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2013 Frost Line is Box Construction
The 2013 Frost Line, although heavier, is not sewn-through. 2013 specs posted for reference below from the Montbell Outlet site: Features: Box construction eliminates cold spots, while encoura...

In Gear Deals » A few Montbell Frost Line (one large, a few XXLs) for $175 at Montbell store in Portland
December 07, 11:12pm

Re: Bushbuddy Fake?
Martin, I have a Bushbuddy Ultra that I purchased directly from Fritz a couple of years ago and can confirm that it says 'BUSHBUDDY ULTRA' in capital letters across the bottom. You shoul...

In GEAR » Bushbuddy Fake?
February 07, 8:43pm

cust seat
I'll take the cush

In Gear Swap » Klymit Cush Seat/Pillow and Biffy Bags!!!
December 30, 4:06pm

Gear needs friends
Two for me as well

In Gear Swap » Peter'sHeadNets are Back .. soon.
August 03, 8:03am

Re: Kettles
Josh, Is the tangible result to make your own copy of Devin's design? Seems like an odd response to me . . ..

In GEAR » Double walled mini volcano kettle
February 13, 8:52pm

eVent not necessary
Victor, Given that you're more than likely pairing with a tent, I'd recommend that you get the lightest bivy available that's still water resistant enough for use with a tarp. What k...

In GEAR » Rab Bivisack
February 06, 5:16pm

Anyone use Nikwax Down Proof
Nikwax makes a product called Down Proof that purportedly prevents down from absorbing moisture while also renewing DWR. I've not used the product, so cannot endorse it.

In GEAR » Down in the PNW
January 24, 5:53pm

7 Days is ideal
Agree with Sarah that 7 days is probably the perfect length if you want to stay at the best spots and take in the scenery. On our 5th night, we had a torrential downpour (probably the worst that I ...

In Gear Lists » Wonderland Trail Gear List
January 09, 7:13pm

Food cache
Jerry, Here's a link: You can send your food ahead to ranger stations along the trail, scheduling the day when it needs to...

In Gear Lists » Wonderland Trail Gear List
January 07, 6:37pm

Looks pretty complete
I did the Wonderland in six days last September, starting on the 11th. Compared to my list, you look pretty solid: * You have a lot of insulative layers (2 jackets--one down and one synthetic);...

In Gear Lists » Wonderland Trail Gear List
January 07, 5:56pm

All Reader Reviews by Patrick Mullen

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zpacks Company
I ordered a blast 26 from Joe back in January and he provided excellent customer service, exceeding my expectations in spite of a huge influx of orders in 2010. The pack was delivered when promised an...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
April 09, 11:18pm