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Christopher Chupka (FatTexan) - BPL Guest

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All Forum Posts by Christopher Chupka

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Mountain Equipment Canada still has the old school Zorefoam pads of varying thickness

In GEAR » Where have all the Close Cell Foam Pads Gone?
October 01, 5:10pm

FF Down Booties
I would have to vote for the FF Down Booties. I have only had the FF and the Nunatak to compare. The FF have a substantial closed cell foam sole and offer quite a bit of support. I have used t...

In GEAR » Torn between 40 below (non-down) and Feathered Friends (down) booties
September 16, 7:45pm

Family Tent Camping near Durango 4th July
We'll it's my fault. Havilland Lake campground north of Durango is full, I waited to long to make reservations. Anybody know somewhere in the area that has good tent sites, shade, a view...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Family Tent Camping near Durango 4th July
May 09, 12:44pm

Soft Star Shoes You could try these, wouldn't be exactly fast drying but super comfy. The could probably make you a double layer leather wrapped toe bo...

In GEAR » High quality shoes
May 06, 7:37am

I was lucky enough to see them in March of 89, at the Army's Winter Warfare School. They seemed so close, it was if you could actually hear them. It was almost a soft humming static electrici...

In Photo Gallery » Aurora Borealis
April 04, 10:43am

Look like Asolo boots to me. If you want to get my brother to swearing, aski him how his Asolo boots fell apart on a day hike on Big Bear in CA. Both soles fell off with half an hour of each ot...

In GEAR » Mystery Boots
November 29, 6:59pm

We are all blind
So from both sides embryos aren't people but corporations are, something twisted and evil and manipulative is present. I may be a simple man but this is how I see it. And by the way, it&#...

In Chaff » 21 Citations at Grand Canyon National Park for entering during Gov't Shutdown
October 11, 2:20pm

Soft Star
Anybody use these on the trail? I have a pair of the brown smooth leather and black perforated leather that I wear to work, absolutely love them. Though I do tech support for a high school and a ...

In GEAR » Soft Star
October 11, 2:01pm

Sierra Cup
Next best thing to a soaking wet pair of Levi's in the backcountry. Designed to be able to make all hot drinks Cold and still have the ability to burn your face when you try to have a drink.

In GEAR » Sierra Cup
September 28, 12:55pm

Re: Re: Re: Thanks Ian
Oh well

In Chaff » Continuation of "Religion in the Canyon/Foxhole" thread
September 09, 9:45pm

All Reader Reviews by Christopher Chupka

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Every emailed question was answered within hours. UPS shipping is free over $50. When I questioned whether an item that I ordered would be to my residence on my time schedule, they shipped it via US...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
June 01, 9:56pm

Rab Summit 300 1/2 Zip
I give the bag 4 stars only due to its weight of 28 ounces for a 28 degree bag. The Pertex Microlght lining is very soft and not clammy feeling at all. The Pertex Endurance outer is extremely we...

In Sleeping Bags - Mummy & Other
July 10, 8:51pm