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Max Dilthey (mdilthey) - BPL Premium Member

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About Me 24 year old backpacker, cyclist, and university outing club leader. As an environmental science major, I have been making the outdoors the priority of my existence since 2011.
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All Forum Posts by Max Dilthey

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Re: Re: Re: Brass spoon?
>I don't know about your brass spoon, but... >I have done quite a bit of plumbing work and I seem to remember a big deal about brass alloy water faucets containing lead. I believe laws...

In GEAR » Brass spoon?
December 19, 12:04pm

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In GEAR » Brass spoon?
December 19, 12:02pm

Putting my money where my spoon-hole is!
Just picked up a brass spoon on Ebay for $4. It'll make a nice gift for Kelley. Though she is far from a hypochondriac as demonstrated by several long trips, the magic of Brass has entrance...

In GEAR » Brass spoon?
December 18, 9:33pm

I don't know why, but Bogs winter boots just got on my radar. I've been using hiking boots, laced loosely, with super-thick socks in the winter as a poor man's substitute for real winte...

In GEAR » Bogs?
December 18, 9:10pm

The more I think about it, the more I think this is a pretty cool idea. I know dying from spoon bacteria isn't a crucial backcountry issue, but it might just be a little insurance policy for no...

In GEAR » Brass spoon?
December 18, 9:02pm

How Convenient!
My generation was born with one of those in our mouths.

In GEAR » Brass spoon?
December 17, 6:03pm

Brass spoon?
Brass is naturally antibacterial. So, theoretically, a spoon made from brass instead of titanium will disinfect itself. Rinse with water, wait a few hours, and your spoon is 100% germ-free. Theo...

In GEAR » Brass spoon?
December 17, 5:14pm

Not Too Tight.
If it's tough to put on a down jacket that is close-fitting, it'll be hard to get it on when you're in a sleeping bag, an emergency bivy, a seat on a ski lift, etc. Skip the hassle a...

In GEAR » Down jacket fit
December 17, 5:10pm

Arcteryx SV a "parka?"
Can anyone comment on where the Arcteryx SV plus a Patagonia Micro-D fleece falls on the "tons of insulation" spectrum? I don't have any experience with super puffy down jackets, as t...

In GEAR » Half Bag?
December 17, 10:35am

I agree that a full bag is lighter, but if you're already carrying the jacket... multi-use. This is definitely one sleep system where utility comes before comfort. I don't think half bag...

In GEAR » Half Bag?
December 17, 10:10am

All Reader Reviews by Max Dilthey

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CEP Dynamic+ Outdoor Wool Socks
Since I've got a blood malformation in my foot, I often use compression socks to kee...

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - WOOL
May 27, 7:10am

Kelty backpacks redwing 3100, red cloud 6650
I have two packs; a lightweight pack and a big, indestructible monster. It's good to have something reliable to fall back on for deep winter, or trips where you're carrying extra gear for some...

In Backpacks - Internal Frame
February 02, 5:52am

Boreas Men's Buttermilk 40
Fit: This bag has a superb fit that places more pressure on your lower back, which distributes weight to the hips and keeps your upper back cool. I was impressed with how well this pack vented, even w...

In Backpacks - Internal Frame
November 24, 7:19pm