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Re: socks
The rocky goretex socks are a step above seal skinz.

In GEAR » Lightweight Hiking Shoes - Approach?
August 14, 1:50am

Re: Re: Some questions about winter camping in the Sierras.
Andy, I know you've posted that you like making fires in winter. I've heard that those military goretex bivies shed light sparks pretty easily, so that's a plus.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Some questions about winter camping in the Sierras.
August 13, 9:08pm

Re: Re: Some questions about winter camping in the Sierras.
So I think I'm getting a good 0 degree bag. I can get a great deal on marmot stuff through my work so it's not a huge investment. Right now all I have is a summerlite. I might also get an...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Some questions about winter camping in the Sierras.
August 13, 10:58am

Re: Re: Re: Cotton and Wool
Roger, I've seen a friend of mine wear his 8 oz ibex indie hoodie is 100+ degree weather with the hood up for neck protection and he wasn't complaining. Not my first choice for a hot weath...

In GEAR » wool/cotton blends?
August 13, 10:52am

Re: Cotton and Wool
Not sure max, some people like 50/50 wool poly blends for their odor resistance. Polycotton shirts take longer to get nasty than 100% poly. Roger, it would be a warm weather shirt.

In GEAR » wool/cotton blends?
August 12, 11:33pm

Re: Re: Re: Thunder: How close is too close?
So lets say I was walking through tundra and the next 10 miles in front of me was flat tundra. And I was experiencing a nasty lightning storm. Any reason to stop moving and set up a shelter? Wou...

In Philosophy & Technique » Thunder: How close is too close?
August 12, 8:32pm

Re: Thunder: How close is too close?
If you are walking on flat ground, not heading up to the top of a ridge or anything like that, is there any point in setting up shelter and waiting out thunder storms? Would sitting in your shelter...

In Philosophy & Technique » Thunder: How close is too close?
August 12, 8:13pm

Re: Re: What is your favorite base layer?
"If the trip is going to be below 50F (shoulder, winter trips for me) then Patagonia Cap4 Hoody can't be beat IMHO." Do you use it as a base layer or a mid layer?

In GEAR » What is your favorite base layer?
August 12, 8:09pm

Some questions about winter camping in the Sierras.
I've decided to get serious about winter camping this winter. I've done some light winter camping with some snow and shoulder season type weather but I've never done deep snow stuff wit...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Some questions about winter camping in the Sierras.
August 12, 8:08pm

Re: Re: Re: Damp
If we are talking about extended no breathability situations like a wetted out wpb jacket or using a non breathable rain jacket, then then dry time isn't important because nothing will dry out ...

In GEAR » Best rainwear for a month in monsoonal summer on JMT
August 12, 1:04pm

All Reader Reviews by Justin Baker

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Gregory Tarne 36
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In Backpacks - Internal Frame
August 13, 11:53am