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The way I see it, someone either enjoys hard physical exertion and sweating, or they don't. You aren't going to change someone that doesnt, nor should you try. Others are spot on, tailor ...

In Philosophy & Technique » sharing the fun
August 30, 12:09pm

bug bivy
It keeps quilt around you, and bugs away from face. Can provide water protection on bottom and sides too. And most important to some, keeps creepy crawlies out. Some just sleep more relaxed know...

In GEAR » I don't get why people use bug bivies.
August 30, 7:27am

You may not have gotten soap out. There really isn't good water movement thru a bag in a washer. It either stays filled with air and floats in one place, or turns into a soggy rock. Hand w...

In GEAR » Washing - Lost Down Loft
August 30, 7:20am

Well, you did say it. The reason there is no official rules, no official records, etc. , is because almost no one actually cares. The total people in the world that it actually matters to would ...

In Philosophy & Technique » John Muir Trail speed records - a question of style
August 29, 11:16pm

I do it both ways, sometimes quilt is in cuben stuffsak, sometimes not. Regardless, the clothing is only in the liner, never had a problem. I've never accessed clothing in the rain til shelter ...

In Philosophy & Technique » pack liners
August 29, 9:43pm

gaiter chafe
I use dirty girls, they are a loose fit around the ankle. I have not had anyroblems.

In Philosophy & Technique » gaiter chafe
August 29, 4:51am

filing sawyer bag
Your cookpot, a water bottle, a ziplock. No need to bring anything extra really.

In GEAR » Tips for filling up a Sawyer Mini Bag
August 28, 8:37pm

leaky tent
"Collected an inch or two of standing water by morning" That would be a horrendous leak, unless you are referring only to a low lying corner or something.

In GEAR » Leaky Tent
August 28, 5:39pm

nonessential knife
I use a knife about the same amount as a real compass (i use micro compass at trail intersections frequently) or FAK. Very seldom. That doesn't mean it would be a good idea to leave it behind. ...

In GEAR » is a knife a non-essential item?
August 27, 7:51pm

Yep, a patent is only worth what you are willing to spend to defend it. In addition, there are maintenance fees that must be paid to keep it active. If someone hasn't paid the fees, they have a...

In GEAR » Your quilt is violating a Patent!
August 27, 7:48pm

All Reader Reviews by M B

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Melanzana micro grid hoody
very light, very warm, very comfortable. great design. A bit pricey, but worth it for the use I get out of it.

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - SYNTHETIC
March 19, 9:27pm

Western Mountaineering Megalite
Roomy, warm, true to rating , or better if shift down to top to maximize loft when sleeping on good R value pad. I sleep cold with a pretty low bodyfat percentage. After shifting most down to to...

In Sleeping Bags - Mummy & Other
December 09, 2:50pm