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Re: Re: Relenting on NeoAir XLITE
Eric, knowing what little of your personality you've expressed here, I'd highly recommend you look at the XTherm instead of the XLite. Sure, it's a warmer pad, but that's not the k...

In GEAR » Relenting on NeoAir XLITE
March 13, 9:37pm

Re: 56 inches
Here's a good discussion of the proper pitch height on MLD's Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/131793047725/permalink/10151698312772726/ Now that I think about it more, I...

In GEAR » Pole height for a mld duomid?
March 11, 8:08pm

Re: Re: Campsite selection
Sounds to me like you need exactly what I need--practice. You clearly know what you can learn online. I'd say just keep at it and be a bit more intentional. Pretty soon it'll just be i...

In Philosophy & Technique » Help Me Get Better @ Site Selection
March 11, 5:31pm

Re: solo xl
Depending on the pressure, one of the advantages of a mid is that bugs tend to fly up to the top. With the MLD open vent (i.e., no mesh) they can in theory escape from there. So bugs are less of ...

In GEAR » New MLD SoloMid XL
March 10, 4:38pm

Re: Pole height for a mld duomid?
150-155 cm for my silnylon Duomid. Ron lists it at 145, but I get some stretch with mine, so it goes up a bit. The cuben one that I got to play with, though, was dead-on at 145. (Apparently, Ron...

In GEAR » Pole height for a mld duomid?
March 10, 4:35pm

FS: HMG, MSR, and Rab
Each item includes CONUS shipping, but I'll gladly ship anywhere for the difference. PayPal personal, or buyer pays fees. PM me or contact me at clay(dot)maur(at)gmail(dot)com if you're ...

In Gear Swap » FS: HMG, MSR, and Rab
March 10, 12:30pm

Bottom-Attaching Hipbelts
Good points Brendan about the Paradox pack. To be fair, I haven't had much experience with bottom-attaching belts, so there may be something I'm missing there. Though, from the little I gat...

In Make Your Own Gear » Chris Zimmer Pack for Heavy Loads
March 05, 10:35pm

Re: Re Clayon and David
Using Dave's system, you'll definitely get excellent weight transfer. I think my only concern would be the one you mentioned, the stiffness of the belt. While I haven't done any MYOG ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Chris Zimmer Pack for Heavy Loads
March 05, 8:52pm

Re: Jeez
Very cool. Really digging it. I love my Porter, but I always keep toying around with the idea of having Chris do something up for me. Is the hipbelt removable? It looks like it is in the phot...

In Make Your Own Gear » Chris Zimmer Pack for Heavy Loads
March 05, 8:23pm

Re: Re: Alcohol
Everclear. It's easy and burns clean. I don't have to worry about any toxicity either.

In GEAR » Caldera cone questions
March 01, 1:50pm

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