Subscribe Contribute Advertise Facebook Twitter Instagram Forums Newsletter

BPL Community Profile

Corbin Camp (heycorb) - BPL Guest

My Locale Southeast
About Me Corbin Camp has not added a biography yet.

You cannot send this user a personal message (PM) because they have not specified a PM email address yet.

All Forum Posts by Corbin Camp

Showing 1 - 10 of 67 | Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7


Forum » Thread

If you really want to go ultralight, old-school knots work just fine. A taut line isn't hard to tie and will hold in most conditions. Just make sure your line isn't something too slick (lik...

In GEAR » Educate me on guylines and line locks
September 19, 1:05pm

I like mine for no other reason than it boils fast and make pouring into freezer bags easier. With a little creativity, you can fit a lot inside.

In GEAR » "tea" kettle versus pot with lid
August 27, 12:08pm

I've been using light loads with a lot of success. Cheap, barely weigh anything, compact, absorbent and a durable enough. Will they last forever? no, but I've used them for everything from ...

In GEAR » pack towel
August 27, 12:04pm

How much
I prefer to know I've spent exactly $????? on gear.

In GEAR » How much money have you spent in the last 5 years on gear?
August 19, 1:37pm

I have an Exos 46 and it's worked well for me. For 46L You get a lot of storage options that make it feel much bigger. Yeah, it has a lot of loops and straps but I've found them to be usefu...

In GEAR » Transitioning to "SomewhatLight"; Backpack recommendations for wife and me?
August 14, 4:46pm

I've been using the Proterra Mids. They are relatively light for "boots" and dry fast enough when wet. What I like about them over trail runners is the sole is a bit stiffer. Seems li...

In GEAR » Trail Runners in Rocky Envoriments (New England)
August 14, 4:35pm

Waiting is a good thing
Anyone complaining about the wait time won't appreciate quality craftsmanship. I waited over a month to get my quilt from EE. That was not because it took that long to make, but everything to d...

In GEAR » Why do we have to wait for gear?
August 12, 1:13pm

Quality gear is worth the wait
When I drop the cash for a big ticket item made how I want it, I want the builder to do it right. If that takes a little time, so be it.

In GEAR » Why do we have to wait for gear?
August 09, 3:54pm

You won't go wrong with an appropriately rated quilt from EE. I'm a 6' ~165#, side sleeper and the 6' reg Rev is a perfect size. Great coverage and the strap system works great on a...

In GEAR » Help with chooosing a 3 season quilt
August 06, 3:51pm

Long day
Our longest day was close to 11 hours. 3 hours with the conservation project, then 11 miles uphill. Started at 7:30 AM and didn't hit Head of Dean til 6:30.

In Philmont » Philmont observations
August 01, 3:36pm

All Reader Reviews by Corbin Camp

Corbin Camp has posted no reviews.