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Re: Duomid XL name and Superfly
Wonder why he called it Duomid XL. It's not really IMO. Something else again. There was a thread on Facebook asking names for this shelter - Reckon there were more apposite ones suggested. ...

In GEAR » Duomid XL
September 29, 3:47am

Re: Re: Sewing Climashield Insulation for a sleeping bag question
which flavour is the 'regular' climashield? ;) I Made a quilt from Climashield xp around 5 years ago. I initially used stabilising loops a la Rayway Quilt. Many of them snapped! (despi...

In Make Your Own Gear » Sewing Climashield Insulation for a sleeping bag question
September 26, 9:30am

Burly lines
the reason MLD supplies lines like that is because as Jason says, thinner types can slip. Without a securing slipperry hitch (which sort of defeats the object of linelocs!), 1.8mm will not rliably ...

In GEAR » MLD Duomid
September 21, 12:14pm

fuzzing
yeah it does a bit but it depends on the pack strap fabric and probably only aesthetic. I have a 4 year old Montane jacket made of equilibrium, which is still sound and not bad looking. It's ...

In GEAR » Late to the Pertex Equilibrium party
September 16, 3:21pm

sewing p n p
Along the cut there will be no seam allowance so I would bind the cut edges with a slightly heavier fabric, and stitch leather to that. not sure how you are planning to sew the other edges of the...

In Make Your Own Gear » Working with pile fleece and Pertex fabric?
September 05, 10:24am

a similar design
here http://www.opticsplanet.com/outdoor-designs-konagrip-convertible.html may not be as warm or light as Buffalo Mitts, but possibly tougher amd useful for a lot of situations.

In GEAR » Looking for a mitt that fits this design
September 05, 1:05am

foolproof
as I described above. on the occasional time it's tricky, use a small fuel soaked wick. on the mesh surface. I usually use a lighter, and once had a cheaper type which had leaked and beco...

In GEAR » Best way to light a StarLyte?
September 04, 4:06pm

Thanks Matt
Thank you. Not heard of RBTR before. A good colour selection too. Will see how shipping to UK works out. Cheers. BTW what I meant by my previous comment was, given the silnylons in mos...

In Make Your Own Gear » Any feedback on Silnylon from Montana software?
September 02, 4:19pm

use a temporary wick on top
occasionally lighting is tricky. various ways around it. keep fuel warm. a small bottle in pocket. use a temporary wick on top. it needn't be big say an 1/8" -1/4". wet it ...

In GEAR » Best way to light a StarLyte?
September 02, 1:48pm

Anyone? Silnylon Quality
Any users? I've seen this thread My thought is that 'all' silnylons I've used/handled feel thinner and less waxy than the MLD 'Shield' silnylon on my Trailstar. Th...

In Make Your Own Gear » Any feedback on Silnylon from Montana software?
September 02, 4:51am

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