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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: soft shell insulation qualities
It's not a perceptual illusion when it's throwing off your center of balance and your back and shoulders start getting sore. It's not all about burned calories. ;)

In GEAR » Advice for a hardshell for early spring and late fall.
April 18, 12:38pm

Re: Re: Re: soft shell insulation qualities
> Also, I find the statement "[it] doesn't really hurt > pack weight either, since it's a 'worn' item" absolutely > hilarious. In my experience, having the w...

In GEAR » Advice for a hardshell for early spring and late fall.
April 16, 4:07pm

Re: HG burrow or EE enigma
Keep in mind that the HG quilts are narrower than the EE medium. The HG quilts are also straight taper, not half taper, like the EE quilts. For these reasons, you can't just simply compare the ...

In GEAR » HG burrow or EE enigma
April 07, 4:16pm

Re: Re: rain shell
> IMHO, a windshirt and light fleece like an R1 will > provide all the protection of a soft shell at less > weight and far more versatility. Windshirts aren't anywhere close to th...

In GEAR » Advice for a hardshell for early spring and late fall.
April 07, 4:10pm

Re: No-frills, sub 10oz summer backpacking pants?
For 10.5oz, I like the Outdoor Research Ferrosi pants over the Treadways and other Supplex/Nylon designs. Breaths better and moves with your body better. They're similar to the Patagonia Rock G...

In GEAR » No-frills, sub 10oz summer backpacking pants?
March 25, 12:19pm

Re: Which 3/4 length inflatable sleeping pad will you pick?
I'm a big fan of the Nemo Zor. It weighs 9.1oz on my scale, is 48" and provides an R-Value of around 2.0-2.5. No pad drop-off, still insulates and cushions if you puncture it, quiet and co...

In GEAR » Which 3/4 length inflatable sleeping pad will you pick?
March 25, 11:43am

Re: Thermostatic
I've been using the Thermostatic for a year now. I don't think the hood is huge at all. Seems to work just fine for me. I've definitely been in some seriously windy conditions, too (13,...

In GEAR » Two new UL synth puffies
March 20, 11:31am

Re: Re: Headphones
Roger, try picking up a used ipod nano 6th gen on craigslist/ebay. Same iTunes interface, small, weighs 0.75oz, relatively cheap, 8 or 16gb versions, and lasts for nearly 24 hours of play.

In Multiple Use Gear » Ear Plugs / Headphones
March 19, 3:22pm

Re: Kindle: not just for light reading! What do you load onto your eReader before a trip?
I'm also a big fan of audio books and music on some trips. I bring an 8gb iPod nano at an amazingly light 0.75oz. Holds more than I want to listen to in a week, but I generally only use it at c...

In Multiple Use Gear » Kinde: not just for light reading! What do you load onto your eReader before a trip?
March 19, 3:13pm

Re: Get a good one
You knife people are so quick to defend your religion, but always fail to bring good evidence to support the question WHY. That's fine you have your comfort item (mine is an iPod nano for books...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » unltralite knife
March 19, 2:31pm

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