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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: New NeoAir XLite and Therm fabric
Its been a few weeks since the above conversation so don't hold me to this but I believe if there is a higher level of durability it was that the new fabric by nature is a little more abrasion...

In GEAR » New NeoAir XLite and Therm fabric
January 24, 10:35pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: New NeoAir XLite and Therm fabric
I talked to cascade designs on the new xtherm. They changed fabrics and although the fabric weight has changed they stated the new fabrics are of equal strength. The rep I spoke to said the new fab...

In GEAR » New NeoAir XLite and Therm fabric
January 24, 10:31pm

Re: Re: Prepared
Holy crap! My first thought was I would be wary of where I wore that thing. Maybe on the trail it would be fine but not in the workplace. Like don't wear a necklace when operating a lathe or we...

In GEAR » Leatherman Tread.
January 23, 2:02pm

Re: Re: EE sizing
Also having tried a hat and a balaclava I prefer the full coverage of the balaclava in colder temps. Something that runs the entire length of your neck. Having the quilt cinch strap snug around the...

In GEAR » Regular or Long EE Accomplice Quilt?
January 23, 9:06am

Re: EE sizing
Personally I would stick to the size that will easily wrap around your neck with a few inches to spare in the foot box but not a lot of extra length. Other wise you may be trying to heat up too muc...

In GEAR » Regular or Long EE Accomplice Quilt?
January 23, 8:55am

Re: second acorns
Cold sleeper here, and getting colder as the years click by. Down to 35-40F I get away nicely with any dry hiking sock. Most of the time I can go without if my sleep system is keeping up with the c...

In GEAR » Cold sleepers: What are your go-to sleeping socks?
January 20, 1:29pm

Double?
Franco, any estimate of what the weight and width would ,measure up on the double design? jimmyb

In GEAR » Tarptent Protrail
January 17, 5:48pm

Re: Water, "Putting food by", Mormon prepping and Water
As a boater one piece of advise that is taught early on is stay with the boat, even if capsized and still buoyant it offers a better advantage to survival than going into the water. IMO in all but ...

In GEAR » ACCIDENTALLY PREPPED FOR THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE
January 16, 6:52pm

Re: ACCIDENTALLY PREPPED FOR THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE
Well disaster yes, the gear most certainly will come in handy. Zombies?....to hell with the pads bags and stoves, my pack will be laden with ammo. The rest I can acquire at will from all those who ...

In GEAR » ACCIDENTALLY PREPPED FOR THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE
January 15, 9:02pm

Re: Re: Re: MYOG Around the House
Ah yes Bob, I surely would like to play around with one of those ingenious little machines. I'm a bit antiquated with my manual Bridgeport mill. It was the low buck low tech route. Anyway, I...

In Make Your Own Gear » MYOG Around the House
January 13, 10:07am

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