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Trail Running Pack / Vest
I'm looking for a new trail running pack to replace my Gregory Rufous 8. I'm doing more aggressive runs these days and I want something that carries better. Pack would be mostly used for ...

In GEAR » Trail Running Pack / Vest
August 18, 11:00am

I know several people who have a Unaweep pack, both 3900 and 4800, and they simply couldn't be happier with them. If you need a heavy duty winter load hauler, I don't think you will find...

In GEAR » Please help me find a good backpack
August 17, 10:37am

Did I miss a memo that said no one is allowed to go slow anymore? Are you guys being mean to Tipi and somehow forcing him to go quickly, against his will? If so, you should stop. That's ...

In Speed Hiking and Fastpacking » Following Jared and Ty's JMT FKT attempt
August 11, 1:28pm

Re: kayaking.
Thanks for the continuing info everybody. I'd definitely consider fishing from a kayak, but I think for the most part I would just use the boat to get to a remote fishing area along the rive...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Entry Level Kayak Info
August 04, 7:50am

Re: Re: Entry Level Kayak Info
Thanks for the info so far. So does 'sea kayaking' information apply to any type of open body of water? Or just the ocean? Because I won't ever be on anything larger than large res...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Entry Level Kayak Info
August 03, 1:24pm

The times they aren't a' changin'
Reading the 'about' section, there doesn't seem to be any difference in overall business philosophy. While I respect Golite's supposed commitment to sustainability an...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Golite Part 2 Begging for Money
August 03, 7:37am

Golite Part 2 Begging for Money
Just got an email from My Trail Company asking for investors. Looking to raise a minimum of 500k dollars to get production rolling. Investment opportunity only available to current Colorado res...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Golite Part 2 Begging for Money
August 02, 1:35pm

Re: Which makes better sense for solo?
You could rinse and turn the baggies inside out and let air dry for a couple minutes. No more wet mess. :)

In GEAR » Which makes better sense for solo?
August 02, 9:03am

Re: Family-Friendly Backpacking Near Boulder?
Lost Creek Wilderness is an excellent area just southwest of Denver/Lakewood off of Highway 285. Actual backpacking, not reserved camping. One of my favorite super close areas. http://www.fs.u...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Family-Friendly Backpacking Near Boulder?
July 30, 4:52pm

Re: Backpacking binoculars
Price Range? Also, if you are only spot scouting ridge lines and stuff, a simple monocular will suffice and save more than double the weight. Cabela's has a simple 6x18 mono, 3.2 ounces, ...

In GEAR » Backpacking binoculars
July 30, 11:11am

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