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Re: Re: Re: Wrist GPS with digital mapping
Personally I I'd be quite happy using the Foretrex models alongside a paper map, although you may find entering waypoints a bit tedious as they only have about 4 buttons for entering data. T...

In GEAR » Wrist GPS with digital mapping
May 16, 5:15pm

Re: Re: Re: directly to chaff - why?
"2nd amendment fetish" Eh, that particular epithet used regularly enough that I think it's worth a bit of self-reflection on whether it's an appropriate comment, or just an eas...

In Philosophy & Technique » Rational Solo Fear
May 16, 3:56pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Sawyer-point-zerotwo-bucket-purifier-assembly-kit
You have a bag of "dirty" water above, a bag for the "clean water" below, and the filter connecting them. You can squeeze the top bag (thus the name "Squeeze") or jus...

May 16, 2:39pm

Re: steripen
Practically speaking, it's going to be hard to find a lightweight filter that handles virii. It's quicker and easier to use a very simple filter to get the larger particles, then let UV or...

May 16, 2:28pm

Yes, it does. My own preference is the Steripen, especially since you can even use it in a restaurant if you don't trust the water and they're all out of beer. Just carry a backup.

May 16, 1:29pm

Re: Re: ?
OutdoorGearLab started out as the gear review section of Supertopo, a California-oriented climbing forum. Chris McNamara (who runs both) gets plenty of time outdoors, and based on that and the rev...

In On the Web » Gear reviews and comparisons' online websites
May 16, 1:23pm

Your stove meets most of those requirements. The only downside is having to wait for the water to cool after you boil it. You may want to use a simple filter (bandanna? coffee filter? etc.) to cl...

May 16, 1:13pm

Re: Contradictions
The "heart level" bit is just to strike a balance between reducing swelling (as traditionally one would elevate the limb) and reducing the spread of the venom (keeping it below heart leve...

In GEAR » Sawyer Extractor Snake Bite Kit - Still Relevant?
May 15, 8:18pm

Re: Sawyer Extractor Snake Bite Kit - Still Relevant?
The basic plan is to stay calm and not increase heart rate. Assume the bitten area will swell up and so remove jewelry or clothing that might turn into a tourniquet when it does. Wash the bite wi...

In GEAR » Sawyer Extractor Snake Bite Kit - Still Relevant?
May 15, 7:31pm

Bedouin robe choice
A test of desert garb was done back in 1980 and published in Nature. The result was "it doesn't matter". While the black robes had triple the heat gain of the white, the air tempera...

In GEAR » Clothing for desert hiking
May 14, 3:37pm

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