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Re: Re: Colorado
"I noticed that Chicago Basin sits at more than 11k feet, which could be problematic for me, as I generally don't tolerate elevation well." It'll be hard to find a worthwhile 2...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Ideas for 2-3 Day Colorado Summer Trip
March 13, 4:02pm

Re: National Geographic map kit software - worth it?
"I'm not entirely clear on this, but it appears that the above product allows you to install software on your computer that displays all the Trails Illustrated maps so that you can print o...

In GEAR » National Geographic map kit software - worth it?
March 13, 12:32pm

REI is awesome, don't hate
REI would be a great place to start if he would be more comfortable buying brand name gear instead of immediately trusting in cottage companies, plus being able to actually handle the gear in store...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Showing an Afghan vet my UL gear today
March 10, 8:22am

Re: Re: favorite high elevation summer down puffy??
I don't have a ton of experience with a lot of different puffies, but what I do know is I personally like a beefier puffy for anything above 10k no matter what time of year. For example I us...

In GEAR » favorite high elevation summer down puffy??
February 03, 1:16pm

Re: Re: "Dude we're going on a hike someday list."
John Muir. I'd love to listen to him just describe things as we pass by, lol.

In Philosophy & Technique » "Dude we're going on a hike someday list."
January 28, 7:42pm

Re: It's good to have skills
"BUT it's perfectly alright if you don't learn those skills. They are just interesting to me." Everyone should know how to build an emergency shelter, start a fire without mode...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Backpacking and Bushcraft
January 27, 10:28am

Re: To Hoodlum or not to Hoodlum?
If conditions don't drop too far below freezing, I always just wear a hat and a buff in balaclava mode. Why spend the extra money and weight on what is basically a single use item? Especially...

In GEAR » To Hoodlum or not to Hoodlum?
January 26, 7:45am

Re: Re: Best UL Hiker for mud, wet roots / boardwalks, and wet rocks
Love my Altra Lone Peaks. Work well in the mud for me. Fits my foot perfectly. I absolutely hated my Mountain Masochists, didn't fit right at all. That was the first and last time I'll ...

In GEAR » Best UL Hiker for mud, wet roots / boardwalks, and wet rocks
January 23, 10:49pm

Re: Ultralight Booties: What's Out There?
What do you consider super cheap? I cant think of any under $50. Goosefeet probably makes the lightest and cheapest of down booties. If you want really cheap then I think cheap thick fleece woul...

In GEAR » Ultralight Booties: What's Out There?
January 08, 9:12am

Winter Boot Recomendation por favor
Looking for new winter hiking boots, will also be used for light snow shoeing. Probably won't be used on any multi day trips. I would like to keep price around $150. I've been eyeing...

In GEAR » Winter Boot Recomendation por favor
September 12, 11:28am

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