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Serge Giachetti (sgiachetti) - BPL Premium Member

My Locale Boulder, CO
About Me I started backpacking as a teenager in southern appalachia. My summers in college were spent in mountain heaven, glacier national park. Since then, I've lived and played in the high sierras, the cascades, and now the colorado front range. Walking into the mountains for a few days with a light pack never seems to lose its charm. I recently picked up a bad habit called climbing.
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All Forum Posts by Serge Giachetti

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new xlite small
Tyler, if you hold out, you should be able to find a neo air xlite small for about $100 either on great swap or with sales/coupons. Its lighter than the older ones & maybe warmer

In GEAR » Sleeping pads
January 28, 5:58pm

@ Mark Yes, the spirit of the internet has spoken, and it says: Mirage. ...but seriously, what Dan said rings true for me. I think for a three season down jacket, something like the pat UL hoo...

In GEAR » Recommendations for down jacket
January 27, 11:49pm

Headlamp Geekery
Despite frequently depending on headlamps, for some reason comparing the attributes of various models goes beyond the limits of my gear geekery. I came across some pretty thorough testing of a broa...

In GEAR » Headlamp Geekery
January 27, 5:10am

4ish oz
I bet something with 3-4 oz of high loft down would do you better. That Ex lite also doesn't have a hem, so heat can escape that way. This is a good deal and pretty light: http://www.montbe...

In GEAR » Recommendations for down jacket
January 27, 12:05am

Which 900 fill jacket did you have?

In GEAR » Recommendations for down jacket
January 26, 10:47pm

I'd love it if this pack was suitable for running but I'm not holding my breath, since thats a hard thing to pull off. Wide (on the chest) ergonomic shoulder straps are a plus. The two lowe...

In GEAR » new SMD packs
January 26, 8:52pm

double post

In GEAR » Best Down Vest between Borah Gear Ultralight Down Vest, Luke;s Ultralight Down Vest, BRG Down Vest
January 25, 1:51am

i went with the borah gear vest, and it just arrived today. As I had hoped, there is not much to review here, its utterly simple, it weighs to spec and it fits (albeit a little roomier than I would...

In GEAR » Best Down Vest between Borah Gear Ultralight Down Vest, Luke;s Ultralight Down Vest, BRG Down Vest
January 25, 1:37am

more stuff
I'll be interested to see how the polartec power wool stuff works. I find myself going back and forth between polartec high efficiency (MEC T2) and my light wool hoody depending on the activity...

January 23, 11:58pm

t2 + alpine
I've found both the driclime & ran VR alpine very effective over a thin base when i'm moving in colder temps. If you think the marmot is clamy, the rab vapour rise (with equilibrium out...

In GEAR » Looking for a non clammy windshirt with hood.
January 23, 11:39pm

All Reader Reviews by Serge Giachetti

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Trail Designs Customer Service
Rand was really helpful on two stove purchases. Answered all questions almost immediately and helped get a sidewinder made for me at a moment's notice for a trip. Couldn't as for better custom...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
August 10, 3:44am

Gossamer Gear Gorilla
I'm very impressed with this pack. I tried out a few packs for a planned AT thru hike (didn't pan out yet), and this was far and a away my favorite. With the stay and sitpad, the pack conforms...

In Backpacks - Frameless
June 28, 1:59am

Gossamer Gear Gorilla
edit: double post

In Backpacks - Frameless
June 28, 1:56am