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lightweight leggings answer
A light choice and a cheap choice are a set of legwarmers that cyclists wear. They also sell armwarmers. These are slip tubes of nylon that give a ton of warmth and are easy to roll on or off. ...

In GEAR » Lightweight Leggings
February 11, 6:32am

posting urls
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In Website & Forum Admin/Support » HOWTO: HTML in Forum Postings
January 26, 8:58am

inserting urls
Ok been a while but what is the code for inserting a url into a forum. In the old days this would work [url=]Name of the site[/url] am I making a bracket error. <...

In Website & Forum Admin/Support » HOWTO: HTML in Forum Postings
January 25, 6:42am

yosemite in April Shelter
Beyond Backpacking is a great book(just don't try and eat the corn pasta!)Tarps are great and are cheap to buy. The Jardine book was originally written 13 years ago. Many of todays lightweight te...

In Gear Lists » Yosemite in April shelter
January 25, 6:06am

Yosemite in April Shelter
I own a Henry Shires Squall Tarptent and a Hennessy Hammock Ultralight. Both are excellant light weight shelters. They each have their limits and I have found that as is the case with much of the...

In Gear Lists » Yosemite in April shelter
January 24, 4:00pm

three favorite peices
1. Highgear axis watch. I broke the strap on a summit and returned it for the smaller version. Very acurate altimiter, compass, and barometer. Only wish the alarm was alittle louder and the back...

In GEAR » Favorite Three Pieces of Gear Used in 2004?
January 01, 8:29am

day hiking list
I agree forgot the gps. Just got the integral designs jacket for Christmas. Hoping to use it as my primary shell for hiking, climbing, mountaineering and mountain biking. I keep you updated.

In Winter Hiking » Winter Day Hiking Items: Scenario
January 01, 8:18am

mountain boots
Thanks for you help. I went to Campmor in NJ and was able to try on a varity of boots. Best fit for me where the Montrail Ice 9 and La Sportivia Nepal. My feet are not shaped for Scarpas or Vasqu...

In Mountaineering & Alpinism » mountaineering boots
January 01, 8:14am

Winter Day hiking List
You pose an interesting challenge and one I think will have a different answer for those depending upon their outdoor philosophy. I was just reading Alpine climbing: Techniques to take you higher ...

In Winter Hiking » Winter Day Hiking Items: Scenario
December 28, 3:46pm

boot help
I,m off to do some mountaineering and need to buy some crampon combatabile boots. I will mostly be climbing in Northeast with maybe a trip to Eucador in my future. I realize I may need two set of...

In Mountaineering & Alpinism » mountaineering boots
December 27, 3:32pm

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