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Re: ULA Catalyst hip belt issues
I had mine filled up to 43lbs and it felt no different than my Aether 70. That is to say, you can definitely feel you are carrying some weight, but it never hurts. I originally had a single sta...

In GEAR » ULA Catalyst hip belt issues
December 04, 6:42pm

Re: Ditching the silk liner
I wouldn't go on a long distance hike without one. If you are doing shorter trips, I don't see the point in taking one along.

In GEAR » Ditching the silk liner
December 04, 7:27am

Re: Feathered Friends Vireo UL - Will it work for the PCT?
I took a bag that I knew was comfy to 35 and bearable to about 25. Some nights I had it all the way zipped up. Some nights I had it unzipped like a quilt and lightly draped over me and I was still ...

In GEAR » Feathered Friends Vireo UL - Will it work for the PCT?
December 02, 6:44pm

Re: Time to Resurrect the Tall Persons Tent Question....
I had a Seedhouse SL1 that fit a 6'6" bag. Barely, but it still fit. A Rainbow is the only single person tent that I have found that is longer. It is less storm worthy in my experience...

In GEAR » Time to Resurrect the Tall Persons Tent Question....
December 01, 9:50pm

Re: Going to ground next year for PCT - recommendations for shelter/sleep system.
A down sleeping bag of your choice. Nights sometimes get below freezing in the desert and in the Sierra so pick a temp rating accordingly. Still most nights were frost free. Foam pad of your cho...

In GEAR » Going to ground next year for PCT - recommendations for shelter/sleep system.
November 30, 6:40pm

Re: PCT: jetboil or DIY stove
I used a Whitebox alcohol stove on the PCT because I wanted something that was simple, wouldn't fail, and was easy to get the right amount of fuel for. I would do so again. One caveat is that I...

In GEAR » PCT: jetboil or DIY stove
November 30, 11:06am

Montbell Frost Line or Frost Smoke with climbing helmet
Montbell says the Frost Line and Frost Smoke are compatible with helmets. Are they really roomy enough for a climbing helmet?

In GEAR » Montbell Frost Line or Frost Smoke with climbing helmet
November 29, 4:57pm

Re: When is a frameless pack practical?
They become practical when you don't want to deal with a frame. I have no clue what my Conduit weighs and I don't care. It's comfortable. They can make a much lighter internal frame pa...

In GEAR » When is a frameless pack practical?
November 26, 5:17pm

Re: Re: moah phun
Fun facts about the Gamma SV: They don't make them any more. The last iteration was cut baggy and the torso was long. Early versions were specifically cut short so as to not interfere with ...

In GEAR » Visited the new Arcteryx store in Portland
November 25, 4:43pm

Re: Re: Re: Quality
Wait.....Calculus was dry last week?!?!

In GEAR » Visited the new Arcteryx store in Portland
November 25, 2:24pm

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Equinox 8 X 10 silnylon tarp
I bought this tarp the replace the blue walmart tarp I started out with. I was wary of the grommets at first, but I have had it staked out as tight as a drum and they haven't gotten loose at al...

In Shelters - Tarps & Floorless
August 23, 10:38pm