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"20% OFF SALE"
I wanna see some of those newfangled nail stakes! :p

In Gear Deals » 20% OFF SALE
July 11, 11:23pm

"Dealing with woodstove soot"
A pair of relatively light leather gloves perhaps?

In GEAR » Dealing with woodstove soot
July 11, 11:22pm

"Men's XL shirts and vests"
PM sent back to ya' Dale, thanks.

In Gear Swap » Men's XL shirts and vests
July 08, 11:34pm

"Sleep Clothes?"
"Secondary consideration--no attractant smells." that shouldn't be a problem with teenage boys :p lol

In Philmont » Sleep Clothes?
July 08, 4:41pm

"Men's XL shirts and vests"
yeah looks like you may have beat me Roger... bad boy for not posting after PMing, very sneaky of you :p

In Gear Swap » Men's XL shirts and vests
July 08, 4:39pm

sneaky PM sent
sneaky PM sent on: Ex Officio Airstrip long sleeve shirt Patagonia silkweight "orginal" Capilene short sleeve tee they're mine! all mine! :P muahahahaha

In Gear Swap » Men's XL shirts and vests
July 08, 12:49pm

"My MYOG pack"
nice pack!

In Make Your Own Gear » My MYOG pack
July 06, 11:24pm

"Lyme Disease: Challenging Old Stereotypes"
Very interesting article. Recently I've been wanting to ditch the DEET and switch to cedar oil repellent. How well do you think it works against ticks?

In Editor's Roundtable » Lyme Disease: Challenging Old Stereotypes
July 06, 10:30pm

"Quilt Sleeping System"
right on top of the pad for me. I usually wear long pants though too.

In GEAR » Quilt Sleeping System
July 06, 11:45am

Re: Re: new-skin liquid bandage question
"The Band-Aids protect the open skin enough that the body can look after all the rest itself. And they breathe nicely." In my experience, band-aids fall off to fast, even when you clea...

In GEAR » new-skin liquid bandage question
July 05, 8:48pm

All Reader Reviews by Unknown abc

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Katadyn Katadyn chlorine dioxide Drinking Water Tablets
OK, tried em' out for the first time this weekend. First, before leaving for a 15 mile round trip weekend in Athol, Idaho, I tested them out at home. They seemed to work fine after a couple of tes...

In Hydration - Water Treatment
June 15, 2:04pm

Nite ize S-Biner
I picked up one of these at Wal-Mart for about $2. I love it for its ease of use and functionality. I use it for bear-bagging the PCT Method. I also like how the wire gate is responsive enough to open...

In Miscellaneous Products
March 06, 6:00pm

Gatorade Bottle
Works great. I would replace mine every trip when I still used them, but they probably could last longer than that. One con is that after a couple uses, it leaves a plasticy taste. Good alternat...

In Hydration - Water Storage Containers
March 02, 9:36pm

Potable Aqua Iodine Drinking Water Germicidal Tablets
Well, the first thing I can say about this is that I just out right hate them. They are messy, and if you want to use the tablets that make the iodine taste "go away", that just complicates ...

In Hydration - Water Treatment
March 02, 9:29pm

Light My Fire Spork
When I got this product from Light My Fire, it was love at first sight. It’s got a comfortable shape that feels as natural as the human hand. The Light My Fire Spork is stiff enough that eating with i...

In Cookware - Other
March 02, 9:17pm

Coleman Peak 1 Microstove
This was my very first stove. Like the above poster, I got it at Wal-Mart for $20. When I first got it, I was pretty impressed. It is relatively fuel-efficient, has good simmer control, and burns hot....

In Stoves - Canister
March 02, 9:06pm