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Bradford Rogers (Mocs123) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale Southeast Tennessee
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My PDF Gear ListPecos Wilderness Late May 2015

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cookset
So a cookset for a group of 4. What will you be doing? Just boiling water? Actual Cooking? What about a fry pan for pancakes and such? What stove are you using?

In GEAR » cooksets
February 21, 9:19am

Question
Is the Patagonia Polarguard Delta Pullover the previous version of the Micro Puff Pullover?

In GEAR » A New Paradigm for Understanding Garment Warmth
February 21, 9:12am

Wow!!!!!
Thanks Richard! Your posts are some of the most informative on this site. This is a great tool for people picking insulation layers, too bad it can't be made a sticky post. I would love to see...

In GEAR » A New Paradigm for Understanding Garment Warmth
February 21, 9:11am

Knife
When I don't take my Gerber LST, I have a Spyderco Ladybug. VG-10 steel from Japan, .6oz.

In GEAR » What knife do you carry backpacking?
February 21, 8:55am

$$$
Luckily where I am at we don't have super cold temps or enough snow for skiing. My most expensive piece of gear was probably my Mountain Hardwear Phantom 0. I think I paid $400 for it.

In GEAR » Most expensive?
February 20, 9:21am

Clothing Layers
I hike a lot on the AT in that area and here is what I would wear in April: For Hiking: Tops: Either A. Patagonia Lightweight Capaline Long Sleeve Crew B. Smartwool Lightweight Long Sl...

In GEAR » Clothing Layers
February 20, 9:18am

Bedget insulating layers
You could always go with fleece. True Polartec 200 or 300 is actually quite warm and reasonably light, but it just doesn't compress well. I have seen Polartec fleece jackets for as low as $35. ...

In GEAR » Budget insulating layers
February 17, 9:26pm

Also posted on the blog
I have had a problem overheating in my rain gear. I would love to see more manufactures here in the US utilize eVent, and of course would love a light weight eVent jacket with pit zips. I have ...

In GEAR » What would YOU tell an outdoor fabric manufacturer?
February 15, 10:02pm

Thermawrap
I have a 2005 Thermawrap and it has become my most used insulating layer. It goes on most of my trips year round.

In GEAR » Montbell Thermawrap vs. Inner
February 13, 11:04am

Exped
If you want a warmer version of the Big Agnes style mat, look at the Exped Downmats. Super Comfortable and Super Warm. My Downmat 7 has a R value of 5.9. In warmer weather, I switch to a lighter Pr...

In GEAR » CCF vs Self Inflator vs Synth Mat
February 02, 9:34pm

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