot on t...

In Stoves - Alcohol
February 01, 12:24pm