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Re: skaha plus hood = separate 2oz down balaclava?
"Considering purchasing skaha plus vest or regular skaha vest and using my 2oz down balaclava. The skaha plus vest set-up would be lighter but is it as warm as the separate down balaclava?&quo...

In GEAR » skaha plus hood = separate 2oz down balaclava?
November 21, 4:42pm

Re: 10 things not to buy for backpacking
"8. A whole roll of toilet paper. A buddy, inexperienced backpacker that he is, recently showed up on an overnight with a complete, unopened roll of Charmin sticking out of his pack's side...

In GEAR » 10 things not to buy for backpacking
November 17, 3:55pm

Re: Golite Jam Pad Support
I'll go the other way and suggest trying to *add* a section of Ridgerest/Zrest pad cut to the same dimensions as the stock pad. Using both pads seemed to firm up the support in my Pinnacle pac...

In GEAR » Golite Jam Pad Support
October 21, 9:02am

Unfortunately, the GoLite online store is out of the pants and almost out of the jacket (limited color selection).

In Editor's Roundtable » GoLite Tumalo Storm Jacket & Pants Review
June 15, 6:17am

Re: Question for cold sleepers who use Montbell UL super spiral down hugger #3
If you're taking votes, I'd say go with the #1 for a little extra insurance. Yes, it's almost a pound heavier, but that represents 10 ounces of extra down, double what the #3 has. If ...

In GEAR » Question for cold sleepers who use Montbell UL super spiral down hugger #3
June 02, 6:37pm

Re: setup
I got their carbon fiber pole set and the bug shelter than hangs underneath. stake out and enjoy. It's a nice light combination.

In GEAR » MLD Rectangular Monk Tarp
May 29, 7:34pm

Re: other sites too
Sorry, but I just got to come up with no problem.

In GEAR » MLD site?
May 11, 6:59am

Re: Re: Bivy and tarp for snow camping ?
"Personally I find that a flat tarp isn't sufficient for use in winter conditions with blowing snow." I'll echo that sentiment. I did a winter trip with a tarp and bivy severa...

In GEAR » Bivy and tarp for snow camping ?
May 04, 8:10am

Re: VBLs in warmer temps?
Personally, I don't use VBL unless it's well below freezing.

In GEAR » VBLs in warmer temps?
April 09, 7:25pm

Re: Re: New Tarptent Website
... and the labels for the last two photos of the Sublite Sil are reversed.

In GEAR » New Tarptent Website
March 11, 7:12am

All Reader Reviews by Don Selesky

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Montbell Super Stretch Down Hugger #3
I've had my 30F #3 bag down to 12F on a winter camping trip, wearing a mid-weight synthetic parka and pants, under a tarp and bivy combination. I was comfortable up to the 12F temps, although I w...

In Sleeping Bags - Mummy & Other
May 04, 2:45am

Big Sky International
I ordered a tent about mid-December of last year also, and would be stunned at this point if it ever showed up. I suspect that you'll never get a refund simply because Big Sky doesn't have it - the f...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
December 05, 2:02pm