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Being Scared and packing.
Officer stops car with tail light out. Driver hands over officer his concealed weapons permit and informs cop that he is carrying firearm. Cop says "OK, just keep your hands on steering ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Are you "packing" while you are packing?
July 13, 8:35am

Re: Re: Are you "packing" while you are packing?
I suspect Douglas packs a Magnum. LOL

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Are you "packing" while you are packing?
July 13, 8:06am

Re: Cuben base layer
It looks like that dude had some left over scraps from the cuben groundsheet (that he is sitting on) and made a cuben/primaloft diaper - lighter than a Pee bottle.

In Chaff » BPL meets Match.com
July 11, 2:06pm

Chacos don't hold adjustment
I had a pair co chacos in wide and they simply would not hold the strap setting. I would evenly tighten the toe and ankle strap and after walking 50 feet the toes were loose and the ankle so tight ...

In Gear Lists » Chacos hurting my feet
July 04, 5:56pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Poles: What are you all buying when you don't have $170 to shell out for LT4's?
was wondering if the 10oz was per pole or pole pair.

In GEAR » Poles: What are you all buying when you don't have $170 to shell out for LT4's?
June 29, 1:29pm

Re: Sleeping with a CATHETER
>In addition to a catheter, you could go farther, faster, with no rest stops. What about number 2?

In GEAR » Sleeping with a CATHETER
June 29, 12:41pm

Re: Re: Poles: What are you all buying when you don't have $170 to shell out for LT4's?
>10oz for a 3-segment adjustable 120cm pole in aluminum... wow >(12oz for a 135cm) per head or per ear?

In GEAR » Poles: What are you all buying when you don't have $170 to shell out for LT4's?
June 29, 11:38am

Re: Have you ever needed a SAW?
If I know I'll be making a campfire I take a small gerber saw.

In GEAR » Have you ever needed a SAW?
June 29, 11:23am

Re: Re: Bushcooker LTs?
I like the Vargo hexagon also and have gotten pretty good results with it. Especially like the flat packing and easy setup without having multiple pieces.

In Editor's Roundtable » Lightweight Wood-Burning Camp Stoves - State of the Market Report 2011
June 22, 9:38am

Re: Pack rifle
The one on the Ti-goat page looks quite a bit different from the pack rifle that was reviewed on this site and discussed in a long thread. It looks way more minimal and quite a bit lighter. Seems m...

In Other Activities » Ti Goat Rifle
June 21, 9:33am

All Reader Reviews by Daniel Goldenberg

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Ultralight Outdoor Gear (UK) Various
In Great Britain. Excellent selection of goods. This review is written from the perspective of somebody living in the USA. While a majority of the products will be available in the USA, there are many...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
July 26, 7:17pm

Six Moon Designs Serenity NetTent
This is an initial review based on setting up the shelter in my backyard. The Serenity NetTent is a fully enclosed bug shelter with integrated floor designed for use with the gatewood cape, or as a st...

In Shelters - Tarps & Floorless
March 14, 9:29am

I've ordered many times from backcountry.com, and a few times from their outlet (steepandcheap.com) and had great service. The shipping is super fast. On a Wednesday night I placed an order, Thurs...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
August 18, 8:11am

RailRiders Adventure Shirt
This is a real nice shirt for hot weather. I also own the eco mesh shirt and I like this one better since you can roll up the sleeves better. There are a few things I don't like however: 1. ...

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - SYNTHETIC
April 09, 11:17am

Zeiss Mini Quick
A 5x10 monocular. 0.7 oz. The size of a large pen. Clips to your shirt pocket. A pair of binoculars would be nice to have but the lightest pairs are about 1/2 lb, so a bit of a luxury for the ultralig...

In Miscellaneous Products
November 04, 9:35pm

Java Juice Coffee Extract
This stuff is really great! I'm primarily an espresso drinker and don't like most drip coffee. This stuff to me tastes better than drip coffee, even that made from good fresh beans. Up till now I've b...

In Foods - Energy Bars, Gels, and Drinks
February 22, 6:55pm

GU Energy Gel
This stuff actually works great. Unlike energy bars, these are easily and quickly digested and give you a pretty quick energy boost. They are just the thing to get you going when the energy is getting...

In Foods - Energy Bars, Gels, and Drinks
August 09, 9:10pm

Photon Freedom Micro (White)
This latest version is just awsome, it puts out a lot of light for it's size. The light currently seems to be packaged with the optional clip (a $4.95 value). The clip really is a de-rigour item. ...

In Lights - Flashlights & Headlamps
August 09, 8:58pm

Smartwool Microweight Fitted T
I've long been a fan of wool for cooler weather but this is the first wool garment I've been able to wear in really hot weather. Well made with a good fit. breathes well. I honestly can't think of ...

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - WOOL
August 09, 9:20am

Granite Gear Airspace Stuffsacks
These are silnylon stuffsacks but rectangular shaped and with a zipper down the middle. They are like a men's toiletry bag but made with ultralight materials. The nylon is kind of a translucent white ...

In Miscellaneous Products
August 04, 9:03am