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Rohan
Peter, thanks for pointing me to that Rohan shirt. That's a good find. I looked into shipping to the US, and evidently they'll do it, although it's expensive. I'm tempted. I like th...

In GEAR » Lightest tee shirt...Oudoor Research Echo?
June 02, 9:57am

?
I saw a blurb about that research in a news article recently, too. As I read it, it has nothing to do with waterproofing. This development purports to be an improvement in wicking base layer fabric...

In GEAR » A new(?) waterproof-breatheable fabric?
June 02, 9:52am

syringe
Yes, a 60ml syringe attached to a short (1cm) bit of tubing, then a tee with little check valves on each side would make for a perfectly functional water pump.

In Make Your Own Gear » MYOG water filter - questions
June 02, 9:45am

pump
I've been thinking about something very similar recently. I concluded that the lightest and most reliable pump with adequate throughput would be a bulb. The only problem is that bulbs can't...

In Make Your Own Gear » MYOG water filter - questions
June 01, 7:10pm

Lightest tee shirt...Oudoor Research Echo?
I wish the Golite Drimove Silk tees were still available. Is the OR Echo (3.1 oz size L short sleeve) currently the lightest tee shirt out there?

In GEAR » Lightest tee shirt...Oudoor Research Echo?
May 31, 11:38pm

Shade
I think something metallized would provide the most protection from the sun's heat. A space blanket would work well in calm air, and metallized ripstop nylon would work in windy conditions.

In GEAR » Material for shade tarp?
May 30, 5:38pm

Carbon
David, thanks for taking a brief hiatus from your retirement to answer my questions. I had thought of the flow path problem in short, fat vessels. This was my reason for specifying that the hyp...

In Make Your Own Gear » water filter advice
May 28, 9:47pm

Kite valves
I agree with Ryan about the Airtime kite valves. They stick securely onto smooth surfaces with their own pressure-sensitive adhesive, or you can glue them to surfaces that aren't smooth (like f...

In Make Your Own Gear » Air valves
May 28, 5:54pm

Size
Yes, I'd like to hear about the sizing, too. I'm 5'11" and 155 lbs (skinny), and I have absurdly long arms. In the Marmot Mica I wear a large. Anyone about my size who owns a Shift...

In GEAR » Any news on Westcomb Shift LT Hoodie?
May 28, 1:23pm

Activated carbon and tannins
"Make your carbon container long to maximize contact time and relatively narrow to minimize weight and volume." David, I'd like to include activated carbon in my gravity filtration...

In Make Your Own Gear » water filter advice
May 27, 10:19pm

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