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Re: FS: PHOTON REX RECHARGEABLE LIGHT
PM Sent.

In Gear Swap » FS: PHOTON REX RECHARGEABLE LIGHT
November 19, 6:47pm

PM Sent on Stove
Been waiting for an alchy stove to try.

In Gear Swap » FS: UL GEAR
November 01, 11:13pm

Bivy Choice for Overnighter
I'm going a quick overniter in October here in the NE, and expect nighttime temps in the low 40's, with winds of 8-10 mph. I want to try some stealth camping, so I want to leave my Waypoint...

In Gear Lists » Bivy Choice for Overnighter
September 05, 11:03am

Re: Casual shoe suggestions?
Try SAS Shoes I wore Rockports for many years until they moved production to Vietnam (not to knock Vietnam), and their lasts (the mold for shoes, so to speak) changed, and they no longer fit pro...

In Chaff » Casual shoe suggestions?
August 28, 8:45am

Re: Night Hiking Newbie
Thanks for all the input, everyone. At night I now find a c. 2006 TakTikka Plus with fresh batteries doesn't have enough throw for true nighttime navigation (I thought it used to, I must be...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Night Hiking Newbie
August 07, 4:46pm

Re: Lightweight outdoor store in New York City
As they say, you can buy anything in NYC. Alas, this doesn't apply to lightweight gear. But you should still check out Paragon Sports (bright, roomy, wide variety, modern) and the classic stand...

In GEAR » Lightweight outdoor store in New York City
August 04, 9:38pm

Night Hiking Newbie
Because of some scheduling issues, I may have to start a 2-day solo hike in the late evening this October -- long after sunset. I've been poking around here and on the Internet in general looki...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Night Hiking Newbie
July 30, 11:16am

Has anyone switched back to a non-mapping GPS?
Happy Independence Day! As much as I enjoy a mapping GPSR, I wonder about the simplicity and--dare I say--"purity" of a waypoint-only/UTM-coordinates-only GPSR. Just a paper map, a GPS...

In GEAR » Has anyone switched back to a non-mapping GPS?
July 04, 3:48pm

Re: How important is carbon filtration in water treatment?
Good info and good advice, thanks all. Jason: what carbon filter do you use? Michael: let us know how that carbon filter works on your trip.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » How important is carbon filtration in water treatment?
June 30, 8:40pm

How important is carbon filtration in water treatment?
Hi All, I see a carbon stage in filters is used mainly for improving "taste," but it's also implied it removes pesticides and herbicides (assume trace amounts). I have a few filters ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » How important is carbon filtration in water treatment?
June 29, 6:30pm

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