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About Me I hiked and canoed alot while growing up in ND. Have crossed Switzerland on foot via 4 different itineraries. Am now a long-distance bike tourer that usually travels with around 30 lbs (15kg) including the bike.
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WTB : Easton Si2 Mountaineering 2-person tent
Our gear got lost between Bhutan and Switzerland and so I am looking to replace what was lost. http://www.trailspace.com/gear/easton/si2-mountain-tent/ Thanks tim

In Gear Swap » WTB : Easton Si2 Mountaineering 2-person tent
February 13, 12:06pm

WTB : Montbell Down Vest with 3 snaps (no zipper, supper minimalist) in Size L
I was in Bhutan in Dec/Jan and our trekking gear was lost on the way back, so I am looking to replace my stuff.

In Gear Swap » WTB : Montbell Down Vest with 3 snaps (no zipper, supper minimalist) in Size L
February 13, 11:58am

WTB : Zpack Hexamid Twin Tent (w/extended beak) and Poncho Groundsheet
The title pretty much says it all, I'd like to buy this : http://www.zpacks.com/shelter/hexamidtwin.shtml and this http://www.zpacks.com/accessories/groundsheet_poncho.shtml thanks

In Gear Swap » WTB : Zpack Hexamid Twin Tent (w/extended beak) and Poncho Groundsheet
February 13, 11:53am

video and data request
I too would like to see a video fo the system in action using the fuels mentioned. It would be good to illustrate in the video the boil times and weight of fuel burned. Thansk

In On the Web » New Cottage Business
February 10, 8:52am

Wheel as hoop in a pinch
I've had to use a pair of wheels as the rear hoop on a Tarptent Rainshadow 3-person tent when I left the pole behind. It worked out nicely, but not sure how it would stand up to winds. After ...

In Bikepacking & Bicycle Touring » Bike + Tarp (w/ no poles)
February 10, 1:51am

Pletscher rear/front rack and seatpost rack that could work
First of all, I use this clip on, clip off rear rack on all my bike touring (i was able to buy just the rack). I put my tent, pad and sleeping bag and puffy jacket into a 20l dry bag under the rack...

In Bikepacking & Bicycle Touring » Rack for 30 liter frameless pack?
February 10, 1:40am

JSB0207 STOVE
I've been watching the videos and love the designs. They seem too intricate to make with my skills and tools. Is there any intention of selling these stoves?

In Make Your Own Gear » JSB0207 STOVE
February 09, 10:46pm

Lids are neglected in the pursuit for performance
I'm quite certain you will shorten your boil times, and save fuel with this great lid. Lids are neglected in the pursuit for performance I saved about 30 seconds of boil time (or about 3g o...

In Make Your Own Gear » Carbon/kevlar insulated pot lid
January 22, 12:28pm

A folding spork that stays extended when you use it?
I've tried three different folding sporks (primus, gsi, vargo), but they all fold when you use them vigorously (and usually mean spilled food). Have any of you had a better experience with ano...

In GEAR » A folding spork that stays extended when you use it?
August 04, 1:07pm

glorified groundsheet
This might be too thin, it's more like a glorified groundsheet that can be used : -under a superlight inflateable (such as klymit) -as a framesheet in your pack -as a sitpad (you can double ...

In GEAR » Padded Ground Sheet Source
June 16, 2:23am

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