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All Forum Posts by jeffrey armbruster

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"Gear weight vs safety and preparedness"
Hey Ralph, here's an idea: bring a laptop and your insights down to the local veterans hall. Tell them, "yeah, there's this vet with post traumatic syndrome and some other related issu...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Gear weight vs safety and preparedness
February 17, 5:24pm

"Gear weight vs safety and preparedness"
Jake: I read the thread--even before the deletes. I didn't have time to re-read the thread in order to dredge up the language I read (jackass, paranoid jerk, etc.) directed at Heath in order to...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Gear weight vs safety and preparedness
February 15, 1:32pm

"Gear weight vs safety and preparedness"
I'm totally with Kate on this about mob mentality on this thread. I don't have time to go through everything that was posted, nor would I want to, but I remember Heath being called a jackas...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Gear weight vs safety and preparedness
February 15, 10:56am

"BAY AREA - Anyone have a Bearikade I can take a look at?"
Like Kenneth I get six days of food in a weekender. Bob's right about the minor weight difference sizing up on the canister, but I like to be able to carry my canister lengthwise in my pack, an...

In GEAR » BAY AREA - Anyone have a Bearikade I can take a look at?
February 10, 10:33am

: "anonymous posters"
Apparently Frank Zappa surreptitiously moved to Alaska and is now going under the moniker "David Thomas"...now that's an anonymous poster!

In Website & Forum Admin/Support » anonymous posters
February 09, 10:34am

"Rain Pants Colorado Trail"
One consideration: for me at least, sweaty legs just aren't an issue. So I'm less concerned with breathable fabrics for my rain pants. I value waterproofiness and decent weight over everyth...

In GEAR » Rain Pants Colorado Trail
February 08, 1:50pm

"Trail Work Thread"
Back in the 70's I worked trail in the Pacific Northwest over four seasons. It was a great experience. Having done this gives me cred with trail workers that I meet nowadays in the Sierra. thes...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Trail Work Thread
February 08, 1:41pm

"favorite high elevation summer down puffy??"
Down gives the best warmth for weight ratio of any garment. I decided on more down, one less layer. I'm warmer for less weight with a 13 ounce down jacket with hood and no merino/capilene mid l...

In GEAR » favorite high elevation summer down puffy??
February 05, 11:06pm

favorite high elevation summer down puffy??"
I'm not sure how well summer kit in the sierra translates to the CDT. I've never hiked in Colorado. I've come to be willing to carry a few extra ounces of down for the provided warmt...

In GEAR » favorite high elevation summer down puffy??
February 03, 6:36pm

"Sleeping Pad/Bag...Overwhelmed"
Exped mat for sure. You're small, so you won't need a long. Frankly, you might consider their super light downmat. It's pricy and slightly heavier than the UL, but you're completely...

In GEAR » Sleeping Pad/Bag...Overwhelmed
February 03, 1:47pm

All Reader Reviews by jeffrey armbruster

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Vasque Breeze GTX
These boots really are a breeze on your feet. Unlike another reviewer, I found these boots to have terrific ankle support. However, the deal-killer for me is the relatively narrow toe box. Full disclo...

In Footwear - Boots, Shoes, Gaiters
March 16, 7:35pm