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All Forum Posts by Justin Baker

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FS: MH Bivy, MH wool hoody, Colubmia Shirts, Wool Gloves, Wool clothes/hat, Gaiters, Easton Pole, eGear Headlamp
All prices include shipping to the continental united states. paypal. I will ship international and charge you the approximate difference in shipping costs. I will only ship international to activ...

In Gear Swap » FS: MH Bivy, MH wool hoody, Colubmia Shirts, Wool Gloves, Wool clothes/hat, Gaiters, Easton Pole, eGear Headlamp
July 07, 10:21pm

Re: what size tarp negates use of bivy? and other interesting questions :)
10 feet long. That one extra foot over 9 feet really helps for bad weather. That gives you 2 feet at your head and toes. Even if you get a bit of splatter, keep in mind a tarp is well ventilated...

In Philosophy & Technique » what size tarp negates use of bivy? and other interesting questions :)
July 07, 7:31pm

Re: Re: canister stove with truly great simmer/flame adjustability?
I use my MSR Wind Pro with my 8 inch fry-bake. It's has a very wide heat flame spread, you can turn it down very low for delicate baking or fire it way up to boil water quickly. But its heavier...

In GEAR » canister stove with truly great simmer/flame adjustability?
July 07, 3:49pm

Re: Re: Would you wear this on a Sierra trip?
"Two good switchbacks in warm summer rain and you'll be as wet inside as out" Any ultralight rain jacket will get you sweaty. "your shorts will be sticking to your legs&quo...

In GEAR » Would you wear this on a Sierra trip?
July 06, 7:41pm

Re: Would you wear this on a Sierra trip?
Yes, I would. Should work fine. I usually have my rain jacket sleeves rolled up anyways when on the move.

In GEAR » Would you wear this on a Sierra trip?
July 06, 6:32pm

Re: "Lightest" defined
Yes, I had a 25 ounce-ish 700 fill 10 degree EE quilt (not super light fabric) that kept me just as warm as my 2lb mountain hardwear phantom 15 sleeping bag with 20 ounces of fill. I decided I h...

In GEAR » Lightest 20F Synthetic Bag?
July 05, 8:34pm

Re: Beyon Gear Apex insulated Jacket
No experience, but the entire site looks like overpriced tacticool apparel. No way I would pay that much for a synthetic jacket.

In GEAR » Beyon Gear Apex insulated Jacket
July 03, 10:42pm

Re: Lightest 20F Synthetic Bag?
Lightest is going to be a quilt. Mountain Hardwear makes some good, reasonably warm for the weight synthetic bags. You should give them a look.

In GEAR » Lightest 20F Synthetic Bag?
July 03, 7:46pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Thanks
"Bumping is banned. Period. Get over it. Price reductions are permitted - even encouraged." A price reduction bump is still a bump Roger.

In Website & Forum Admin/Support » Bumping posts in gear swap
July 03, 7:09pm

Re: How bad are the sierra mosquitoes right now?
So yeah, the mosquitoes are gone. During the evenings near the north fork kings river and the second night at blackrock lake, I had no need to put on pants or a head net or apply deet. I only got s...

In Pre-Trip Planning » How bad are the sierra mosquitoes right now?
July 02, 3:27am

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