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Richard Nisley (richard295) - BPL Premium Member

My Locale San Francisco Bay Area
About Me My outdoor hobbies include hiking, mountain biking, canoeing, kayaking, snow shoeing, skiing, fishing, and hunting. I enjoy continuously refining my equipment and techniques with the emphasis on less weight and volume.
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All Forum Posts by Richard Nisley

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Re: quality silnylon
Samuel, The Shield (TM) silynylon that I tested was from Thru-Hiker. I am not aware of any other high quality silnylon source for the DIY folks. See "Shield Silnylon +1 on 10/04/2011 21:42:...

In GEAR » 1P UL's
January 25, 11:37am

Re: Linky?
Mike, I think there is a BIG difference between the logic of a congressman feeding pork to his distric versus peer reviewed science. Your "linky" is: Accession Number : ADA187998 T...

In GEAR » Need a puffy layer...
January 23, 4:01pm

Re: Re: Your Reference to Bison Fur and Wool Were Measured Using the D1909 Standard
Bob, It was 1985 when your US Army-issue wool long johns (c.1970) were stopped being produced. Are you still wearing them (smile)?

In GEAR » Need a puffy layer...
January 23, 3:47pm

Go back to 10/13/2008 for the explanation
Dustin, You are correct that the complete sleeping bag/quilt's clo/total system oz is what an UL backpacker should be concerned with... it stays the same over the linear portion of the areal...

In GEAR » Zpacks
January 21, 7:42pm

Your Reference to Bison Fur and Wool Were Measured Using the D1909 Standard
NO; in cold high moisture environments it is the worst. The D1909 standard is a test done at 65% RH and 70F. The D2674 Standard, done at 100% RH, results in wool's moisture regain of ~30% as...

In GEAR » Need a puffy layer...
January 21, 4:11pm

Re: Re: Air permeability
Richard, All of the Wild Things Epic polyester products I tested had very low air permeability. The tests included three different windshirts, as part of product variability analysis. Their Fraz...

In GEAR » lightest windshirt that can withstand backpack abrasion
January 09, 3:54pm

Subjectivity Screams and Science Whispers
I have measured the Frazier CFM, air permeability, of a very large number of windshirts. Every one of them has vocal proponents on this forum. The air permeability measurements ranged from a low of...

In GEAR » lightest windshirt that can withstand backpack abrasion
January 09, 12:18pm

Subjectivity Screams and Science Whispers
I have scientifically measured the air permeability of both garments. Whispering quietly... "the Montbell model tests 6.19 Frazier CFM versus 38.12 Frazier CFM for the Patagonia model."

In GEAR » lightest windshirt that can withstand backpack abrasion
January 09, 10:22am

Re: RE: "A New Paradigm for Understanding Garment Warmth"
Patrick, The Patagonia UL down shirt is 1.66 Iclo. That shirt plus a MB UL Down Hoody and doing camp chores, sheltered from the wind, will be thermo-neutral at ~31F.

In GEAR » A New Paradigm for Understanding Garment Warmth
January 06, 11:16pm

Dexterous insulated leather glove
I have tried many; the Cabela's Kangaroo Leather Thinsulateā„¢ Shooting Gloves is the best I found, by a wide margin. The Gore-Tex version of this glove is significantly less dexterous.

In GEAR » winter gloves system
January 05, 3:25pm

All Reader Reviews by Richard Nisley

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Lite my fire firesteel scout firelighter
I went back to the Midwest, this month, for a family reunion and fishing trip. I took my fire steel with me. My two nephews are 10 and 12 and they love to fish. The 12 year old asked me if I would tea...

In Cookware - Other
July 21, 1:37pm

Jetboil Personal Cooking System
My piezo failed after a couple of days. It took one second to fix it by bending down the ignitor rod to make a slightly smaller gap (1/8" smaller). I then used it in Alaska for 1 1/2 months twice a da...

In Stoves - Canister
August 25, 5:17pm