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Thanks, Apparently there are 2 ways to contact without replying to a sent message, device-device, or thru inreach mapshare page. Didnot know this.

In GEAR » DeLorme announced today the inReach Explorer - It incorporates many navigation functions
February 18, 10:48pm

Can an inreach message another inreach? I was under impression you couldnt initiate contact with one, only reply to ones message. This doesnt apply to device to device communication? Or ha...

In GEAR » DeLorme announced today the inReach Explorer - It incorporates many navigation functions
February 18, 9:07pm

DM, yes rhododendron is toxic. But you have to eat 1/4 lb of leaves to get the toxic symptoms. Running a little water over a leaf, isnt going to do it. Id be dead by now otherwise. Everything...

In GEAR » Water Kit
February 16, 8:46pm

Probably should mention ive worked in a plant where we handled railcars of the stuff, and breathed more than i care to know. Im still here and allright. My wife might say otherwise.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » BPA Again -
February 16, 8:02pm

It is possible to make up scenarios which will prove almost any gear kit underequipped. Using ones brain and experience, we are supposed to avoid those scenarios. Being fast and light helps this...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Gear weight vs safety and preparedness
February 15, 3:43am

Water kit? I carry a couple of water bottles, and small vials of repackaged A.M. And a 2L platypus in areas where water will be scarcer And another 1 or 2 L platypus if it will be really, real...

In GEAR » Water Kit
February 14, 12:10pm

I have the tachyon in L. 42" chest, 31 waist, so I prefer tapered fits. It has a bit of a boxy fit, and fits roomy over my L exlight with no compression of loft. Almost like it was made ...

In GEAR » another montbell tachyon fit and sizing question
February 11, 7:10pm

cuben hybrid
Its waterproof Its super easy to repair with tape, any kind in a pinch Its durable and abrasion resistant enough to use with care No sign of any seam pulling or hole enlargement on my arc blast....

In GEAR » talk to me about cuben hybrid packs
February 11, 6:42pm

a typical best packing of a bear cannister is 100 cu in/day I can get mine down to about 80 working hard at it. I had planned to carry 8 days in cannister from MTR, when I got there I didnt fee...

In GEAR » BAY AREA - Anyone have a Bearikade I can take a look at?
February 09, 8:14pm

darn tougj
I have socks with a month straight of wear, only rinsing out in streams, with no discernable wear. I wear only unpadded though. Send them back, lifetime warranty. I dont have problem with ...

In GEAR » Darn Tough Socks Suck!
February 09, 6:48pm

All Reader Reviews by M B

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Melanzana micro grid hoody
very light, very warm, very comfortable. great design. A bit pricey, but worth it for the use I get out of it.

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - SYNTHETIC
March 19, 9:27pm

Western Mountaineering Megalite
Roomy, warm, true to rating , or better if shift down to top to maximize loft when sleeping on good R value pad. I sleep cold with a pretty low bodyfat percentage. After shifting most down to to...

In Sleeping Bags - Mummy & Other
December 09, 2:50pm