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All Forum Posts by Justin Baker

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The safest cooking method is esbit, no contest there. A small twig fire, imo, is safer than alcohol. Wood is a solid fuel, you can't spill it like alcohol and it's very easy to put out b...

In GEAR » Actual fire hazard of wood burning stoves
April 22, 12:09am

Re: Not nearly STUPID enough! Sub 1oz Pack?
Roll up your gear in your tarp or ground sheet, run some cord through as shoulder straps.

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » Not nearly STUPID enough! Sub 1oz Pack?
April 21, 7:58pm

FS: Patagonia Baggies Shorts 5 inch "Glass Blue" Men's Medium
SOLD. http://www.patagonia.com/us/product/mens-baggies-shorts-5-inch?p=57020-0 Patagonia Baggies Shorts 5 inch "Glass Blue" Men's Medium New with tags, tried on once. $28 ...

In Gear Swap » FS: Patagonia Baggies Shorts 5 inch "Glass Blue" Men's Medium
April 21, 7:38pm

Re: Bigger burner
"Hopefully this will help prevent spot welding my mac and cheese to the pot bottom!" What pot are you using? An aluminum pot will spread the heat more evenly than titanium, much better.

In GEAR » MSR Pocket Rocket options
April 21, 6:10pm

Re: PossumDown Gloves
I would like to see someone take these possum down gloves and add a durable palm material. Maybe a synthetic leather material. So they won't wear out fast using them off trail where I am grabbi...

In GEAR » PossumDown Gloves
April 20, 5:19pm

Re: Actual fire hazard of wood burning stoves
No. You can have a safely build a small, open twig fire to cook your food in california chapparal in the height of summer during a drought year provided you are mindful of wind, put it out with ...

In GEAR » Actual fire hazard of wood burning stoves
April 20, 11:32am

Re: Drawstring Shorts for JMT
What about the patagonia baggies lights? I like them better than the regular baggies. Good in between length, lighter, more comfortable material, and I like the fit better. http://www.patagonia....

In GEAR » Drawstring Shorts for JMT
April 17, 8:57pm

Re: Re: For Summer use, do you overheat with high R value pads?
So high r value pads make you neutral with the ground. What if it's hot and you want the ground to take heat away from you? Unless the ground itself is hot, in that case higher value would ke...

In GEAR » For Summer use, do you overheat with high R value pads?
April 14, 9:17pm

Re: Emergency shelter with lower extremity injury
What about a bivy with a full length zipper? That way you can unzip it, lay down, and zip it all the way up instead of trying to shove your broken leg in there. I think a light puffy jacket, a w...

In GEAR » Emergency shelter with lower extremity injury
April 14, 1:44pm

Re: Cowboy camping and the bivy
Generally no. The exception would be really windy weather or if you are concerned about falling dew. Dew can easily soak your bag enough that you wake up cold. So a bivy would be nice for cow...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Cowboy camping and the bivy
April 13, 10:28pm

All Reader Reviews by Justin Baker

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Gregory Tarne 36
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In Backpacks - Internal Frame
August 13, 11:53am