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Re: Re: Re: Pack for Bearikade Expedition
Maybe not what you want, but the Luxurylite pack carries a bear canister horizontally quite easily.

In GEAR » Pack for Bearikade Expedition
May 03, 9:07am

Re: Tioga Road in Yosemite to open Mon., May 4 at 8 a.m.
Thanks, Jane! I've been wondering about this.

In Pre-Trip Planning » Tioga Road in Yosemite to open Mon., May 4 at 8 a.m.
May 02, 1:38am

Re: trek'n po'
There's always the Costco Cascade Mountain Tech poles, less than 8 Oz each for 29.99 a pair.

In Gear Swap » WTB: Ultralight trekking poles
April 30, 9:11am

Re: Re: Re: So There I Was
"I don't like headphones." Î'd guess you don't like wildlife much either, if you are blasting decibels into their territory. I don't understand the thinking that make...

In Editor's Roundtable » Lightweight Backpacking News: Digest No. 15
April 30, 9:04am

Re: Calf Massager
If the water bottle doesn't work for you, there's an item called a Goose Bumps massage ball that I think is fairly light. My massage guy just showed me one this week, as a suggestion for ...

In GEAR » Calf Massager
April 29, 2:41pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: PIFs
I think most of us understand that someone who posts a PIF would prefer not to give it to someone who is just going to go and sell it, either on this forum or on another backpacking forum. It shou...

In Gear Swap » Free to a Good Home: Ultralight Backpackn' Tips, Mike Clelland
April 28, 2:16pm

container for white gas?
I was wondering whether carrying white gas (for a Svea) ìn either a plastic-lined aluminum screw-capped can or a plastic soda bottle would result in the plastic dissolving or degrading and ending ...

In GEAR » container for white gas?
April 28, 8:38am

Re: Huge earthquake in Nepal
This makes me very sad. My partner and I first became acquainted on a trek in the Annapurna Sanctuary in 1987. I worry about the many people we know in Nepal, from the fellow who led our trek who...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Huge earthquake in Nepal
April 25, 7:52pm

Re: Which new WIDE warm inflatable sleep mat, NeoAir Xtherm or Exped?
Well, I just had a friend use his (and my) 20% off coupon to order the NeoAir Camper 30" wide mat and the REI Cirrus (a very picky sleeper, he had a goshawful huge and thick mat that was prett...

In GEAR » Which new WIDE warm inflatable sleep mat, NeoAir Xtherm or Exped?
April 13, 2:08pm

Re: deschutes tarp
PM Manfred Kopisch - he has one, which he used at Coe on the fishing trip last month (see his trip report).

In GEAR » deschutes tarp
April 08, 5:58pm

All Reader Reviews by d k

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Pacific Outdoor Equipment Peak Elite AC petite
I liked this mat a lot; the only thing I've liked as much that I've tried is my old Thermarest Deluxe LE which I think is 26 oz, almost 3x the weight of this pad (10.5 oz on my scale). The fa...

In Sleeping Pads - Inflatable
May 20, 3:46pm

Pacific Outdoor Products Insul Mat Max-Thermo
I got this on a Steep and Cheap sale, and so far have only used it twice sleeping on the floor at my parents' house, since my old bedroom has long since been converted to a sewing room for my mom....

In Sleeping Pads - Inflatable
December 26, 4:34pm