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free returns
I have had excellent experience with www.runningwarehouse.com. 2 day shipping in most instances. Several vendors provide the free return shipping. Some have better selections than others, or di...

In GEAR » Ordering multiple boots/trail runners from Zappo's
September 23, 7:50pm

the one
Love mine. Been hanging onto it even though I have an even lighter shelter too.

In GEAR » Gossamer Gear - The One
September 23, 5:45pm

stainless mug
my bad. It appears this 2.07 oz mug, is stainless steel, not aluminum. Even better.

In GEAR » 2 oz aluminum mug
September 22, 8:52pm

2 oz stainless mug
Found this aluminum mug at a flea market today where people import cheap crap from China and sell it. Guy has a whole box of them. 2.07 oz, 22oz capacity, 10cm mug. Lighter than the IMUSA m...

In GEAR » 2 oz aluminum mug
September 22, 12:57pm

protection
if you are carrying extra wt to protect your foster pot, it negates the advantage of it. Figure out how to protect it without carrying any extra wt.

In GEAR » Protecting a fosters can
September 22, 12:36pm

Cuben
No its not really worth the extra money, IF you already have a lightwt silnylon shelter. You are not that far off on price. Include a cuben groundsheet and beak and the hexamid is much more exp...

In GEAR » cuben fiber, is it worth the extra money.
September 22, 9:10am

spectrum
lightwt packs run the spectrum from almost like a fully framed pack, to just a sack. So, they are all a bit different. The less frame, the lighter you need to keep the pack, and the more care...

In GEAR » Considering a GG Gorilla, but afraid to give up my osprey frame...
September 20, 5:19pm

protection?
I put it in last, in the top of the mesh pocket on the back of my pack No issues. If you have to pack too tightly, you may have too much stuff.

In GEAR » Protecting a fosters can
September 20, 6:48am

esbit
One big advantage of esbit is you can mail it , you cant mail alcohol or cannisters. Important for people doing food/fuel drops or resupply on long hikes. My alcohol setup uses as little alcoho...

In Philosophy & Technique » Solid Fuel Stove Techniques
September 19, 7:26pm

packs
People come in all shapes and sizes. Many women are larger and beefier than some men. Many men use womens packs as well. Pretty hard to distinguish a female skeleton from a male except for the ...

In GEAR » fact or fiction or marketing hype regarding backpacks for women
September 19, 7:08pm

All Reader Reviews by M B

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Melanzana micro grid hoody
very light, very warm, very comfortable. great design. A bit pricey, but worth it for the use I get out of it.

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - SYNTHETIC
March 19, 9:27pm

Western Mountaineering Megalite
Roomy, warm, true to rating , or better if shift down to top to maximize loft when sleeping on good R value pad. I sleep cold with a pretty low bodyfat percentage. After shifting most down to to...

In Sleeping Bags - Mummy & Other
December 09, 2:50pm