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Re: Moisturized air
Anecdotally, pictures often seem to show people who live in desert environments covering their faces, except for their noses and eyes. I wonder if there has ever been any scientific experiments don...

In Philosophy & Technique » Conserving hydration through bandana/buff on face
July 22, 3:33pm

Also at The Clymb: Sugoi wool clothing
I'm piggy-backing (can I use this as a verb?) on the post above, so use that invite if you want to join; I went on just to look at the poles but found a Sugoi sale that might interest some: ...

In Gear Deals » Komperdell Poles
July 22, 3:30pm

1.9 oz pillow - $10 - POE stuff sack
Hadn't seen that before, very cool. Did you do anything to "prep" before you ironed or did it seal from just ironing?

In GEAR » 1.9 oz pillow - $10 - POE stuff sack
July 22, 3:06pm

Critter Can
If you are in a situation where bear cans are not required and you needed some safeguard against chewing rodents, you could carry either an Ursack (more expensive but maybe the most bombproof optio...

In GEAR » Critter Can
July 21, 6:50pm

Adjustable pyramid tent pole
Elliot, Could you elaborate a little more? Did you buy multiple sections of .742" diameter poles? Your comment about the various styles of adjustable poles seem to be about poles where one ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Adjustable pyramid tent pole
July 21, 6:41pm

Critter Can
That would not work as a bear canister. It might work as a rodent/small mammal deterrent, especially paired with an OpSak. However, you would still have to take whatever precautions you personal...

In GEAR » Critter Can
July 21, 5:42pm

Water Came Fast and Furious and Guaranteed a Tragic End to Crossers
Very tragic video and an equally sad situation in Yosemite. Even though I live in the PNW now (water, water everywhere), the only time I was in a flash flood situation was at Slickrock Creek ne...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Water Came Fast and Furious and Guaranteed a Tragic End to Crossers
July 21, 10:20am

Non baggy, finely sized pants recommendation
Another +1 for the Ramparts. I think with your need for an in-between size, your best bet would be get somewhere you can try on before you buy. But -- if they work for you, the Ramparts are great. ...

In GEAR » Non baggy, finely sized pants recommendation
July 20, 12:41pm

First solo trip
All good advice here already. I make a short list of relevant things like TH name & where the car will be parked, phone number & name of the NF, NP or whatever govt agency is in charge o...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » First solo trip
July 17, 2:23pm

New to Washington State
Welcome to the PNW! Don't be discouraged (too much) by our weather this year. This is an unusual year with very high snowpack and wet weather. Our prime backpacking season is usually a littl...

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » New to Washington State
July 17, 12:51pm

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