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Jeremy Platt (jeremy089786) - BPL Forum Member

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Need similar advice
I too am keen on finding a lightweight 4 season tent. I currently use a pacer 2 which is nice albeit a bit too big and heavy. An aarn pacer 1 only weighs 1.4 kg for a double wall tent, or 800 grams...

In GEAR » Best solo shelter for moderate four season use?
January 15, 5:23pm

re: FS- Hexamid Twin with netting
Hi Doug and Ross, Thank you for your replies. I agree that the mid tie out point creates alot of room and I also use a trekking pole when guying it out, from the photo it just lo...

In Gear Swap » FS- Hexamid Twin with netting
January 15, 3:38pm

Thanks for that Eugene, I am following it up.

In Gear Swap » WTB Klymit Inertia X-frame + others
January 15, 3:34pm

WTB Klymit Inertia X-frame + others
Hi Guys, Looking for a Klymit Inertia X-frame pad in reasonable condition. I have a neo-air and couldn't justify getting another new pad so soon after. Also if you are selling a st...

In Gear Swap » WTB Klymit Inertia X-frame + others
January 15, 2:40pm

Hexamid query
Hi Ross, Just out of interest, what was the rationale behind having the three lines coming from the side tie out points? I have one myself and am just curious. Cheers, Jeremy.

In Gear Swap » FS- Hexamid Twin with netting
January 14, 9:43pm

Rab Comparisons
It does however look like a similar design to the Rab Super Dru in Event which also weighs about a pound: I wonde...

In GEAR » Polartec NeoShell Starting To Appear
January 12, 11:31pm

Toe Cover
Does anyone make a toe cover for these things, like some sort of material strip that could go over the toes? This may be able to stop the build up of sticks and things between the toes when off tra...

In Editor's Roundtable » Vibram FiveFingers KSO Treks Review
January 12, 3:59pm

Advice with condensation curtains?
Hi Guys, I have only recently stumbled across the idea of the 'condensation curtain' used by tarptent (can't find the link now but will add it when I find it) and was thinking ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Advice with condensation curtains?
January 10, 11:48pm

Hi, I am 6'2 and the zpacks hexamid double works great for me. I reckon it would fit up to 6'5 or so when you have some extra sticks on each end for head room. Edit: Typo

In GEAR » 6' 2"
January 07, 4:53pm

Re: Mariposa Plus
Price Reduction - $110 with hip pockets (Free Postage within AUSTRALIA) Cheers, Jeremy.

In Gear Swap » FS: GG Mariposa Plus
January 04, 3:31am

All Reader Reviews by Jeremy Platt

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Trail Designs Customer Service
Excellent service: very fast to reply, happy to talk about modifications/ deals and makes a great product. Who could want more?

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
April 06, 9:56pm

zpacks Company
This one is short and sweet but Joe is a pleasure to deal with. He replied quickly to my emails, got my order in on time and is happy to discuss idea. I would highly recommend zpacks to everyone.

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
August 17, 5:41am

GossamerGear Mariposa
I have had this pack for a couple of months now and I do really like it but I find for me it has just too many little problems to justify giving it a 5. I will start with some good points - it is supe...

In Backpacks - Internal Frame
August 17, 5:30am