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Re: Massive burn holes in floor of tent! (see pic) Can it be repaired?
This has to be a good story. +1 for just replacing the material. Cutting the nylon out and sewing silnylon to the little bit of nylon you leave will be quicker and easier than taking it all out...

In Make Your Own Gear » Massive burn holes in floor of tent! (see pic) Can it be repaired?
September 12, 5:42pm

Nice Score
I'd be right behind him on the merino. If shopping were more like your experience all the time, I think I would enjoy it a lot more. It looks like you find some really great stuff.

In Make Your Own Gear » Fabric Score his Week
September 12, 6:27am

RE: Help me get below 10 pounds
So a couple of things that might help you lose a bit of weight: I'm not sure about the Rockies, but most places along the Southern AT (Your profile says mid Atlantic) I only would want a hea...

In Gear Lists » Help me get below 10 pounds
September 07, 11:03am

Only Using the Pot
You could just replace the deer park bottle completely with a small titanium pot. Whenever you come to a water source, just fill up the pot and drink. It may add a touch of weight, but also will be...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » My XUL Challenge Gear List
September 04, 9:01am

Re: world meet the assault
The pack looks great. What did you use to make the stretch on the pocket? Is it just lycra? How well will the pack compress down, for instance, if I didn't have enough gear to fill it up high? ...

In Make Your Own Gear » world meet the assault
September 02, 7:06am

Getting Out
I actually had a good chance to test this bivy in a storm and in getting out of it quickly just last weekend. I camped up on Black Balsam on the Blue Ridge as it started raining and I only had a mi...

In Make Your Own Gear » MYOG Bivy
September 01, 8:27pm

Make Your Own Plastic Hardware
I'm excited today that my computer science degree I am working towards might have given me my first big help with my myog addiction. Talking to some classmates today, one mentioned this open...

In Make Your Own Gear » Make Your Own Plastic Hardware
August 29, 10:55am

Re: AT 2012 thru-hike list
A couple of questions that I have and others may have as well: Are you going to be doing a north bound or south bound hike? When is your estimated start date? Is this hypothetical gear, or do you o...

In Gear Lists » AT 2012 thru-hike list
August 26, 7:12am

Questions about a mid
I'm working on a Duomid type clone currently, and I have a couple of questions about the steps that will come in the future. The first is, for other people who have used mids, have people o...

In Make Your Own Gear » Questions about a mid
August 25, 10:45am

The list looks pretty solid. I don't know a whole lot about hammock set ups, so I can't help there, but as far as the tools go, you may be able to drop a little weight. Ditch the second ...

In Gear Lists » 3 Season Hammock 2011 - East Coast
August 23, 12:13pm

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