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Re: Montrail Hardrock durability for long trek
A description of clothing (including shoes) can be found here.

In GEAR » Montrail Hardrock durability for long trek
June 19, 2:09pm

Re: Why Backpacking?
Solus.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Why Backpacking?
June 19, 9:00am

Re: Big Agnes Mystic
Here an overview of some down bags to look at until someone makes a recommendation.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Big Agnes Mystic
June 19, 8:56am

Re: Jhaura's sub-4 lb. 3-Season List
Nice. Like how you separated out the Dr. Bronner's soap container (hygiene) from the actual consumable soap. How long have you used a Platy as a pillow?

In Gear Lists » Jhaura's sub-4 lb. 3-Season List
June 18, 12:11pm

Re: Re.Thanks for the pics Kevin!
Oh, I thought it was a Ninja Turtle that hung out with Tommy Chong or Popeye.

In GEAR » ULA Arctic 1000 Packs
June 17, 10:22am

Re: Golite Virga and other rainwear
I tried on a large Virga once. The thing was really tight around the arm pits. I was surprised because I usually wear a medium or a large. The zipper was also difficult to use.

In GEAR » Golite Virga and other rainwear
June 16, 11:40am

Re: New Balance 872/873
Thought I would let you know that I ended up going with the NB 907 instead of the 872/873. Although I really liked all mesh on the 872/873s my decision was based on the tread design. Just seemed ...

In GEAR » New Balance 872/873 Comments
June 15, 1:48pm

Re: re:R.I.P. Colin Fletcher
>To walk the trail of life and end with no family or surviving >heirs, biological or otherwise, is ultimately a failed >journey. I really don't understand that comment at all. Al...

In Philosophy & Technique » R.I.P. Colin Fletcher
June 15, 11:22am

Re: Re: Re: Patagonia Houdini $75.98
Not there anymore. I did a search for Houdini yesterday to verify and it came up immediately.

In Gear Deals » Patagonia Houdini $75.98
June 15, 7:19am

Re: JB Weld
Looking forward to the pictures :)

In GEAR » Stove for 24 oz Heineken Keg Pot
June 14, 2:46pm

All Reader Reviews by Steve .

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Driducks rainsuit
Tested: - size: small - jacket weight: 5.5 oz - pants weight: 4.4 oz Pro: - price - weight - functionality Con: - fragile - zipper Having used Driducks for 2 years in ...

In Clothing - Raingear
October 28, 11:15am

Darn Tough Vermont Socks Customer Service
Had a small hole form on the ankle of one of my Darn Tough Full Cushion Boot socks that I use mostly for fishing. Surprising since I have a pair of Micro Cushions that I have hiked the heck out of wi...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
October 30, 10:44am

Backcountry.com
Learned about BackCountry.com here and have dealt with their customer service twice. First time I purchased a Granite Gear Vapor Trail on sale and the waist belt was out of spec - this true for all...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
October 30, 10:31am

Granite Gear Vapor Trail
Overall a nice pack with the exception of the huge extension collar and the fact that the Men's Medium waist belt length significantly differs from what Granite Gear says it is. Granite Gear sp...

In Backpacks - Internal Frame
May 09, 9:43am

Sahalie Men's Ultralight Tights
I ordered a pair of the Sahalie's Men's Ultralight Tights (medium, 1.8 oz) and the siz...

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - SYNTHETIC
March 28, 3:49pm

Inova Microlight
Last summer I lost a Photon that had faithfully served me for several years and hav...

In Lights - Flashlights & Headlamps
March 03, 3:40pm

Jim Wood SuperCat
Although I haven't used it in the field yet it works great in the house. Brings 2 cups of cold tap water to a rolling boil in about 6 minutes (prime: 1 minute; cook 5 minutes) using less than 1oz...

In Stoves - Alcohol
January 30, 7:57pm

TarpTent
Ordered a Contrail during the holiday sale. Followed up with an email asking for some scrap material. Communication was great. Order was perfect. Delivery exceeded expectations. If the tent i...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
December 28, 1:53pm

Lighten Up! by Don Ladigin
Lighten Up is an entertaining introduction to lightweight backpacking. Lots of good material for the beginner and a nice review for experienced lightweighters. The illustrations really make the book...

In Books and Media
December 27, 4:44pm

Mont Bell
13 years ago I purchased a lightweight Montbell Parka. It served me well until the Gortex started to delaminate this year. I called the Boulder office hoping to find a place to have it repaired. Th...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
November 29, 10:50pm