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ibex woolie
i got my ibex woolie at a site called, steep planet. it was the best price i could find at the time. half the price of superfine 190 (icebreaker) which is what i would get if funds were unlimited.

In GEAR » Best place to buy Icebreaker, Ibex, Smartwool?
October 11, 4:55pm

arc teryx bora 80 for sale
1999 arc teryx bora 80 backpack. maroon, black. used a few times. almost new, save for a dime sized burn hole in the lower cordura. beautiful pack. men's Medium - 18-21 in. / 32-37 in. / 4,700 c...

In Gear Swap » arc teryx bora 80 for sale
September 01, 3:47pm

For Sale: Tarptent Squall 2 w/floor
$220.00 Tarptent Squall 2 2004 with sewn in sil-nylon floor. 35 oz. incl. floor Used once. New condition. Killer tent. Need the cash. email: harry@dodgekahn.com i'm in LA.

In Gear Swap » For Sale: Tarptent Squall 2 w/floor
September 01, 2:44pm

quicksand in paria
great trip diary. i did that trip north to south. september 1995. there was tons of 1-2 foot deep, very mischievious patches of QUICKSAND. you didn't mention that. has it disappeared? when ...

In Post-Trip Reports » Paria Wilderness Utah/Arizona
August 31, 9:39am

bivy
hey paul, bivy is beautiful. it's got a little zip down the side a ways, (it was a prototype so i'm not sure how it compares to his basic soul bivy.) it's pretty easy to get in, a bit of climbin...

In Make Your Own Gear » Lightest material?
August 27, 11:50pm

lightest materials
hey jacob, i could be wrong, but on mark verber's site he quotes a letter from r. jordan discussing the minor but key differences in primaloft and polarguard. very interesting. i got a 2004 ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Lightest material?
August 26, 9:34pm

routes
we choose our lapses in environmental and social responsibility. either consciously or unconsciously, either seeking information or turning a blind eye. hopefully we (as land lovers) are constant...

In GEAR » Dispoable Backpacking Gear?
August 25, 10:23am

plastic dowels from auto sun shades
i went to the auto parts store, got some very flimsy sun shades. at first i was just thinking about a ring for the door, but since then, i've been musing on how to keep it "open". if i just make...

In Make Your Own Gear » convert NF propel bag
August 22, 11:55pm

igloo shaped dog sleep bag
thanks paul. that helps. now i'm wondering if i need to shorten the Propel bag i ordered. (the long was 20 bucks cheaper!) i'm going to be doing some sewing anyway (see my new thread in G-spot)....

In Make Your Own Gear » convert NF propel bag
August 22, 10:02pm

sleep system layering: down/ polarguard
i'm pretty much brand new at all of this ultra light stuff. i got some deals and hope i've put together a sleep system that will work in all kinds of weather. in the summer i have sleeping bags for...

In GEAR » sleep system layering: down/ polarguard
August 22, 9:44pm

All Reader Reviews by Harry Dodge

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Icebreaker Skin 200 Mondo Zip
6.8 oz Not a "sizzling-HOT-weather" shirt, but acceptable baselayer up into the high seventies or so... because of the zipper i suppose. And then down into the fifties, esp. with a windtop. Really ...

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - WOOL
August 23, 8:00pm

Ibex Woolies Rib Zip T-Neck
6.5 oz. decently priced. (compared to icebreaker superfine 190 which is double the price) very very soft next to skin. very thin, breathes, etc. not quite a HOT weather shirt perhaps but an eighties...

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - WOOL
August 23, 7:52pm

Pacific Outdoor Equipment Insul Mat Über-Lite
i bought it cuz it was the lightest cheapest inflatable. i backpack for the nature, not cuz i enjoy sleeping on the ground, pad or no. i was more comfortable than i have been in years.

In Sleeping Pads - Inflatable
August 14, 11:58am

Salomon XA Comp 2
Sturdy, supportive. Just enough cushion, but not too high from the ground. I looked long and hard to find a trail runner without high heels. 21 0z. size 8. I like the quick pull no tie lacing syste...

In Footwear - Boots, Shoes, Gaiters
August 12, 10:31am

Patagonia Expedition Weight Capilene Bottoms
very light! i cut the cuffs off mine (8 grams men's small) and bring them as camp pants to ward off the general chill of evening in the desert. compressability IS a minor issue here,so a four. i consi...

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - SYNTHETIC
August 12, 9:52am

Photon Freedom Micro (White)
i love mine. i wear it on a lanyard most of the time. lost one too quickly the first go round. try red too at night to preserve night vision.

In Lights - Flashlights & Headlamps
August 10, 10:30am

Granite Gear Nimbus Ozone
the suspension system is just outrageously comfortable. the thing weighs 3 lbs but carries 35 lbs (and more) so well you forget your wearing it. with a new baby i had to start packing for the three o...

In Backpacks - Internal Frame
August 03, 8:58pm

Patagonia Micro Puff Pullover
11oz. in a silsack. (men's small) 2.6 oz Polarguard Delta insulation Deluge DWR treated, 1 oz, 20 d mini ripstop shell. really light. compressible. very warm option for synthetic insulating layer. n...

In Clothing - Insulating - Synthetic (Polarguard, Primaloft, etc.)
August 02, 10:51pm