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Jeroen Wesselman (jeroenman) - BPL Forum Member

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About Me I started as an alpine climber, I did most of my climbing in the European Alps and some in New Zealand and recently some ice climbing in New Hampshire during holidays. I started backpacking while in New Zealand and backpacked exstensively in Europe, Patagonia and Nepal and in the US (VT and NH). I started as a lightweight backpacker for my Patagonia trip in 2002 and progressed from there to a more ultralight style. My favorite backpacking style is multi day trips in an alpine environment.
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All Forum Posts by Jeroen Wesselman

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Re: Decision Made
Hi David, sorry that you had to return the Thru Hiker. I am still awaiting mine (which can easily turn into six weeks as well). I just wanted you to know that your pictures really helped me s...

In GEAR » ID Event Thru Hiker Jacket
October 25, 2:52am

Re: No Updates Today?
I was kind of dissapointed when there were no updates...i should get a real life... I was hoping on an update of the wilderness school trip as mentioned on RJ site!

In Website & Forum Admin/Support » No Updates Today?
October 24, 10:52am

Re: Patagonia DAS vs hooded Micro Puff
Hi Dave, I know from experience that it can get really cold up there so having a DAS would be nice on those super cold days. Here is where i stand; on winter hiking day trips i prefer the ...

In GEAR » Patagonia DAS vs hooded Micro Puff
October 24, 9:29am

Re: tent for tasmania
Hi Andrew, i will be leaving for New Zealand and Australia (tasmania) in two months. In total we will spend 4.5 months over there. For a lightweight tent for two persons I selected the Big Ag...

In GEAR » BD Lighthouse in wet conditions
October 23, 5:47am

Re: Full coverage vs weight?
Hi David, I was contemplating both ID jackets, that's the rain jacket and the Thru Hiker. I selected the Thru Hiker because of it's alleged lenght. Personally I use a shorter lenght j...

In GEAR » ID Event Thru Hiker Jacket
October 22, 8:10am

Re: Picture of Thru Hiker's fit & sizing
Hi David, thanks for the excellent pictures, they provide a lot of insight in the sizing of the jacket. I think i should do well with a medium although the jacket is definitly not as long as ID ...

In GEAR » ID Event Thru Hiker Jacket
October 21, 3:47am

Re: Whanganui River Journey. A trip report, AKA a brush with death.
Hi Matt, horrific story, good you survived. BTW, i like your website, great pictures of NZ. I am going to NZ in Januari for three months. Your pictures of the tramps on the North Island are g...

In Post-Trip Reports » Whanganui River Journey. A trip report, AKA a brush with death.
October 19, 12:56am

Re: Digital Hanging Scale
Hi Peter, this looks great, thanks for sharing. i think i wil be ordering one.

In GEAR » Digital Hanging scale wanted
October 17, 3:19am

Re: Re: Get a long cut/ID Thru Hiker
thanks everyone for your comments, yesterday night i bought the ID Event Thru Hiker on line on http://www.ccoutdoorstore.com/integral-desings-event-thru-hiker-jacket.html They have them on s...

In GEAR » ID Event Thru Hiker Jacket
October 17, 2:57am

Re: Re: ID Event Thru Hiker Jacket
Hi Allison, just wonder, did you buy the jacket true to your size? I am getting a little bit confused about hte sizing of the ID Event jacket especially as i have no opportunity to try one on.

In GEAR » ID Event Thru Hiker Jacket
October 16, 2:01pm

All Reader Reviews by Jeroen Wesselman

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Arc'teryx Switchback Shirt
Not exactly known for (ultra) lightweight gear this one has won it's place in my lightweight kit list. It's a stretch windproof, water resistant pull over which is rather tight fitting. It weighs jus...

In Clothing - Wind & Soft Shell
August 10, 6:00am