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short video on frame sheet bending
a couple of my packs utilize bent frame sheets as an important part of the suspension. your pack looks pretty good. this video might be helpful. skip to the 4 minute mark to avoid the rambling. ...

In GEAR » How does this pack fit look?
July 06, 3:02pm

which UA product did you try
i found that the UA heatgear boxer brief, espcecially the mesh version is perfect for your application, but as with many products what works for one person doesn't always work for others. my e...

In GEAR » Underwear for hot weather
July 01, 8:28am

RAB Alpine 45
That's a good looking pack. I think I'd want a daisy chain or some other attachment points on the back of the pack. Is the hip belt removable?

In GEAR » Backpack for overnight climbing trips
June 30, 1:05pm

lack of water access problematic? pockets?
i can't speak for the ascentionist, but for my cilogear pack i bought a $2 chalk bag out of the bargin bin and thread it through one of the side compression straps if i want to carry a water bo...

In GEAR » Backpack for overnight climbing trips
June 29, 9:42am

nike long sleeve legend in white
it's a relatively loose fit, does a great job of wicking moisture off the skin and dries very quickly when wet. no vents, but it breaths. i have a couple of them and wear them in the field all ...

In GEAR » Sun Shirt
June 04, 7:21am

when the world of high fashion and technical outerwear intersect many times
bad things happen - anybody running out to buy this futuristic puffy with integrated hood and partially insulated shorts?

In GEAR » when the world of high fashion and technical outerwear intersect many times
June 02, 1:51pm

check with your pharmacy regarding repacking services for daily medications
the big box pharmacies for the most part don't do it (they may be able to order it that way), but my local pharmacist will repack a daily medication dosage into single serving blister packs. i...

In GEAR » Any reason to repack medications?
May 26, 8:23am

just to add one more to the mix, nobody has mentioned the north face verto 26
Simple light weight pack that accomplishes all of the op's intended purposes. also, at any given time somebody has it on sale.

In GEAR » All around Day Pack
May 18, 1:33pm

"typical freestanding mountaineering tents like the Bibler, when you open the door bugs get in." ???
bibler might be a bad example, or maybe before they were bought by bd, but at least now, many if not most of the bd biblers have a mesh door behind the solid door.

In GEAR » single vs double wall tent confusion
May 08, 5:29pm

what Bob Gross wrote is how it was explained to me by
the person on the other end of the phone at western mountaineering and a girl who was a researcher with the army at natick soldier systems. they both said the issue with high compression for any l...

In GEAR » OK to leave down compressed for a long time?
February 26, 7:12pm

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