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Inov-8 288?
I have the inov-8 Roclite 288. It was my first footwear after I decided to lighten up, but I didn´t quite dare to get low shoes. They are light, comfortable and grippy. Just recently there is a pu...

In GEAR » don't want trail runners
June 30, 2:56am

Lava down with eVent
Thanks guys, useful insights! I´d mostly be using a piece this warm in town and for day trips, I think. Another use will be hanging out and watching the kids play in the snow - and playing wit...

In GEAR » Crux down jackets with event shell
June 26, 10:52pm

Crux down jackets with event shell
I have a crux halo smock, and I´ve really enjoyed it. Lightweight, simple, easy and warm. It does lose some feathers, but still works nicely after three years. I wear it in the evenings for three ...

In GEAR » Crux down jackets with event shell
June 26, 1:24pm

Waist pack to go under child.
With two kids under two, backpacking is all about day trips with overnight trips from what people here in Norway call "cabin to cabin hiking" coming up, I hope to fit as much kit as possi...

In GEAR » Waist pack to go under child.
May 19, 2:57pm

Inspiring
Thanks! Inspiring stuff! We're just trying to figure out how to get some wilderness time with two kids under two years. Reading your two articles gives both practical clues and inspiration! ...

In Editor's Roundtable » Backpacking: Baby on Board - Part 2: Trekking with a Toddler
April 17, 1:17am

Super for varied activity!
Wow! Finally something we Norwegians do well! I have a Brynje Antarctic, which is a double layer with synthetic mesh closest to the skin, attached to a layer of non-mesh merino. I absolutely lo...

In Editor's Roundtable » Just Say No To Wicking: Non-Traditional Base Layers Based on a Next-to-Skin Fishnet Model
November 14, 12:14am

Inov8 288
Interesting to see the return of the 288! It was my first step towards the lightweight backpacking world, the shiny promise of "the lightest waterproof boots in the world!" lured me into ...

In Editor's Roundtable » Considering Minimalist Footwear for Backpacking
November 12, 12:25am

String-mesh!
I love my Brynje Antartic! Though not lightweight in itself, it is base + mid but increadibly versatile! Even if I work up a sweat and then take a break, I stay warm and comfortable. To me, it´...

In Editor's Roundtable » The Future of Baselayers
November 12, 12:10am

Not too warm in summer, but maybe unnecessarily heavy for the task?
I agree with Stephen. How can a pad be too hot? I have the Downmat 7, and I love it for cold weather and also use it for camping in summer as long as I don´t have to carry it too far. Super comfy!...

In GEAR » Exped Downmat UL 7
November 07, 11:32am

Paramo?
Sorry if this is a noob contribution, but isn't this just the kind of conditions where Paramo stuff has something to offer? Cold enough for the heavy material to usefully replace a midlayer, yo...

In GEAR » 20 degree wet weather clothing, again?
September 12, 3:10pm

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