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FS: Mountain Hardwear Quasar pullover
I would like to sell my Mountain Hardwear Quasar pullover jacket. It is the black model and a size medium. I am 5'11" and 150 lbs. and it fits well. I only used it once and decided I like ...

In Gear Swap » FS: Mountain Hardwear Quasar pullover
May 06, 5:25pm

Re: need trail runners for very rocky/talus/scree conditions
I love my Altra Lone Peaks for those type of conditions. With some Dirt Girl gaiters.

In GEAR » need trail runners for very rocky/talus/scree conditions
May 05, 7:46pm

Re: Re: It's here! :)
Anyone have anything new to report on this? Condensation issues, etc? I know a couple people have had them for a month or so now.

In GEAR » New Yama Mountain Gear cuben shelter
May 02, 7:23pm

Re: Foster can for use with StarLyte burners
All I have to say is, where do I sign up? I already have the cone, but I need to modified starlyte and one of those cans.

In Gear Deals » Foster can for use with StarLyte burners
May 02, 7:15pm

Re: UL Pack Recommendations
The pack should be one of the last things you should consider buying. First get the rest of your gear dialed in, then consider the maximum amount of food and water you will be carrying at any given...

In GEAR » UL Pack Recommendations
May 01, 11:40pm

Re: Foster can for use with StarLyte burners
Are these flat bottom cans? If not, would the flat bottom cans be more efficient? I currently have a regular caldera cone with one of your original Fosters pots. The ridgeline was a little small fo...

In Gear Deals » Foster can for use with StarLyte burners
April 29, 6:16pm

Re: Ankle support - best boots and braces?
Start taking serrapeptase and hydrolyzed collagen peptides every day. Buy a wobble board from fitter first and practice on it at least five days a week. Also get a silver or gold theraband and look...

In GEAR » Ankle support - best boots and braces?
April 28, 10:59pm

Re: Lightest/Most packable 2 person shelter?
Rather than lightest and most packable I think you should look at your needs and the conditions you will be facing and choose a shelter based on the answers to those questions. Packing into a tiny ...

In GEAR » Lightest/Most packable 2 person shelter?
April 26, 8:47am

Minimal approach shoes?
I am looking for a minimal or zero drop shoe that would work well as an approach shoe for climbing. I liked my Inov-8 295's but they changed them and I won't be buying the new model. I am u...

In GEAR » Minimal approach shoes?
April 14, 5:20pm

Re: WTT Zpacks Hexamid & Hexanet
No extended beak. Looks like they don't list the Hexanet anymore on Zpacks page.

In Gear Swap » WTT Zpacks Hexamid & Hexanet
April 13, 5:14am

All Reader Reviews by S Long

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Sierra Designs customer service
I recently bought a tent from Sierra Designs. I set it up in my backyard when a storm rolled through to test it out. It leaked everywhere. I sealed the supposedly taped seams and it leaked again. I em...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
June 07, 11:32am

Trail Designs Customer Service
Rand is always helpful and knowledgeable about Trail Designs' products. I have always had good experiences with the company. Recently I bought a new Caldera setup and just got an email from Rand a...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
August 26, 10:39pm

Mountain Laurel Designs
I have several MLD products and have always had a good experience working with this company. Recently I had the vent support for my Duomid break and when I contacted MLD about buying a new one Ron jus...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
August 24, 3:25pm

zpacks Company
I was in a bind with an unfortunate accident having happened to my net tent that went with my MLD Duomid. I needed a bug shelter and Joe was super accommodating and willing to help me out by pushing a...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
August 24, 3:21pm

Manzella Silk Weight Windstopper All-Season Glove
These have replaced my liner gloves since I discovered them. The reason? They are almost as light and totally windproof. The windproof characteristic makes them MUCH warmer than a glove of comparable ...

In Clothing - Headwear, Handwear
January 06, 7:25pm

Outdoor Research Sun Runner Cap
I bought the Outdoor Research Sun Runner hat last year for a week long trip to the Wind Rivers in Wyoming. I didn't use any sunscreen except lip balm the entire trip and didn't get sunburned, ...

In Clothing - Headwear, Handwear
January 06, 7:15pm

Black Diamond Cobra Ice Tools (new model)
The Black Diamond Cobra technical ice tools excel in any vertical ice endeavor. While very similar to the BD Vipers, they differ in some key respects. The carbon fiber shaft is more effective at deali...

In Climbing Gear & Accessories
January 06, 7:06pm

Black Diamond Sabretooth (SS model)
I have climbed on these crampons for three seasons now and, having tried many others, am convinced they are, hands down, the best all-around crampon available today. The stainless steel is so much eas...

In Climbing Gear & Accessories
January 06, 6:54pm

Patagonia R1 Hoody
I agree with Mark. Even though I have the 2010 version of the hoody I am still totally sold on it. The thumb loops were a bit weird to get used to at first but now I love them. No more cold spots or d...

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - SYNTHETIC
January 06, 6:42pm

Inov8 Roclite 295
I just got back from a week in Yosemite and I am sold on these shoes. I did Cathedral Peak, Royal Arches, and Half Dome and used these shoes on the approach for each. Snow, mud, hard packed trail, gra...

In Footwear - Boots, Shoes, Gaiters
June 27, 7:36pm