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Ultralight Tip of the Week
Ordered the book 5 minutes ago. Thanks, Mike!

In Editor's Roundtable » Ultralight Tip of the Week
April 22, 8:34am

Anyone use trekking poles with a Golite Shangri-la 3
I've used the extender (1 ounce or so?) with a trekking pole in winds that gusted at least to 40 or 50. We get a lot of windstorms here and we're pretty good at judging the speed. The Hex 3...

In GEAR » Anyone use trekking poles with a Golite Shangri-la 3?
April 16, 10:03am

Spectacular PNW trip suggestion??
The Pasaytan is truly fantastic. The eastern half has a Tibet feel to it. Miles and miles of high altitude roaming. Gorgeous. September is getting a little late for up there, though. Depends on the...

In Post-Trip Reports » Spectacular PNW trip suggestion??
April 16, 9:54am

Spectacular PNW trip suggestion??
Don't write off the Enchantments. Not the solitude you're looking for (although it can be found up there for sure), but it really is stunning and famous for a reason. They take walk-ins eve...

In Post-Trip Reports » Spectacular PNW trip suggestion??
April 14, 7:43am

25" wide Neoair
Not sure why it's not more popular - folks have been asking for this size for years - but the NeoAir Trekker L/T is 25" wide and around 48" long. Cheaper, tougher, just as small packi...

In GEAR » 25" wide Neoair
April 14, 7:37am

WTB: Sea to Summit Bug Net
Looking for the Single or Double. Ideally the InsectShield treated, but fine with the regular as long as it's in good condition. PM if you have one you'd like to sell. Thanks!

In Gear Swap » WTB: Sea to Summit Bug Net
March 31, 12:45pm

Esbit Lighter
Tony - the dropper bottle is exactly what I've been doing for years. Great method and still probably my preferred for weight savings. Being honest, though, this lighter is just dead simple for ...

In GEAR » Esbit Lighter
March 24, 6:16pm

Olympic National Park in Late May
Even the valleys might not be clear in May. Peak snow is usually about now - March/April - and then starts to melt off. High country can be snowbound until August quite easily and even at just 2000...

In Winter Hiking » Olympic National Park in Late May
March 24, 8:30am

Esbit Lighter
For all the Esbit geeks out there, here's a neat little lighter. Not the lightest in the world (1.3oz filled on my scale), but it's refillable, telescopes to save burned fingers and reach i...

In GEAR » Esbit Lighter
March 24, 7:10am

Via Coffee
Rick - your coffee comments probably span close to 10 years on various boards by now. I love it! Glad to know I'm not the only one with a backcountry coffee addiction :) I genuinely hope you fi...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Via yeah-yeah
March 04, 2:02pm

All Reader Reviews by Curt Peterson

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BPL Ultralight Fishing Rod Case 2"
I'd been looking for a light, tough fishing rod tube for a long time and was excited to find this option. Despite fantastic customer service with a special request and fast shipping, this rod tube qu...

In Miscellaneous Products
August 07, 11:57am

Lock Laces Shoe Laces Lock Laces Shoe Laces
I'll give the Lock-Laces that BPL sells a star for being incredibly comfortable during in-camp and flat trail duty, and another star for the quick and easy on-off they allow. But, they are not near...

In Miscellaneous Products
August 07, 11:43am

Backpacking Light Ti Esbit stove
If Esbit is the fuel choice, this little stand is a fantastic option. Fits the GSI double boilers well and my Snowpeak bowl nicely. The real appeal is the ridiculously light weight. I can tos...

In Stoves - Other
August 07, 11:35am