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Re: Down loft degradation from RH is minor
richard ... whats the ratio of down/feathers in that chart? is it still applicable to the modern 900+ fill down we have now personally i find a noticeable degredation in the "warmth&q...

In GEAR » Downtek
February 02, 3:18pm

Re: Coreloft
coreloft is fine if you understand the limitations of synthetics ... they are no worse than my primaloft basically dont compress it that much, and dont wear it sitting around all day with the...

In GEAR » 2015 Arcteryx Nuclei AR
February 02, 1:39pm

is the tarp big enough for you to lie down in it and roll yourself up like a burrito? if youre in serious trouble you may not have the mobility and/or motor skills to set up a "proper"...

In Philosophy & Technique » MSR e-wing as emergency shelter
February 02, 1:33pm

Re: Good coat
the advice i always give is to buy these UL rain jackets from a retailer or manufacturer with a no questions asked unlimited warranty rain jacket delamination/leakage/failure is one of the more ...

In GEAR » OR Helium II? Have you tested it?
February 01, 11:13pm

Re: OR Helium II? Have you tested it?
i still have and use my helium 1 ... it hasnt leaked in PNW constant rain ... but then its one of the least used pieces in my pack being a "just in case" thing ... its seen probably less ...

In GEAR » OR Helium II? Have you tested it?
February 01, 2:48pm

Re: Thank you
100+ g/m is a bit warm to climb in unless its very cold 60-80 g/m is ideal depending on the insulation One trick is to make sure you UL down sweater fits underneath it without too much compre...

In GEAR » 3-season synthetic jacket recommendations
January 31, 9:12pm

Re: Wind-bloc
Windpro and windblock are different actually The former is quitte brethable where the wind resistance is provided by the dense fabric naturally The windblock has a laminate which reduces the ...

In GEAR » Patagonia Nano Air™ Review - A New Genre
January 30, 10:24pm

Re: Re: Windpro
Guess im gonna take my lumps !!! How about thermal pro and a windshirt ... The alpha is supposed to be based off thermal pro fleece insulation Ill be a true BPLer once i get one of these new ...

In GEAR » Patagonia Nano Air™ Review - A New Genre
January 30, 9:49pm

Whats the difference between this and windpro fleece in real life? My windpro fleeces have some wind resistance, is very brethable, dries very quickly, has some "warmth" and can be had...

In GEAR » Patagonia Nano Air™ Review - A New Genre
January 30, 9:23pm

Theyll all work Get the one that fits best and is the best price All of those jackets have been used in heinous conditions by athletes Fit matters most ... ;)

In GEAR » 3-season synthetic jacket recommendations
January 30, 9:18pm

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Montbell Extremely Light Down Jacket
the key to using this jacket is to use it under a windshell or synthetic jacket like a nanopuff by itself the shell is fairly fragile, there are no pockets, there is no waist string ... however ...

In Clothing - Insulating - Down
December 30, 7:44pm