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All Forum Posts by Justin Baker

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Re: Re: 45-50 lb pack
Daniel, it's entirely possible to condition your body to drink less water during the day and tank up at night. I can usually go a few miles without drinking water while other hikers are drinkin...

In GEAR » No compromises pack... does it exist?
September 03, 11:05pm

FS: R2 vest and MH Monkey Man Hoody size medium
Prices include shipping to the lower 48. This R2 vest is a catch and release. Tag says F5 (fall 2005) Selling for the same price I paid: Size medium black - $29 shipped Mountain Hardwear M...

In Gear Swap » FS: R2 vest and MH Monkey Man Hoody size medium
September 03, 9:11pm

Re: Re: synthetic material of choice for jacket with frequent stuffing/unstuffing
Eric, what thermal pro jackets are you using? I just bought a melanzana high loft hoodie and at 14 ounces in size medium, layered under a shell this thing might just shatter the idea of puff being ...

In GEAR » synthetic material of choice for jacket with frequent stuffing/unstuffing
September 03, 7:23pm

Re: Re: Thoughts on UL rain jackets
Ken, what Helly Hansen jacket are you talking about specifically?

In GEAR » Thoughts on UL rain jackets
September 02, 11:37pm

Bear Canister
Why are you carrying a bear canister? Is it required in the area that you normally hike? If not, then hang your food in a tree.

In GEAR » Transition from Traditional to Ultralight
September 01, 8:15pm

Re: Transition from Traditional to Ultralight
Backpack- I would wait until you have replaced your heaviest items before getting a new pack. I highly recommend ULA packs. A ULA circuit is a good all around pack. But there are lots of options. ...

In GEAR » Transition from Traditional to Ultralight
September 01, 5:35pm

Re: Re: Re: bivy
Forgot to mention the xtherm is really expensive, but worth it for me because it's the only inflatable pad I own.

In Winter Hiking » Northern California winter nights
August 30, 10:46pm

Re: Re: bivy
I have a neoair xtherm, it's a great pad. I use it all year. R value 5.7. Down mats are just so much heavier. For winter I would combine it with a thin foam pad for a little extra R value, punc...

In Winter Hiking » Northern California winter nights
August 30, 10:39pm

Re: Fast Pitching Tarps?
A flat tarp sets up pretty fast. Just tie off to 2 trees and then stake down the 10 tie outs. Yeah 10 is a lot, but you don't have to be really precise in placing them just right for a perfect ...

In GEAR » Fast Pitching Tarps?
August 30, 7:07pm

Re: Dyneema Socks! (Camp shoes?)
I've already seen this product for sale a few years ago, not sure if it was the same company, but a bit confused as too why we are seeing a kickstarter now.

In GEAR » Dyneema Socks! (Camp shoes?)
August 27, 8:39pm

All Reader Reviews by Justin Baker

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Gregory Tarne 36
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In Backpacks - Internal Frame
August 13, 11:53am