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Beginner UL
I'd get an REI Flash 50. I think 50L is the perfect "transitioning from traditional to UL backpacking" pack - since it forces you to bring less (much less if you were a bring 2 sets ...

In GEAR » Beginning UL'er, too early for a pack purchase?
August 26, 4:49pm

3 season bag
My experience is that the down bags are pretty close to their rated temps. BUT, the rating is based on sleeping in a base layer top, bottom, socks, and a knit hat. So, I'm comfy at 20 degrees...

In GEAR » Is a 15 degree bag too warm for me?
August 22, 5:58pm

Re: Re: light food
Monty (or anyone else), Did you get Freezer Bag Cooking to work with the Lipton Alfredo or Rice ? I always get noodles and rice that are still a tiny bit crunchy, and alfredo sauce that won't...

In GEAR » Light Food
August 15, 12:37pm

Kelty Noah Tarp
I have the Noah 10x12 tarp. There are tie-outs mid-way along the sides on that size. It's main problem is that it's strongly cat-cut - and designed to be pitched on a diagonal (like the &...

In GEAR » Budget Tarping: Kelty Noah's Tarp 9x9
August 15, 6:48am

Light weight Climbing Pack
I'm thinking a climbing pack probably has the fabric I'm looking for. Most have hipbelts and frames that are geared toward climbing rather than walking though, and extra things like crampo...

In GEAR » Simple, durable pack needed
August 13, 7:33pm

I'm looking for something with more durable fabric than 210. Maybe 325-400-ish denier. Does anyone know of a lightweight rock climbing pack that has a comfy hipbelt and a frame shape designed...

In GEAR » Simple, durable pack needed
August 12, 12:44pm

Simple, durable pack needed
I'm looking for a lightweight pack that can take some abrasion due to rough handling for boyscouts who are are trying to "go lighter". ie: laying it down on it's back (where the ...

In GEAR » Simple, durable pack needed
August 12, 9:00am

Dueter packs
Check out the Dueter Act Lite 65+10 at REI. It's really around 57 L in size, carrys a lot of weight comfortably, and it's shaping is cool against the back - even in the Grand Canyon. Ther...

In GEAR » Has anyone used the Sierra Designs Revival packs?
August 08, 4:06pm

Safe Alchohol Fuel
I use S-L-X Denatured Alcohol (made by Klean Strip). It's designed as an alcohol stove fuel - and safe for everything but drinking. The "tag line" under the model name (SLX Denatu...

In GEAR » Safest (least toxic) fuel source for California alcohol stove
July 24, 6:26pm

Tarping in the Southeast
I use a 10x10 for 2 people. The extra width is very handy. It allows me to pitch it in an A-frame mode with the sides 12" above the ground (even when it's raining). The rain would have ...

In GEAR » Another Tarp Question
July 14, 6:36pm

All Reader Reviews by John G

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Wenger Esquire
I was looking for something a little bigger than my Victorinox Classic (2.25") knife. The Wenger Esquire has essentially the same tools, but is 1/3 of an inch longer, about 3/32" wider and ...

In Miscellaneous Products
March 07, 7:05pm