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Re: Wind Pants
Wind pants can fit in well or not depending on the rest of your gear. Shorts of any kind plus wind pants can be a good combo. Tights plus the wind pants works too. The typical hiking pant made o...

In GEAR » Wind Pants
February 08, 12:31pm

Re: Re: Jetboil SOL Ti
> I think he is off by a factor of 2 that was also my conclusion back up in the thread

In Editor's Roundtable » Lightweight Integrated Canister Fuel Cooking Systems State of the Market Report 2011: Part 1 – Overview and Performance Evaluation
February 02, 7:12am

Re: PCT/JMT NOBO permit Q's
> and spend a night in Yosemite Valley? it used to be possible to spend the night before and/or after your trip in the backpackers campground in the valley.

In Pre-Trip Planning » PCT/JMT NOBO permit Q's
February 01, 11:53am

Re: Perimeter netting on mids/teepees?
1. Depending on conditions, yes. If you're gonna use it in the snow after adding the skirt, make it removable or foldable/rollable out of the way. 2. Yes but not a big deal. Sew it on the un...

In GEAR » Perimeter netting on mids/teepees?
February 01, 6:54am

travel to/from HRP?
Both start/end points are in well populated areas with good public transport and big cities nearby. Flying from the US, you're probably bound to fly into some main hub such as Madrid or Barcelo...

In Post-Trip Reports » Haute Route Pyrenees, Atlantic to Mediterranean, Summer 2010
February 01, 5:24am

Catastrophic / Non-catastrophic failure
> Non-catastrophic failure is characterized by the simple criteria that upon removal of the load, shelter structure and performance properties are fully restored A bent pole is permanent dama...

In Editor's Roundtable » Storm Resistance of Ultralight Shelters: Part 1, Introduction
February 01, 4:26am

Temp or humidity diff
> All non-air permeable wp/b fabrics rely on a temperature difference between the inside and outside of the membrane to achieve moisture transfer through the membrane Excuse for the thread dr...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Staying dry during heavy winter activities
January 23, 3:11am

Pinnacle and winter mountaineering
> you will struggle to attach: snowshoes/skis, crampons, helmet, snow shovel, pickets, ice axe, 2nd tool & a probe in a comfortable and practical manner. It can be done though not as conv...

In GEAR » Favorite winter backpack?
January 11, 2:22am

Golite Pinnacle
I've used the Pinnacle for ski touring, it's actually the pack I still use. It's fine for packing the skis. I usually carry full mountaineerig equipment except rope, harness and related...

In GEAR » Favorite winter backpack?
January 09, 12:37pm

Re: Cuben durability
Thanks for the lengthy and informative answer. One thing I still wonder, is Cuben still sewn at all these days? I mean for shelters. I know it still is for some other uses where seam tension is not...

In Philosophy & Technique » Cuben v Silnylon (weight v cost)
December 20, 12:44pm

All Reader Reviews by Inaki Diaz de Etura

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Golite Hex 3
Not a full review but just a small addition on what's already been said regarding winter use. While skis make for wonderful stakes on deep snow, unfortunately the tie out loops at the end of the 6 mai...

In Shelters - Tarps & Floorless
January 18, 7:47am

Nunatak Arc Ghost
I was torn between Ghost and Alpinist before ordering and eventually ordered something in between, quite like the former X from BMW. It has the loft of the Ghost with the dimensions of the Alpinist an...

In Sleeping Bags - Quilts & Top Bags
September 05, 11:08am