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Mike M (mtwarden) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale Montana
About Me Colin Chapman "Simplify and add lightness"
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All Forum Posts by Mike M

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no free lunch
Ain't that the truth! :) I'll look into some of the shaped cuben shelters, if they are storm worthy enough to use w/o a bivy then it might be just what I'm looking for- a head net or...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » was looking for SUL options for a change up from my eVENT bivy
July 04, 7:14pm

Re: Re: need ideas- going "natural" on my long runs/hikes
I've never tried real pemmican, but I do usually carry a few Omni bars- they are Montana beef, sweet potatoes, flax seed, oats, almond butter, plums and then some different flavorings depending...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » need ideas- going "natural" on my long runs/hikes
July 04, 7:00pm

Re: Re: posting same time :)
^ those both sound good :) anyone try any of those different fruit/veggie squeeze packs? saw a bunch of different ones at the grocery store the other day

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » need ideas- going "natural" on my long runs/hikes
July 04, 2:46pm

posting same time :)
was posting at the same time Sarah- yeah real food :) Sharon- I have that book, need to re-visit it! Ed- good to know they have those here, I'll get some and give them a go

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » need ideas- going "natural" on my long runs/hikes
July 04, 10:35am

"natural" trail foods
Greg- good point, I don't need to spend too much time on the side of the trail :) I've tried Larabars, taste was fair- my wife thought eck Art- the gels were overpowering and made feel ...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » need ideas- going "natural" on my long runs/hikes
July 04, 10:31am

3.2 # accessories
I think w/ a little thinning you could improve that some :) first aid looks like 3.5 oz (1.4 pills + 2.1 first aid)- as an example: my weeklong first aid kit (replete w/ "pills) is under an...

In Gear Lists » Thinning Out Accessories - Need Help
July 04, 10:13am

was looking for SUL options for a change up from my eVENT bivy
I've been using a MLD eVENY bivy for my running/fast packing adventures; packs small, easy to setup (roll it out :) ), pretty lightweight @ 14.8 oz (Large), but always looking for lighter optio...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » was looking for SUL options for a change up from my eVENT bivy
July 04, 8:46am

need ideas- going "natural" on my long runs/hikes
I've never liked gels (I've tried a lot of different ones, certainly not all though)-just too overpowering, I've been using cubes (Cliff Bloks) but am getting sick of them, I've tri...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » need ideas- going "natural" on my long runs/hikes
July 04, 7:52am

Wonderland
list looks solid :) A few things I'd probably change/: I'd probably ditch all of the "sleep wear", you have extra boxers and socks to get into- you almost certainly won...

In Gear Lists » Wonderland Trail July gear list
July 03, 10:25am

found one
found one on flea bay

In Gear Swap » WTB Neo Air Small
July 03, 9:47am

All Reader Reviews by Mike M

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Petzl e+LITE
I thought I had added my review earlier on this lamp, but hadn't :) I've been very impressed w/ this diminutive lamp- if you're looking for a lamp for hours of night travel- this isn'...

In Lights - Flashlights & Headlamps
October 25, 12:08pm

Black Diamond Carbon Cork
@ 16 oz (pair) these are certainly heavier than some of the UL offerings, but still relatively light the FlickLock is about as solid of a adjustment as I've seen for trekking poles- I'm sur...

In Trekking Poles
October 18, 4:19pm

ULA Ohm
not sure why it's listed with the frameless packs, while not a robust frame- the carbon fiber/derlin frame is certainly a frame and definitely helps w/ the load capacity of this pack anywho- th...

In Backpacks - Frameless
October 13, 5:17pm

Montrail Sabino Trail
My first pair are over a year old now w/ ~ 500 backpacking/trail running miles- there is some light fraying here and there, but overall are still in very good condition. I've never had a hot spot...

In Footwear - Boots, Shoes, Gaiters
September 10, 5:23pm

Dirty Girl Gaiters
I'd probably go 4.5 just because of the needed velcro, but I like these enough I wanted to round up. They are breathable, they are light and they do a great job of keeping stuff out of your sho...

In Footwear - Boots, Shoes, Gaiters
September 10, 5:11pm

Osprey Talon 22
double post- whoops :)

In Backpacks - Frameless
January 03, 7:26pm

Osprey Talon 22
The Talon is a very full featured pack, that carries like a dream (w/ reasonable loads). I use it for snowshoeing day trips and it swallows up the gear- shovel, bivy, down parka, etc I love the be...

In Backpacks - Frameless
January 03, 7:22pm

Wet Fire Fire Starting Tinder
I'm a little redundant w/ fire starting stuff (boy scout in me I guess)- the wetfire tinders are my "if I absolutely need to start a fire" tinder. they will even burn in water or on sno...

In Miscellaneous Products
December 14, 7:49pm

Smartwool Beanie
my Smartwool beanie makes into both my day pack and multi-day trips, light weight, warm, takes up almost no space- I don't go anywhere w/o it going on two years and it still looks/fits great

In Clothing - Headwear, Handwear
November 20, 8:47pm

Moosejaw the company
I've made numerous transaction with moosejaw and they have always been smooth and hassle free. their staff is knowledgable and they frequently have the best prices on gear I do have one smal...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
October 30, 7:00pm