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Re: re: bowl lifter
Well that is plain kewl Robert. How did you make it?

In GEAR » Anyone use the Snow Peak titanium bowl for a pot?
June 12, 1:17am

Re: Trip to Japan
If you have 3 consecutive days, I'd recommend Tateyama Alpine Route in the North Alps. You can overnight in a relatively nice lodge in Murodo with onsen bath so no gear needed. The climbing is ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Trip to Japan
June 12, 1:10am

Re: Snowdonia
Ok, so I have been in London now for a week and have signed up for Intro to Scrambling and Advanced Scrambling courses at the Plas Y Brenin National Mountain Sports Centre June 23-July 4! I will ha...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Recommended walks near London UK
June 11, 3:30am

Re: Fusion 65 for Blaze?
In your first post you indicated you had a Granite Gear Blaze AC60. Curious as to what you did not like about the Blaze? Afterall, it is an award winning pack and the Large has an adjustable torso ...

In GEAR » How does my backpack fit? (Pics inside)
June 10, 12:55am

Re: Re: smelly down.
Dale is correct. Smelly down = bad/poorly processed down. Maybe not even be spec'd correctly. Not to blame the quilt maker, but fraud is rampant in down business. Even the big retailers can get...

In GEAR » awesome quilt, smelly down.
June 09, 2:26pm

Re: Re: Quild with Torso Length XLite + Torso CCF
+1. Recommend you experiment with your current pad first. I found the ~3" dropoff put uncomfortable pressure on my lower back. No such problem with the X Wave Inertia. Even though the pad is m...

In GEAR » Quild with Torso Length XLite + Torso CCF
June 04, 11:30pm

Re: Re: trimming NeoAir
I use a Granite Gear Airbeam L size in my Kumo by just folding the bottom ~4". FWIW,I am also having great success with the Klymit Inertia X Wave wide torso so far this Summer As for tri...

In Make Your Own Gear » Trimming an Inflatable Pad
June 04, 11:09pm

Re: 2000 correction
Yes, based on my age, weight, and current body comp, my fancy scale tells me I need ~1700kcal/day to maintain body weight. But then my fancy heartrate monitor tells me that during any aerobic activ...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Help Pimp my MTR to Whitney Food System
June 01, 3:39pm

Re: Synapse and Leadville
Check out the Salomon Synapse and the New Balance Leadville MT1210. Both are well reviewed hiking shoes. Salomon typically runs a little wide and NB is a available in a variety of widths.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Blood under Nails and Shoe Size Question
May 28, 6:48pm

Re: Nylon Pants from Duluth Trading Company
Yeah, nothing special about these. 5.6oz fabric is heavy for a Summer weight Nylon pant with no stretch, ~2x heavier than the OR Treadway that can be always be found somewhere for 50% off. Even my ...

In Gear Deals » Nylon Pants from Duluth Trading Company
May 28, 4:48am

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