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FS New Exped Lightning 60 Women's
Brand new. Never been used, US$140.00 plus $40.00postage from Australia. Red colour with white dyneema grid. I measured the weight and it is 1090g (listed as 1100g). I measured the volume using ...

In Gear Swap » New Exped Lightning 60 Women's
May 21, 3:38am

Women's Exped Lightning 60
Derek, Sent you a pm about one I have for sale. Gordon

In GEAR » Women's Exped Lightning 60 alternative?
April 01, 3:55am

Re: The Evolution of a Winter Stove
That advice is true but I still wonder why the burning of food in my experience seems to be less likely with the wider head. Is it the titanium cookware or does the wider ported head spread the hea...

In Editor's Roundtable » The Evolution of a Winter Stove - Part 5: Infra-Red testing
March 03, 9:39pm

The Evolution of a Winter Stove
Hello Roger, this is slightly off track but I have been meaning to contact you about your stove that I have been using. It works marvellously in winter and summer except for one problem. The con...

In Editor's Roundtable » The Evolution of a Winter Stove - Part 5: Infra-Red testing
March 02, 4:12am

Exped lightning
Dear Karen, I have sent you an email at kk@dcsi.net.au asking about the pack Gordon

In Gear Swap » FS New Packs - W Exped Lightning, Osprey Exos 58 2014 S Unisex
January 20, 8:40pm

Pockets for Hyperlite Mountain Gear Packs
I say Nick, who is your pack builder? Gordon

In Editor's Roundtable » Pockets for Hyperlite Mountain Gear Packs
September 30, 5:54am

The Evolution of a Winter Stove
I took your advice after the first blockage Roger and cut a little disk of filter paper. I did have difficulty cutting such a small circle. Do you have any advice about cutting a replacement?

In Editor's Roundtable » The Evolution of a Winter Stove - Part 4 - Lessons Learnt
September 11, 5:26am

The Evolution of a Winter Stove
I used it up near Kosciusko on a ski tour. Worked great with temperatures down to -7 C according to our thermometer. Have used it in milder conditions. No worries. I used a piece of glass fibre ...

In Editor's Roundtable » The Evolution of a Winter Stove - Part 4 - Lessons Learnt
September 10, 9:32pm

VENT Soul Bivy Review
I have this bivy sack but haven't used it in a large range of conditions. Past experience led me to add a semi-circle of fabric that covers the zip where my face is. This allows me to keep a g...

In Editor's Roundtable » Mountain Laurel Designs eVENT Soul Bivy Review
May 07, 9:47pm

camping in the snow
Good material Roger. Were the snapped poles carbon fibre? Could be pushing their limits. Compare to the single pole tents with alloy poles. Nothing against carbon poles. Just have to work with in ...

In Editor's Roundtable » Camping in the Snow
November 30, 4:19am

All Reader Reviews by Gordon Bedford

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Lowe Nanon 50:60
Review of Lowe Nanon 50:60 I used the Nanon on three walks. 1. A three day walk in wet cold conditions. 2. A four day trip in mild to warm conditions. 4. A two day walk in warm to hot condition...

In Backpacks - Internal Frame
February 28, 10:11pm