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Wind etc
The shape, fabric being taught , staking , pole and guyouts are the main things that will determine wind performance. I spent the night in this the other night It's 260+ square feet. ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Octamid Help
March 19, 12:37pm

Staking
Staking mids or tipi's should not be taken lightly. It is very important when the weather turns poor. You can also create a lot more interior room with guyouts, especially vectoring and tensio...

In GEAR » Wind v Snow resistance w/r/t Mids
March 09, 8:59am

I like it
Hi Lawson I like it. I am probably in disagreement with most of the posters here, because I would trade 6 ounces for a lot more flexibility and load capacity. Here are my observations: - ...

In Gear Deals » Possible Backpack- Feedback Wanted
March 08, 7:15pm

No spam or selling
Hi We don't use your email for anything but our posts, or you can do a like on facebook, both work. We try to keep communication to a minimum, generally only posting specials, reviews, or n...

In Gear Deals » Win a Backcountry Shelter
March 08, 2:47pm

Thank you
I did not know how to do a click able link on this forum. Thanks

In Gear Deals » Win a Backcountry Shelter
March 08, 11:47am

Win a Backcountry Shelter
Win a backcountry shelter in a drawing. This is a super flexible light weight tent that is stove compatible. The shelter can be opened up like a tarp, or expanded using an add on panel. For more...

In Gear Deals » Win a Backcountry Shelter
March 08, 8:19am

Snow shedding etc
Tipi's tend to do both well. I had an 8 man out (9 feet tall) taking 35 MPH winds and a few inches of wet snow without much issue. I know smaller ones would fair better. I apologize for the...

In GEAR » Wind v Snow resistance w/r/t Mids
March 08, 8:15am

Backcountry shelter
The BCS fits that criteria and is based of the george tarp with some modifications. More information is here http://seekoutside.com/backcountry-shelter-2/ and here is a review http://...

In Make Your Own Gear » Half Pyramid
March 05, 4:39pm

Hi Fat
I've done a fair bit of reading on Paleo / Primal etc as well as done various activities from ultra trail races to X-fit. Below are my observations as I don't want to spend so much time on ...

In Philosophy & Technique » Ketogenic diet as a way to lighten pack?
February 29, 10:49am

Packs
I've had a nice frame, it was nice but to heavy for day to day hunting. Here are some options I've know people to use - ULA Epic with heavier stays and a couple extra compression st...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » "Ultralight hunting"
February 24, 6:17pm

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