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Re: Desperate for dry socks?
You have posted 3 seperate threads about socks, these could have all been answered in the same thread. There is a "Post Reply" link at the bottom of each thread. I got some seriously c...

In Mountaineering & Alpinism » Desperate for dry socks?
October 02, 9:34pm

Re: emergency socks
Always have a dry pair of socks in your pack as well as some plastic bread bags. If your shoes are soaked the plastic bags will keep the socks dry. It's standard practice to have a pair of dry...

In Make Your Own Gear » emergency socks
October 02, 9:23pm

Re: Wet Socks!
Carry 2 pairs of light hiking socks and 1 pair of warm sleeping socks. Having 2 pairs of hiking socks allows you to wash one pair and have it dry out while hiking. Also if you are using non wate...

In GEAR » Wet Socks!
October 02, 8:02pm

Re: Re: goosefeet gear down socks + over booties
You can get down booties for way cheaper than $110. I remember seeing some $25 down booties at REI one time.

In GEAR » goosefeet gear down socks + over booties
October 02, 12:03pm

Re: Re: Re: Replacing my gears
Mazen, a Bivy is a waterproof or water resistant bag that goes over your sleeping bag, kind of like a sleeping bag cover. http://www.integraldesigns.com/product_detail.cfm?id=821 A bathtub ground...

In GEAR » Replacing my gears
September 30, 2:13pm

Re: Replacing my gears
"1- since these type of shelters are floorless, how can I prevent, in case of rain or snow, my sleeping gears from getting wet?. I saw people mention bivy bags, and stuff like that. Are these ...

In GEAR » Replacing my gears
September 30, 12:25pm

Re: Re: hatchet?
Andrew, hatchets are great and very effective but I've been finding a folding saw + large fixed blade to be a more weight efficient option for wood processing for backpacking. It's also a s...

In Post-Trip Reports » First snow of the year in Yosemite's Clark Range
September 30, 11:26am

Re: First snow of the year in Yosemite's Clark Range
Ah man, that looks nice. Bummed I missed this one. It stormed in the bay area while you were gone. I'm curious, would you/did you carry microspikes on a shoulder trip like this?

In Post-Trip Reports » First snow of the year in Yosemite's Clark Range
September 29, 11:57pm

Re: Re: any reason to use a softshell?
To clarify, I'm talking about conditions where the precipitation is dry snow, not rain.

In GEAR » any reason to use a softshell?
September 29, 9:22pm

any reason to use a softshell?
I'm planning on getting into winter snow camping this winter. Is there any real reason to carry a 14-18 ounce softshell when I can just carry a 4-8 ounce windshirt? I don't understand t...

In GEAR » any reason to use a softshell?
September 29, 6:57pm

All Reader Reviews by Justin Baker

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Gregory Tarne 36
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In Backpacks - Internal Frame
August 13, 11:53am