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Problems with Nunatak
As a follow up to this thread, the Nunatak Kobuk jacket worked well and was very light and warm in -20 temps on a recent expedition in the Alaska Range and I am very happy with it. Despite all the ...

In GEAR » Problems with Nunatak
April 23, 4:21pm

Problems with Nunatak
When the USPS left the delivery slip after the first delivery attempt, the form was signed with instructions to leave the package. The package was not delivered for 8 weeks and the USPS web site t...

In GEAR » Problems with Nunatak
April 09, 1:45pm

Problems with Nunatak
I ordered a Kobuk hooded jacket from Nunatak in October 2012. Tom estimated 6 weeks and that it would be ready before Christmas 2012. As I said he did not even respond when I contacted him twice 6...

In GEAR » Problems with Nunatak
April 08, 7:59pm

Problems with Nunatak
I ordered a jacket from Nunatak in October 2012. In December 2013 I called and emailed twice to inquire about the status, but got no response. After several attempts and several weeks go by, I noti...

In GEAR » Problems with Nunatak
February 04, 7:45pm

Trying to figure heat for warm premade lunch for backcountry skiing. Thermos is good but 9 oz. Alcohol stove won't work in wind and cold. Trying to figure a way to use Flameless Mountain Oven...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » esbit type tab
February 14, 11:46pm

2 quilt system
For winter camping in snow to 0 degrees, I am considering using my Tim Marshall cuben ultralight 2.5oz quilt as the underquilt/vb and a 3 season myog synthetic or 20 degree Nunatek or Katabatic dow...

In GEAR » Two quilts to cover all temps?
December 02, 10:28am

Vestibule from tarp
I have a MLD Duomid and a duo tarp. I am trying to rig a vestibule for winter camping for the Duomid using the tarp. I tried rigging it sideways over the entry half of the Duomid. Anyone try this?...

In GEAR » Vestibule from tarp
November 18, 1:37pm

MLD Duomid will be way too small. I have one. Its good for one, but tight for two. Add a dog, no way. I'm looking at a Keron 3. If your going to live in it for years, I'd go Keron 3 or 4 GT.

In GEAR » Tent advice please!
November 16, 11:33pm

Fuel stove
Does anybody make a lightweight titanium stove that burns fuel, such as coleman, alcohol, instead of wood to keep a tent warm. The idea is to have like a cook stove inside a stove with a vent/chimn...

In GEAR » Fuel stove
October 06, 10:19pm

Liberty Ridge pant kit
Its very difficult project. Make sure your tension is right on the machine and you have new needles. PRactice the waistband on scrap. Its really hard to understand the instructions.

In Make Your Own Gear » Liberty ridge wind pants kit
July 15, 10:52am

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