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JMT gas/resupply question
Unknown, but Muir Trail Ranch will have them.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » JMT gas/resupply question
May 08, 7:49am

FS: TT Contrail
Don't let that stop you from buying this excellent shelter. It's easy to change. See how at I need to do that to mine as well.

In Gear Swap » FS: TT Contrail
May 06, 7:39pm

ULA Arctic 1000 Packs
How about some more photos - especially some of the frame and suspension system, as these will stay the same while the dry packs themselves are interchangeable. Is the suspension system adjustab...

In GEAR » ULA Arctic 1000 Packs
April 17, 3:57pm

Re: Re: New and Improved TT Rainbow
Franco: You do mean $75 CHINESE dollars, right? For the Rainbow, yes, it would take a new design to incorporate the added vent. I'm not so sure about the DR as it already has the two high...

In GEAR » New and Improved TT Rainbow
April 16, 6:54am

New and Improved TT Rainbow
Better set up another line for retrofits for those of us with the first generation Rainbow and Double Rainbows who want the zipper added. Henry - is this available and at what cost? Before you o...

In GEAR » New and Improved TT Rainbow
April 15, 10:47pm

ULA Amp pack
Also see the BACKPACKS section of Practical Backpacking

In GEAR » ULA Amp pack
April 10, 8:02pm

Just remember, Nido is supposed to be mixed with WARM water, not cold. It has too much fat to dissolve completely in cold water. I found it in the Asian/Mexican section of my local Albertsons gr...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » formula?
April 10, 7:59pm

Thru Hikers
Don't discard those tubes. They are great for carrying a sleeve of Ritz crackers. Pringles may be OK all broken up, but Ritz aren't - unless you're breading something, which hikers don&...

In Chaff » Thru Hikers
April 10, 7:56pm

ULA Arctic 1000 Packs
To get the photos to move off of the specifications textbox, close your FAVORITES when using Internet Explorer. I too would be interested in this pack, depending on the pricing. I que...

In GEAR » ULA Arctic 1000 Packs
April 09, 4:02pm

For the mathematically challenged: 1 liter = 61.024 cubic inches 1000 cubic inches = 16.387 liters Therefore........ 50 liters = 3051 cubic it 3000 65 liters = 3996 cubic ...

In GEAR » ULA Arctic 1000 Packs
April 09, 3:10pm

All Reader Reviews by Bob Bankhead

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Western Mountaineering The Company
WM products are a 5+ WM the company does not sell direct, only through dealers, ergo end-user contacts would not be expected. Their printed catalogues do list their address and FAX and telephone nu...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
October 24, 3:33pm

Mountain House Lasagna with Meat Sauce
I use a lot of Mountain House Pro Packs and as much as I like the flavor and texture of this item, I avoid it like the plague. The overwhelming downside is the cheese they use. It does NOT rehydra...

In Foods - Prepackaged Meals & Side Dishes
October 05, 5:17pm

Mountain House Sweet and Sour Pork with Rice
One of my favorite Mountain House meals, albeit a tad too sweet for my taste; too much pineapple, not enough sour sauce. Nonetheless, it makes a great motivator to get to a dinner spot when I know one...

In Foods - Prepackaged Meals & Side Dishes
October 03, 6:26pm

Mountain House Precooked Scrambled Eggs with Bacon
I tried these several years ago when they first came out - no bacon in them then. They were horrible! Like a previous reviewer said, virtually flavorless yellow sponges. Last year I noticed they ha...

In Foods - Prepackaged Meals & Side Dishes
October 03, 6:21pm

Gossamer Gear Lightrek 4 Adjustable CF Trekking Poles
I decided not to buy these when they first came out because fully closed they were too long to carry on my pack in checked baggage on the plane, and I really didn't want to hassel with the maili...

In Trekking Poles
September 24, 11:15pm

Six Moon Designs Gatewood Cape
I just returned from 22 nights in the high Sierra on the PCT and JMT. I had two days of constant high winds in Onion Valley, with sustained gusts to at least 50 mph. My trusty Gatewood Cape flapped a ...

In Shelters - Tarps & Floorless
August 24, 9:23am

Six Moon Designs Traveler backpack
We have TWO Traveler packs. Early in 2008, we were shopping for a new pack for my wife, who has a short 14-1/2 inch torso length. We drove out to Ron's house to try the SMD Essence, but it did not...

In Backpacks - Frameless
April 06, 10:35am

Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Dry Sack
In addition to silnylon, Sea to Summit also now makes their Dry Sack line in eVENT fabric, both with and without compression capability. evac Dry Sack: available in 3, 5, 8, 13, 20, 35, and 65 lite...

In Miscellaneous Products
May 21, 9:08pm

Therm-A-Rest Ridgerest
This has been my "go-to" sleeping pad for many years on the PCT. I've tried a variety of others but keep returning to this little beauty. It does a great job of insulating one from th...

In Sleeping Pads - Foam
May 17, 8:26am

Aloksak O.P 12.5 x 20"
I have found them to be quite effective in the Sierras the past two summers. I have a Bearikade Expedition, and if you're not careful, the metal edges around the latches can slice an OP sak wh...

In Miscellaneous Products
August 21, 10:07pm