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Johnny Gish (jtgish) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale Coppell, Texas
About Me ultra-running, triathlons and backpacking
and cycling
CityCoppell
StateTexas

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All Forum Posts by Johnny Gish

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sleeping bag
i missed out on a wm hightlite. still looking for a sleeping bag.

In Gear Swap » Trail days: gear needed for my girlfriend.
April 17, 10:28pm

sleeping bag?
wm highlite or summerlite

In Gear Swap » Trail days: gear needed for my girlfriend.
April 16, 11:50pm

pack is done.
thanks

In Gear Swap » Trail days: gear needed for my girlfriend.
April 16, 10:03pm

Trail days: gear needed for my girlfriend.
im good. thanks everyone.

In Gear Swap » Trail days: gear needed for my girlfriend.
April 16, 9:16pm

esbit results from 3/23
i had a rolling boil at 7min 57sec and a total burn time of 16:37. water temp was approx. 65 degrees, air temp was 48 degrees.

In GEAR » Caldera Cone System
March 25, 11:42pm

pm
please respond via pm, so i can time stamp responses. thanks

In Gear Swap » WM Summerlite reg. left zip
March 25, 11:33pm

WM Summerlite reg. left zip
sold.

In Gear Swap » WM Summerlite reg. left zip
March 25, 11:28pm

fosters volume
research shows that volume for the fosters can is 25.9oz im guessing 16-20 oz is usable, 20oz is max for me, is this a usable amount with esbit? Boil times with 16 oz of water at 50-60 degrees?

In GEAR » Caldera Keg GVP?
March 03, 1:36am

durability
thanks chris, but im worried about durability for a AT thru hike. thats why im looking to cut my own Heiny can.

In GEAR » Caldera Keg GVP?
March 03, 12:17am

Caldera Keg GVP?
can you use a heineken can with the GVP caldera system instead of a Fosters? Do you just adjust the band?

In GEAR » Caldera Keg GVP?
March 02, 11:45pm

All Reader Reviews by Johnny Gish

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Big Agnes Seedhouse SL2
At only 2lbs. 14ozs. this is a very light double wall tent. I loved the all mesh walls which helps with ventilation and I never experienced condensation, but there were a few problems I had. Unless ...

In Shelters - Double Wall Tents
April 06, 9:58pm

Therm-A-Rest Pro Lite 3
The prolite3 short fits my pad sleeve perfect because thats what my sleeve was designed for. Thats about the only positive attribute for this pad. Even with seam sealer on bottom it slides around ...

In Sleeping Pads - Inflatable
April 06, 9:50pm

Gossamer Gear Nightlight Torso
I love my nightlight torso, but I wish it folded similar to the z-rest. I only use two of the three sections because I use it as hip padding and not so much for insulation. I use a thinlight pad for...

In Sleeping Pads - Foam
April 06, 9:45pm

Headsweats Race Cap
At under 2.0 oz. this is a great cap for above freezing temps. Coolmax material breathes and wicks away sweat at the same time. The terrycloth headband absorbs almost all of the sweat and is very so...

In Clothing - Headwear, Handwear
April 06, 9:32pm

Patagonia R1 Balaclava
This is the best balaclava that I have found so far. It weighs 2oz's which may be heavy to some but it is far worth its weight. I have used it not only on backpacking trips but everyday in winter...

In Clothing - Headwear, Handwear
March 04, 2:27am

Klearwater Klearwater
I used Klearwater on my trip this past summer in the Weminuche and was very impressed. It is very foolproof (no mixing) to use as it takes 1ml of Klearwater to purify 1 liter of water. Twice while p...

In Hydration - Water Treatment
December 01, 2:05pm

Backpacking Light Ti Esbit stove
I love this little stove. It fits my SP Trek 700 pot perfectly and I was suprised to find it is very stable. I have had no issues with the rivet. It gets great looks when you pull it out.

In Stoves - Other
December 01, 1:58pm

Snow Peak Trek 700
As has been mentioned in the forums the lid on the SP 700 is very heavy. Other than that , it fits perfectly in my Firelite Ti esbit stove. The 26oz capacity is plenty and lets me boil water for my ...

In Cookware - Titanium
December 01, 1:53pm

Patagonia MicroPuff Vest
I agree with all the great qualities others have mentioned about the Micropuff Pullover, but one thing to know is the cut is rather large. I wear a size Large in all other Patagonia gear but when I g...

In Clothing - Insulating - Synthetic (Polarguard, Primaloft, etc.)
December 01, 1:48pm

ULA Equipment
In late July, days after Brian stopped taking orders before his break, I called him and asked if I could still order a Conduit. He told me no problem and shortly after my M/L Conduit arrived. Small ...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
December 01, 1:40pm