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aarn ff
the last pack i will ever use, pending some new aarn pack. ******LEFT FRONT POCKET****** Ziploc: GPS headlamp phone camera batteries all electronic stuff ...

In Philosophy & Technique » Aarn Featherlite Freedom- how to load it?
April 22, 7:49am

evan
=P

In Philosophy & Technique » Dealing with an all-day spring deluge
April 21, 3:25pm

loose
unless your lower back on the right side is oddly shaped and you have a large hernia on your upper left ab, i can see loose spots in the shirt. I dont have those in my smartwool base layers. The sl...

In Philosophy & Technique » Dealing with an all-day spring deluge
April 21, 3:05pm

baselayers
i tried ones like that, they were not as tight as my smartwools. smartwools were tight all down the torso, even at the abs and lower belly. skin tight on the arms, chest. I could see every ab sepe...

In Philosophy & Technique » Dealing with an all-day spring deluge
April 21, 2:47pm

cheap waterproof mit alternative
Wondering if these would be good for winter to use a shell over my non-waterproof main insulation mitts. They are cheap, some are thicker plastic than others. My conern is moisture not being able...

In GEAR » cheap waterproof mit alternative
April 21, 2:46pm

tips
i also second wearing a windshirt under your rain shell if needed. To clarify, all my icebreaker TOPS i would not consider baselayers. The BOTTOMS are different and definately can be considered b...

In Philosophy & Technique » Dealing with an all-day spring deluge
April 20, 2:01pm

shape
use a bottle that is not shaped like other bottles. U dont need to buy anything. Just go through your house look for a bottle thats 12-13oz. Look for one thats a long flat shape, they just go in ...

In GEAR » alcohol storage
April 19, 3:47pm

icebreakers suck
for backpacking i would not use icebreakers merino wool SWEATERS, instead, go for a skin tight smartwool. Icebreakers are loose fitting, if you want maximum warmth you want a tight fitting baselaye...

In Philosophy & Technique » Dealing with an all-day spring deluge
April 19, 3:33pm

agree
i agree with william and josh, some massive egos on this forum.

In Gear Swap » Public Apology to the BPL Family
April 08, 5:20am

ninja time
Glad im camo from head to toe, all possible reflective surfaces have been rubbed down and i am scentless. I can go into any national park i want, mwahaha. j/k

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Government shutdown - effects on thru-hikers?
April 07, 9:30pm

All Reader Reviews by Ike Mouser

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Eddie Bauer Downlight Medium Black
Mine weighs about 10oz. 2 oz more than my thermawrap, but may allow me to ditch the no-sniveller underquilt for a lighter alternative since i will need less insulation at night from this warmer jacke...

In Clothing - Insulating - Down
September 13, 9:41am

Warbonnet BlackBird
The WBBB is the best piece of gear i own, hands down, i own the DBL layer 1.1, replaced the suspension webbing + tri rings with 16 feet of amsteel blue 7/64 whoppie slings on each side, give me 7 feet...

In Shelters - Hammocks & Accessories
September 14, 11:18am