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Eugene Smith (Eugeneius) - BPL Lifetime Member

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All Forum Posts by Eugene Smith

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Re: 80g/m2
The Thermawrap PRO seems more comparable, on paper, to the Arcteryx Atom SV hoody which I found to be very warm for the weight. So at 18oz, the Thermawrap pro packs a lot into those extra ozs. Th...

In GEAR » Thermawraps are getting heavy!
September 22, 4:01pm

Re: Re: Some Patagonia stores entering thrift market
Yea Justin, "French Roast" is soooo Winter '12 Patagonia. Ugh....

In GEAR » Some Patagonia stores entering thrift market
September 19, 10:32am

"Thrift" shopping
Sounds like a win-win situation for both consumer and Patagonia. Those urban Patagoniaphiles who can shell out the coin for the "latest" limited series parka can "upgrade" at...

In GEAR » Some Patagonia stores entering thrift market
September 19, 9:59am

Re: 3rd annual BPL Spring Run Adventure
First off, cheers on the Rut finish Mike! Glad to hear it went well and you're still reeling from it. Secondly, I'll be keeping an eye on this thread because I'm still disappointe...

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » 3rd annual BPL Spring Run Adventure
September 18, 10:17am

Re: Re: Re Approach Shoes
Eric Approach shoes are a bit of a one trick pony with the exception of a few offerings that might make decent dayhike shoes with more technicality on slab. Multi day backpacks on routes with w...

In Editor's Roundtable » Altra Lone Peak 1.5 Trail Shoe Review
September 18, 10:07am

Re: R2R2R Questions
I only have experience with the SK-NK-SK route. You plummet headlong into the Canyon and the views are unbelievable. The exposure coming down SK is pretty damn exhilarating. I enjoyed the SK tra...

In Pre-Trip Planning » R2R2R Questions
September 15, 9:42pm

Nature is Metal.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » BREAKING NEWS: 2 HIKERS STRANDED ON LONGS PEAK
September 15, 11:34am

Re: The Trap Hills: Brief Analysis and Introspection
"As early evening was upon me, I had to start making a decision. Do I go back to my original plan? Or do I cut out early? I hemmed and hawed as I hiked, and I finally realized I just wanted to...

In Post-Trip Reports » The Trap Hills: Brief Analysis and Introspection
September 15, 9:39am

Re: State of the Market for sub-$400 and sub-16 oz?
A good friend of mine has the RX100 and tucks it away in his waist pack for runs and slips it into his hipbelt on hikes. The image quality he achieves is mind blowing from such a little shooter. ...

In Photography » State of the Market for sub-$400 and sub-16 oz?
September 15, 9:22am

Re: Durability of Patagoni Houdini ?
Unless your pack straps are carved from granite, NO, pack straps do not "destroy" houdinis. Tree branch snags can blow a hole or stitch on a pair of jeans if you catch one just right. S...

In GEAR » Durability of Patagoni Houdini ?
September 14, 9:53pm

All Reader Reviews by Eugene Smith

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Mountain Laurel Designs
Ron had my MLD Spinnaker Monk tarp repaired and improved upon free of charge with reinforced tieouts in 1 week, from shipping to Rons' shop, sewn, and shipped back to me, one week! This would nev...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
June 10, 9:43pm

Golite Shangri La 1
I have owned the Golite Shangri La 1 for several months now and have used it on about 3 trips so far in the desert southwest with variable weather conditions in the mountains and lower regions. F...

In Shelters - Tarps & Floorless
May 16, 7:20am

Western Mountaineering Megalite
I recently used the WM Megalite on a 5 day trip through the Gila with temps at night ranging from the mid 20's to the lower 40's. Light wind was present each evening and the bag and draft tub...

In Sleeping Bags - Mummy & Other
April 13, 10:00pm