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Joe L (heyyou) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale Cutting brush off of the Arizona Tr
About Me Returned to BPing after retiring. If I don't go light weight, I won't be able to go.
CountryYes, I live in the country.

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All Forum Posts by Joe L

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maybe got one
Dave, my E2E stove that I think is a GW and not a GW Pro, is an inch & 3/8 tall, an inch and 3/8 diameter, weighs .4 oz, 11 grams. Counting the rivets, it has fifty holes drilled in it. No ch...

In Gear Swap » WTB: gram weenie stove
October 01, 9:41pm

WM pad is expendable
A second on the suggestion to use a WalMart pad to get the size and shape right then cut the GG pad slightly larger in case it flexes more than the WM pad. Take a single edge razor blade to us...

In Hammocks » trimming a ccf pad
September 26, 10:33pm

Nunatak Arc AT half quilt, Nunatak Sub-Alpinist bag
I will sell my size large, Nunatak Arc AT, 9.5 oz. It is a half quilt with standard fill that I bought on impulse about three years ago. I'm 5'8" and it comes up to my armpits, but n...

In Gear Swap » WTB: Nunatak, Titanium cookware
September 26, 12:16am

new 10 oz. beer can for stove builders
Coors Light is selling Summer Breeze beer in 10 ounce cans. The relative diameters are: Bud Light stadium bottle slides into 10 oz. Coors can but with no room for folded wick. Coors can slides...

In Make Your Own Gear » new 10 oz. beer can for stove builders
September 01, 10:57am

Reflectrix
Reflectrix is a brand name for the shiny bubble wrap. At the national home improvement stores, you have to buy the whole roll. At a hardware store, you may be able to buy it by the linear foot.

In Make Your Own Gear » Large Stand-Up Cozy Ideas?
September 01, 10:11am

SPF: Nunatak Sub-Alpinist Sleeping Bag 15.3 oz. Quantum fabric 35 degrees sz medium
SOLD PENDING FUNDS For Sale: A Nunatak Sub-Alpinist Sleeping Bag, 15.3 ounces, size medium to 6', green Quantum fabric, 35 degree rated, light use due to my using quilts in my hammocks. ...

In Gear Swap » FS: Nunatak Sub-Alpinist Sleeping Bag 15.3 oz. Quantum fabric 35 degrees sz medium
August 07, 12:31pm

bag yes, event fabric no
Have a Nunatak Sub-Alpinist sleeping bag in Quantum fabric, sz medium, 15.3 ounces, 35 degree rated, $310 shipped in North America. Low mileage due to being a hammock user, I'm carrying quilts...

In Gear Swap » WTB: Nunatak Sub-Alpinist bag
August 07, 12:21pm

Montbell Thermawrap sz med.
My black, size medium Montbell Thermawrap jacket has never been in my pack. I bought it intending to backpack in wetter climates and have since lost interest in that. It is a true size medium, ...

In Gear Swap » WTB montbell thermawrap, nano puff, rab xenon,etc, etc - synthetic fill hooded or not
July 27, 9:24pm

SOLD: Black Rock Down hat for sale, grey, size medium
Sold: Size medium, grey Black Rock down hat. $45 free shipping to almost anywhere due to the light weight. Catch and release from FS: plethora of UL gear---very, very nice http://www....

In Gear Swap » FS: Black Rock Down hat for sale, grey, size medium
July 24, 8:48pm

balck rock hat
I will buy the black Rock down hat.

In Gear Swap » FS: plethora of UL gear---very, very nice
July 20, 10:06pm

All Reader Reviews by Joe L

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2.7 oz 700ml Stainless Steel mug 10 cm
This no-name, thin stainless steel, single wall mug weighs 2.7 oz (75 grams) empty. Full to the brim, it holds 23 oz. The thin non-folding handle sticks out an inch but is spot welded on, so it coul...

In Cookware - Other
July 18, 8:22pm

Trail Designs Caldera Keg
Foster's beer can with 6 gram Foster's lid, cozy with lid, cone, stove, and 6 grams of heavy, durable reflective foil for under stove (I think it helps it heat) weighs 104 grams, 3 5/8 oz on m...

In Cookware - Other
April 25, 7:18pm

Gossamer Gear ThinLight insulation pad 1/8" approx. 2 oz.
It was a dark night, cold and windy at my poorly chosen campsite. Woke up cold so I moved the 1/8 GG pad from under the Torsolite to cover me inside the bivy--instant warmth. Maybe the exertion from...

In Sleeping Pads - Foam
March 24, 6:22am