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arc'teryx pants
I can't find MixMaster on patagonia's site now, but google suggests it's a fleece insulated soft shell? Those Alpha LT pants rock, and their lighter brother Beta LT at 301 gram are a...

In GEAR » Winter shell pants
November 27, 8:43pm

Mountain Hardwear & Conduit
Ok, Mountain Hardwear seems to come closest at the moment with 380g Pinnacle Pants (plus a cargo pocket!). Is Conduit still the same Entrant as 4 years ago (and same as TNF HyVent) ? Or are they us...

In GEAR » Winter shell pants
November 27, 8:13pm

I am prepared to sew my own suspenders, even for pants that have them. Unfortunately, the overtrousers design with elasticated waist doesn't go too well with them: first, it's usually too l...

In GEAR » Winter shell pants
November 27, 6:44pm

Winter shell pants
Hi, I've been looking around for lightweight shell pants for use in winter as all-day pants worn over insulation layer only. They should fit the classic alpine pants description: 1. reasonabl...

In GEAR » Winter shell pants
November 27, 5:29pm

Terra-Nova anyone?
My Voyager Superlite's net weight (before seam sealing) was 1610g, so I think it's lighter then Montana, even with 12 stakes for complete setup, and it's definitely a winter-lite! Actua...

In Editor's Roundtable » Big Sky International Montana 2P Tent Review
February 25, 12:34pm

Big Agnes, of course
Stupid mistake, seen too much posts on Big Sky lately. And they all explain why I chose Big Agnes over Big Sky quite well...

In GEAR » Big Agness Seedhouse SL1 - bigger porch?
October 16, 7:19am

Big Agness Seedhouse SL1 - bigger porch?
For about 2 years now I've been one of thousands satisfied users of SL1, but there's a 'but': I found it miserable in prolonged rain. When it pours constantly day after day and you ...

In GEAR » Big Agness Seedhouse SL1 - bigger porch?
October 09, 2:56pm

leaking platypus valve
Brett, I'll try your suggestion of placing the valve higher, but I'm not sure it'll help - it's the pressure in the pack which makes the water come out. I can't see any visible ...

In GEAR » leaking platypus valve
August 19, 7:07am

leaking platypus valve
I'm getting annoyed by a leaking platy valve. I own a 2L Big Zip, and if I place it full at the back of my pack, the valve leaks, even when open. If I hunch, when climbing or reaching down, thi...

In GEAR » leaking platypus valve
August 18, 1:59pm

thermarest prolite 4 sleeping rink
I just got a prolite 4 as a supposedly much warmer replacement of my old 'ultralight' pad. When I lie down on it in my quantum sleeping bag, I just can't stay on it when rolling, it'...

In GEAR » thermarest prolite 4 sleeping rink
April 20, 2:27pm

All Reader Reviews by Marcin Moscicki

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Brunton Crux
I bought it when I was searching for an ultra-lightweight canister stove with exceptional simmering capabilities and a wide flame for even heating. This toy had very good reviews, partially because of...

In Stoves - Canister
August 25, 7:03pm

Vargo 1.3 L Titanium Pot
After making a research for a solo set to use on longer trips, I purchased both 1.3 and 0.9 vargo pots. I chose them over the MSR Titan set because of all that details that make them seem perfect: eas...

In Cookware - Titanium
August 25, 6:42pm