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twig . (bretthartwig) - BPL Lifetime Member

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Is this a good reason to buy The One?
Hi Pedro, I went the same road as I'm sure alot of people have. By the time you add up all of the components you are at the same weight as a single larger component. My kit has gradually been ...

In GEAR » Is this a good reason to buy The One?
September 05, 6:18pm

GG "The One" or Tarptent "Sublite
Hi Jay, I have been using the one for a while now, I am 6ft tall and have not had any issues with length, having the high point in the middle definitely makes it seem roomier, I keep my murmur pac...

In GEAR » GG "The One" or Tarptent "Sublite"
September 02, 8:34pm

FS - Men's Patagonia R1 Hoody
PM Sent, Cheers

In Gear Swap » FS - Men's Patagonia R1 Hoody - L
August 31, 8:15pm

Possum Down
NZ Nature has great lightweight silk boxers too.

In GEAR » Possum Down
August 15, 12:01am

JMT speed record attempt
"Mega-Bonk" Sounds great!

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » JMT speed record attempt
August 03, 11:35pm

Your fav. UL backpack?
Gossamer Gear Murmur Gossamer Gear Murmur Gossamer Gear Murmur 3 votes from me!

In GEAR » Your fav. UL backpack?
August 03, 11:31pm

Slippy Sinylon
Gossamer Gear thinlight works for me. Adds a layer of puncture resistance too. You don't need it under the whole mat, I use about 2 ft. Stops all movement. http://www.gossamergear.com/cgi-bin/...

In GEAR » Slippy Sinylon
July 22, 1:41am

Will an 8oz MSR IsoPro canister fit in a Titan Kettle?
Hi Ben, Have just tried it and the 8oz canister fits in perfectly, the lid snaps closed, but definitely no room for much else!

In GEAR » Will an 8oz MSR IsoPro canister fit in a Titan Kettle?
May 24, 7:47pm

Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Sleeping Pad Review
As far as price goes, I think you guys in the US are getting a bargain. The regular neo air has just been released in Australia for $350! At todays exchange rate that's $263.68US!!!

In Editor's Roundtable » Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Sleeping Pad Review
May 07, 7:26pm

Clever adaptations
lassie, flipper, skippy, love it! I'd want an inflatable beer bottle, add water for instant beer.

In Multiple Use Gear » Clever adaptations
May 05, 5:59am

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