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All Forum Posts by Justin Chaussee

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Re: corralejo
At last! Someone who knows and loves tequila as much as I do!!! It sounds like we have very similar tastes when it comes to tequila. I couldn't agree more about the patron! WAY overpriced! ...

In Philosophy & Technique » Adult beverages in the backcountry.
January 13, 8:31pm

Re: adult bevs
Mmmmmm. I'd love to get my hands on a bottle of that, michael!!! My go to tequila is correlejo reposado. I'm not a fan of blanco (mostly meant for mixing, which I don't do) and anejo...

In Philosophy & Technique » Adult beverages in the backcountry.
January 13, 6:49pm

Re: Re: Adult beverages in the backcountry.
I'm not opposed to that at all! I would consider myself a "wine snobb". My great grandfather, grandfather, and father all made wine. I have made wine with my father before. I coll...

In Philosophy & Technique » Adult beverages in the backcountry.
January 12, 11:56pm

Re: Heavy Weight Beginnings
Hahaha, this topic brings back warm memories... I used to backpack with my dad back in the day when the norm was canvas tents and coleman canvas rectangular sleepingbags. the tent/sleepingbag a...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Heavy Weight Beginnings
January 12, 11:48pm

Adult beverages in the backcountry.
When I backpack, I always like to bring along a small flask of "adult 100% de agave type juice" with me. Mostly because it's the easiest type of adult beverage to bring into the wild...

In Philosophy & Technique » Adult beverages in the backcountry.
January 12, 11:25pm

Re: Music and Backpacking
It depends for me. Sometimes I will bring my ipod, other times I won't. I don't even really have a system for when/when not to bring it. But when I do bring it, I like listening to prett...

In Philosophy & Technique » Music and Backpacking
January 12, 11:17pm

Re: Why Backpacking?
I backpack to get back in touch with nature. I know that sounds like a real hippie thing to say, but I don't care, it's the truth. I like being outdoors more than I like being indoors. I...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Why Backpacking?
January 12, 10:43pm

Re: Re: winter stove recommendation?
I have used my pocket rocket for a while now and I love it. I bought an msr whisperlite international for more cold weather excursions. The whisperlite is not really that much heavier for a multi...

In GEAR » winter stove recommendation?
January 11, 1:11am

Re: Re: packing a pack
Haha, seems I posted my reply too soon without actually reading any of the other posts.... Looks like I'm just repeating what everyone else has already said.. sorry! ;-)

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » packing a pack
January 08, 7:58pm

Re: packing a pack
I have always packed like you do. Lighter items on the bottom with heavy items on top. If you pack the heavy items on the bottom, your center of gravity will be low and behind you which cause...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » packing a pack
January 08, 7:56pm

All Reader Reviews by Justin Chaussee

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GSI Dualist
This is a very cool system. It's not titanium, but it's still very light for what you get. Also, the price is right at around 30-40 bucks. There are two models, the dualist and the soloist....

In Cookware - Other
June 27, 3:50pm

Big Agnes Lost Ranger
I am a big guy (6'3, 330 lbs). My goal was to find a bag that would keep me warm but had enough room that I didn't feel like a sausage in a casing... This bag is great! I bought the long ...

In Sleeping Bags - Mummy & Other
June 23, 3:06pm

MSR Pocket Rocket
I've used the pocket rocket for a few years now. I rated it a 4 for the following reasons: Pro: -lightweight -easy to use/light -boils water fast in calm weather -small size fits easily in...

In Stoves - Canister
June 23, 2:26pm

GoLite Jam2
I bought this pack a few months ago after using a Kelty redwing 3100 for years. Not to discredit the Kelty since it is a very reliable and DURABLE pack, but I do not see myself using anything else ot...

In Backpacks - Frameless
April 26, 8:35am

Kelty backpacks redwing 3100, red cloud 6650
First off, let me say that there is NOTHING light about either one of these packs. They are not super heavy for what they are (A large daypack and an expedition/extended trip pack) but they do not fa...

In Backpacks - Internal Frame
October 18, 11:54am

Campmor .com
The reason I went with a 5 rating for Campmor had to do with their selection of merchandise and their prices. Whenever I'm in the market for a piece of gear, I always look at campmor first. 90% ...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
October 18, 11:30am