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Steven Evans (Steve_Evans) - BPL Lifetime Member

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CityToronto
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My Website URLhttp://www.suluk46.com
My PDF Gear ListZion National Park - Mid May

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All Forum Posts by Steven Evans

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Re: Found item: Ultralight Ice Axe
Hi Eric, Got your PM and yes, that is one of my initial TICA axes I built about 5 years ago. Looks like they cut and reground the pick to be shorter. I wish I had kept track of who actually got wh...

In GEAR » Found item: Ultralight Ice Axe
September 22, 2:10pm

Re: Tie out for cuben tarps?
And here's the link to the tie out test documents. Nothing scientific, but will give you a good idea about the strength. http://www.suluk46.com/RandD%20-%20RD20%20Cuben%20Tieout%20Tests.html...

In Make Your Own Gear » Tie out for cuben tarps?
April 04, 12:14pm

Re: Ti Field Scalpel
I was lucky enough to get my hands on one of Javan's creations. They are VERY nicely made and I am surprised at both how well it cuts and how well it has held up. I can cut anything from a sing...

In Gear Deals » New: TSS Titanium Field Scapel: Self Sharpening UL Blade: Pre-order price.
October 13, 8:48am

Re: Re: Re: Any original ULA Arctic owners out there?
Hey Doug, I have an original and have since sewed the straps directly to the hip belt. I think it is a great design upgrade. I also made a cuben drybag for it to save some weight. Here is a link. ...

In GEAR » Any original ULA Arctic owners out there?
July 18, 12:25pm

Re: breathable cuben fiber gear
Not a problem. I have a rains shell, bivy, and a quilt made of the equivalent 0.33 breathable cuben. I can't comment on the thicker versions because I have limited experience. do it and post so...

In GEAR » Would WPB Cuben be breathable enough for down sleeping bag & clothing
July 06, 11:02pm

Re: Thanks
What ever happened to those ti corkscrew stakes you had a while back? I liked them.

In Gear Deals » New Products
June 29, 11:07am

Re: Zion Traverse Permit Questions
I did the Zion Tranerse on the May long weekend either lat year or the year before (man, my memory is really bad these days). Anyway, I just booked 3 nights at random spots and then changed them up...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Zion Traverse Permit Questions
May 08, 6:24pm

Re: Canadian shipping charges?
If you send an item from the US to Canada and didn't state it was a sample/gift/return on the customs form, the receiver will be responsible for various charges depending on the item, value, br...

In GEAR » Canadian shipping charges?
May 08, 7:49am

Re: MSR rubber band
I know! It is used to wrap around the MSR titan kettle to hold the lid on during transport. Edit: I am often wrong.

In GEAR » MSR rubber band
April 30, 8:13pm

Re: HMG Traverse Shelter
Anybody have insider info with what's going on with the Traverse Shelter? I reserved one back when I posted in this thread and sent a follow up last week but never heard back. Just want to make...

In GEAR » Hyperlite Mountain Gear Traverse Shelter
April 15, 8:12am

All Reader Reviews by Steven Evans

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Forty Below Light Energy TR Overboots/Simple Slippers
First off, here is the system I currently use: 1st: Thin liner sock, 2nd: Vapour Barrier Liner, 3rd: Montrail Hardrocks, 4th: 40 Below TR Overboot Why did I purchase the 40 Below Overboot?...

In Footwear - Boots, Shoes, Gaiters
May 14, 8:29am

Nunatak Arc AT
If you are thinking about this quilt, go for it. This system is the best I have used...just make sure you are ready for it. Paired with my Nunatak Skaha Plus, this is my 3 season sleep setup. I hav...

In Sleeping Bags - Quilts & Top Bags
December 19, 12:03pm

TarpTent Double Rainbow
With only one review for the rainbow, I had to put my 2 cents in here. Adding on the above post. Straight out of the box (tent, stuff sack, stakes etc.) and thrown on a scale, mine comes in at 4...

In Shelters - Single Wall Tents
February 20, 7:02am

Patagonia Ready Mix Softshell Jacket
I bought this on a whim just over a year ago after reading some reviews on it. This has turned out to be my go-to jacket for all my winter activities. From snowboarding to snowshoeing, there is no rea...

In Clothing - Wind & Soft Shell
February 20, 6:39am

Feathered Friends Customer Service
While the products are great, I purchased a 2 sets of Down Booties (which were in stock) on Jan-15th. Credit Card was charged same day and product was to be shipped next day. 3 weeks later I started t...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
February 19, 10:35pm

Six Moon Designs Essence '07
Simply put, this pack had everything I was looking for - in order of importance: 1)Panel Loading for easy organization 2)Hip belt pockets for regularly accessed items 3)Mesh side pockets for dryi...

In Backpacks - Frameless
February 19, 10:25pm