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Re: Leaving tarp at home
A polycro ground sheet weighs like 2 ounces. You can always wrap yourself up in it to keep the rain off.

In GEAR » Leaving tarp at home
December 03, 10:03pm

Re: Leaving tarp at home
Around here for local hikes I wouldn't even consider bringing a shelter. It just doesn't rain. But I'm a ground dwelling peasant and I always have a ground sheet, so that could be my ba...

In GEAR » Leaving tarp at home
December 03, 1:38pm

Re: GoLite Castlewood Canyon Running Tights
This is not a "deal". Golite had them at 49.99 for at least a couple years. Lame! But golite made some really good tights.

In Gear Deals » GoLite Castlewood Canyon Running Tights
December 03, 12:46pm

Re: Balaclava that allows me to breath while running?
Icebreaker flexi chute... go for wool. You can breathe through it even when it's wet. It's just a stretchy wool buff, comfortably fits skin tight over your face. If you face gets too warm ...

In GEAR » Balaclava that allows me to breath while running?
December 03, 1:58am

Re: Cheap is usually Cheap
Check out your local sporting goods store, like a sports authority.

In GEAR » Affordable Wind Jackets
December 02, 11:16am

Re: cook/no-cook: who has tried both and what weight diff did you find?
I've done it. I usually bring an assortment of crackers, dried fruits, nuts, cheese, cured meats, and snickers. For breakfast I do cereal with dehydrated whole milk. No cook food weight is usu...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » cook/no-cook: who has tried both and what weight diff did you find?
December 02, 1:57am

wtb ula catalyst
Looking to buy a ULA Catalyst to haul some extra weight for winter camping. I don't mind if it's used. small hip belt, medium torso. Looking to save a bit and pay around $200 shipp...

In Gear Swap » wtb ula catalyst
December 01, 1:32am

Re: Layering High Loft Insulation in Winter
I haven't dealt with those temps but I like a big oversized puffy vest on top of a puffy hoody.

In GEAR » Layering High Loft Insulation in Winter
November 29, 8:25pm

Re: How about...
Do they have enough underfoot insulation for snow?

In GEAR » Outdoor Research Mukluks
November 27, 5:18pm

Re: Good deal indeed!
Joe, that bag will not keep you warm down to the 6 degree rating. It's lower limit is 6 meaning you won't get hypothermia at 6 degrees. It's comfort rating was 19 degrees.

In Gear Deals » sleeping bag
November 27, 12:59pm

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