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If you are going to get one, get a decent one
After 30 years I navigate mainly with my eyes (still good)...the squishy grey stuff that sits behind them (variable function); next comes a GPS often in conjunction with a map (which I always carry...

In GEAR » Lightest functional compass?
September 01, 12:24am

ID Overbag
I've got one of these in a tasteful yellow, original stuffsack (in eVent too) - pristine condiion and used just a few times - make me an offer I can't refuse.... I'd be posting from ...

In Gear Swap » WTB: All eVent Bivy (MLD Soul, ID Overbag, Wild Things)
August 28, 2:46pm

Mike - no I was comparing them with the Leki alu poles which I like a lot as they have that resilience; the way I use poles (hard) carbon would not lat long for me I reckon. The Fizan's are ...

In GEAR » Trailstar and the Zpoles conundrum (or want the LW poles but need adjustability
August 28, 12:24am

They are prety stiff with nowhere near the bouncy resilience of my Leki Ultralites...but be aware that dropping them can dint them relatively easily; those tubes are pretty thin.

In GEAR » Trailstar and the Zpoles conundrum (or want the LW poles but need adjustability
August 27, 3:53pm

fizan - wow
The adjusters are internal and have no external ring or anthing which saves weight (so Fizan say). The 158g is for the poles with no straps or baskets I think though. I've had a pair and ...

In GEAR » Trailstar and the Zpoles conundrum (or want the LW poles but need adjustability
August 27, 3:02pm

Gear list for a Slovenia Thru-hike
Anything to navigate with - compass, GPS, maps?

In Gear Lists » Gear list for a Slovenia Thru-hike
August 26, 11:45am

Lightweight silk baselayers
Me too so I use a pair of long silk shorts (85g - by Patra, UK) - bit heavy. They are (or seem to be two years in) hard-wearing enough. I am on the lookout for something more versatile though (f...

In GEAR » Which THIN tights?
August 15, 11:53pm

Deodorant: Pit rock
In a similar vein I cut a disc from a stick of Pit Rock (UK name?) and keep it in an REI pill container - 14g - so far it has lasted three years of trips (I only take it on longer walks of a week p...

In Make Your Own Gear » Deodorant in a chapstick tube
August 13, 11:42pm

hardly freestanding - Sierra Designs Mojo UFO - 1lb 11oz
Not really freestanding if you have to peg out the fly to get usable space is it? Terra Nova have a 'true' freestanding tent that is similar - 900g....and an eye-watering price...

In GEAR » Sierra Designs Mojo UFO - 1lb 11oz.
July 29, 1:02am

Mosquito Headnet - 23g
I use one of these - 23g - but then I need to keep out the marauding Scottish midge..

In GEAR » Mosquito Headnet recommendations??
July 29, 12:37am

All Reader Reviews by ed hyatt

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Montrail Hardrock
I wore these this summer over the very rocky GR20 (Corsica) and the GR5 Alpine (Geneva towards Nice). The pair I used on the GR20 (120 miles) are well worn and cut up; they would probably do the ro...

In Footwear - Boots, Shoes, Gaiters
September 12, 2:27am

MoonTrail Customer Service
Very good service and advice from Dan at Moontrail; I was ordering from overseas yet picking up in the USA and Moontrail were really helpful with that. Website is good too - especially the use of e...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
April 20, 8:04am