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This looks like a cool trip.
Assuming you don't have anything left to gain fitness and skin toughness-wise, I would start by getting rid of the toilet paper and using moss, which simplifies things a lot. The down mat also ...

In Gear Lists » Gates of the Artic National Park Alaska - August
March 27, 1:17pm

WTB your heavy paddling gear
Hello, I'm hoping someone has upgraded to new sea kayaking or packrafting gear and would like to get rid of your old stuff. I'm looking for dry bags, spray skirt, XL paddle clothing, and...

In Gear Swap » WTB your heavy paddling gear
March 26, 11:22am

WTT Mountain Hardwear Phantom 32 down bag, long
Hello, I'd like to trade this or combine with cash for a down quilt, HMG porter, a mid, or something else cool. It's in new condition save for an REI garage sale X and a 1" piece of...

In Gear Swap » WTT Mountain Hardwear Phantom 32 down bag, long
March 19, 11:12pm

Esoteric option
I found myself wearing the Houdini often to keep brush, bugs, or sunburn at bay. Consequently when mine wore out I replaced it with a marmot trail wind hoody, which is like the Houdini but has larg...

In GEAR » I lost my Houdini. What now?
March 19, 5:06pm

Technique beyond tools, strategy beyond technique
This is a great thread I'll be reading with interest. Having skimmed the list, I'd say ditch the SPOT and try to push whatever your current fitness level is up a notch.

In Winter Hiking » what would a 10 # base weight look for a winter trip?
March 19, 3:17pm

Need help sizing shell pants, particularly Marmot, OR, BD...
Hi all, I'm trying to size shell pants to fit over multiple layers for winter (digging a snow cave, for example, when already wearing a base layer and a midweight softshell). I wear a size ...

In GEAR » Need help sizing shell pants, particularly Marmot, OR, BD...
March 19, 3:06pm

Time
I'd go with what's easiest to set up if you are pushing hard all day. Otherwise go with the lightest one and wrap up in it like a bivy sack if it collapses. Sounds like you can't go wro...

In GEAR » shelter for bc ski traverse this fri
March 19, 2:58pm

With the money saved
You can buy an additional piece for hiking that's lighter and nicer since it doesn't have to stand up to the rigors of trail work. Carrying buckets of rocks on your shoulders and getting sp...

In GEAR » Hardshells, too many choices
March 08, 2:23pm

Work
I'm not sure what your work entails but a lot of these membranes are succetible to things like gas, oil, grease, etc., so you might be better off with something cheaper. Having made my own siln...

In GEAR » Hardshells, too many choices
March 08, 2:21pm

Be more specific
And we could help narrow it down. For example, the M10 is really short and will delaminate sooner than other 3L shells. The Supercell is really long but the hood will not cinch snugly around your f...

In GEAR » Hardshells, too many choices
March 08, 12:26pm

All Reader Reviews by Will Elliott

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Granite Gear Virga
I second the positive remarks above. Many reviewers have been puzzled by the extension collar. It's so big so you can literally climb inside the pack while waiting out the night, waiting for your ...

In Backpacks - Frameless
October 10, 11:04pm