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Re: Perceived Warmth Experiment
Daryl - I have a suggestion for you if you have the time and interest to try it: repeat your test but use three t-shirts - one all cotton, one cotton/poly blend, one all-poly. And also, in each cas...

In GEAR » Perceived Warmth Experiment
October 12, 11:53am

Re: coil or toothed zippers
There are #3 toothed zippers - though I don't know offhand of a MYOG supplier for them. I have them on my REI zipoff pants for instance, and have had them on light jackets in the past. I've...

In Make Your Own Gear » coil or toothed zippers
October 12, 11:32am

Thu-hiker Pertex
Has anyone made anything from the Pertex Shield or Pertex Endurance that Thru-hiker sells? Curious about how either has performed for you.

In Make Your Own Gear » Thu-hiker Pertex
October 11, 12:02pm

Re: Re: Limits of mountain bike travel?
Having seen a few of Danny's other videos I can tell you this may be hairier than what he usually does, but it's a lot less mind-blowing. Usually he is doing things on a bike that truly bog...

In Bikepacking & Bicycle Touring » Limits of mountain bike travel?
October 09, 10:50pm

Re: WTB: Black Diamond Firstlight style tent
When you Firstlight "style" does that mean only the firstlight model, or would you be interested in a Lighthouse?

In Gear Swap » WTB: Black Diamond Firstlight style tent
October 09, 10:32pm

Re: MY winter clothes system, hints to improve.
Unless you want to be in your sleeping bag at all times when in camp, some light puffy pants just for camp are great.

In GEAR » MY winter clothes system, hints to improve.
October 08, 12:06pm

Re: Sheltered Camp
When and where can make a big difference. A gully may be snug when it's just wind in the mountains and maybe a little rain; but will be a drift collector in the snow and a death trap in the des...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Sheltered Camp
October 07, 4:11pm

Re: One Tent or two for a family of four
Having been in your shoes and gotten the 4-man, I'd do it again and here's why: With kids that age it's nice to have everyone in the same tent. If you have to deal with a wet sleeping b...

In GEAR » One Tent or two for a family of four
October 07, 3:59pm

Re: Down bag in SE Alaska?
My son works as a camp counselor over the summer at Point Reyes National Seashore - which is not as wet as SE Alaska but it is very humid and foggy almost every night. Condensation there is the wor...

In GEAR » Down bag in SE Alaska?
October 05, 12:11pm

Re: pre-filtering solids
Jim, you bring up what I should have mentioned as well, that some sort of pre-filter for gunk/large solids is a must for dirty water or even just likely mild algae situations, regardless of the fil...

In Editor's Roundtable » RapidPure Filters Review
October 03, 6:47pm

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