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Re: Pinnacle
Thanks Dave. Too much wide mesh for my tastes. Still surprised there still doesn't seem to be many contenders in this niche 5yrs on. Looks like my Pinnacle will live to fight another day and st...

In GEAR » Golite Pinnacle still relevant?
June 11, 11:10am

Re: Re: Pinnacle
So are any to of the cottage guys making a <1kg pack even close to a ~76L or larger capacity, preferably not made with cuben fabrics?

In GEAR » Golite Pinnacle still relevant?
June 11, 1:35am

Re: Pinnacle
Yes, my Winter kit can fit comfortably in 50L too. Of course, one of the least discussed Pinnacle features is their ComPACKtor compression system that reduces the volume at the bottom of the pack w...

In GEAR » Golite Pinnacle still relevant?
June 10, 5:11pm

Re: Golite Pinnacle still relevant?
FWIW, I am more interested in hearing about any comparable sub 1kg packs of similar VOLUME capacity. Whether the Pinnacle can carry 18kg comfortably or not is not really germane to my request.

In GEAR » Golite Pinnacle still relevant?
June 10, 4:19pm

Golite Pinnacle still relevant?
Rationalising my quiver of packs and fretting if I should let go of a late model Golite Pinnacle. My primary reason for buying it in 2010 was as an emergency bugout load hauler with Winter camping ...

In GEAR » Golite Pinnacle still relevant?
June 10, 4:02am

Re: Re: Ultrashell material
Ultrashell doesn't look to be anything different than Pertex Endurance. I would expect the same performance. Frankly, based on my recent contact experience on the phone and by email I would ...

In GEAR » Do PHD products breathe well?
June 05, 4:31am

Re: Re: caffeine pills instead of coffee?
Excedrin Migraine tablets are your friends. 65mg of caffeine per tab. Works especially well in the morning when at altitude. Multipurpose too in keeping with the BPL dogma. Chase em down with an ou...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » caffeine pills instead of coffee?
May 31, 5:16pm

Re: Re Rain gear or windbreaker?
UL rain jackets WITH LARGE PIT ZIPS can make good substitutes for a windshirt, at least in my Alpine experience. I had great success with the Montbell Versalite while the OR Helium sucked. I actual...

In GEAR » Rain gear or windbreaker?
May 31, 5:36am

Re: Re: Re: "Boot help"
I think rocker sole asked for in this case refers to the curve of the sole between instep and toe. Stiff soled mountaineering boots tend to be nearly flat to accommodate semi-auto/automatic crampon...

In GEAR » Boot help
May 25, 5:11am

Re: barometers in phones
Thanks for reminding me of another reason I got the iPhone 6 as my first smart phone. Not many quality apps had enabled this feature when I got it back in October, so had forgotten about it. Now se...

In GEAR » barometers in phones
May 15, 1:40am

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