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Re: Re: Re: Re: awesome quilt, smelly down.
I bought a new 750fp duck down EE quilt last month and can understand both John's the OP's sentiments. To my nose the quilt smells like duck, or at least what I imagine duct to smell li...

In GEAR » awesome quilt, smelly down.
August 04, 2:18pm

Question for Snowmass/ Maroon Bells Clothing
I'm going to be out in the Snowmass/Maroon Bells area for 10 days starting next week. 4 days of fishing/relaxing, 6 days of backpacking. I love hiking in my shoftshell pants (patagonia rock ...

In Gear Lists » Question for Snowmass/ Maroon Bells Clothing
August 01, 4:16pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Interesting "T" Shaped Stay Design from Exo Mountain Gear
They carry an additional 100lb in this video http://vimeo.com/90432438 250lb carry capacity seems close enough for my needs.

In Make Your Own Gear » Interesting "T" Shaped Stay Design from Exo Mountain Gear
July 31, 2:30pm

Re: Re: Interesting "T" Shaped Stay Design from Exo Mountain Gear
Certainly, I was just suggesting that a lighter aluminum rod or even tubing may be sufficient for lightweight pack DIYers over the titanium rod.

In Make Your Own Gear » Interesting "T" Shaped Stay Design from Exo Mountain Gear
July 31, 12:02pm

Interesting "T" Shaped Stay Design from Exo Mountain Gear
These packs are far from UL, but the stay design intrigues me. It's similar to the "T-Rex" stay on the Exped lightning, but using rod instead of flat stays. It's overbuilt for ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Interesting "T" Shaped Stay Design from Exo Mountain Gear
July 31, 8:14am

Re: Vented Silnylon Rain Pants
Very nice! Please update when you have a chance to use them in the field.

In Make Your Own Gear » Vented Silnylon Rain Pants
July 31, 8:06am

Re: Re: Like Lowepro AW toploader camera bags, but nicer.
My design is admittedly inspired by toploader and similar thinktank holster. The primary difference is the cradle and potentially the close fit. I didn't think about modifying the lowepro bag, ...

In Make Your Own Gear » First Sewing Project: MYOG Camera Case/Holster
July 29, 6:38pm

Re: Re: First Sewing Project: MYOG Camera Case/Holster
Ryan, I used Solidworks for a design concept and some basic measurements. I created basic sheetmetal parts and flattened them to get rough patterns, but there was quite a bit of redesigning done on...

In Make Your Own Gear » First Sewing Project: MYOG Camera Case/Holster
July 29, 6:36pm

Re: Noice
Thanks And E! Is now a good time to tell you that my next major project is a pack and I plan on stealing from your designs heavily...

In Make Your Own Gear » First Sewing Project: MYOG Camera Case/Holster
July 29, 4:49pm

First Sewing Project: MYOG Camera Case/Holster
I wanted a chest holster that would carry and protect my Sony Nex-6 without discouraging me from taking photos by being cumbersome. There are several options on the market that would have done it a...

In Make Your Own Gear » First Sewing Project: MYOG Camera Case/Holster
July 29, 4:18pm

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