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Jason Elsworth (jephoto) - BPL Premium Member

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My Website URLhttp://www.jasonelsworth.co.nz

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Kooka
http://www.backpackinglight.com/cgi-bin/backpackinglight/forums/thread_display.html?forum_thread_id=42520&startat=100 Bottom line is that Kooka Bay is no more. It's a shame really as I l...

In GEAR » kookabay still around?
October 09, 1:42am

MLD Duomid or Trailstar
Hi Brian. New Zealand can be very windy and my local area spectacularly so. My experience with the Duomid in high winds was that the centre pole really flexed a lot and the sides deflected in. The ...

In GEAR » MLD Duomid or Trailstar
October 05, 3:09pm

MLD Duomid or Trailstar
I have owned both. Only have Tstar currently. I would probably go for the Duo unless high wind performance is the most important thing for you. One thing to note is that if you are using a Duomi...

In GEAR » MLD Duomid or Trailstar
October 05, 1:35pm

Xlite
Thanks Anthony.

In Make Your Own Gear » Cutting down the NeoAir Xtherm?
October 04, 2:59pm

Cutting down the NeoAir Xtherm?
Has anyone shortened an X-lite yet? I would love a short wide pad.

In Make Your Own Gear » Cutting down the NeoAir Xtherm?
October 04, 2:26pm

Windrider
My understanding is that the Goriila harness system has been completely redesigned and the shoulder strap spacing in no longer an issue. I have the old Gorilla and have found it very comfortable, a...

In GEAR » HMG Windrider Owners
October 02, 3:41pm

Which Mid Solo or Duo?
I would go for a Duomid unless you need to pitch on small sites or camp in open areas with high winds a lot. However, in high winds the Duomids performance can be greatly enhanced by using the tech...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Which Mid Solo or Duo?
October 01, 7:04pm

Developing a sleeping bag system
With sleep systems one of the keys I have found is to make sure there are no weak links. This means that you need the right quilt or bag, mat, head wear, socks and sleep clothes. Get any of these w...

In Philosophy & Technique » Developing a sleeping bag system
September 28, 8:43pm

Megalight
http://bedrockandparadox.com/2012/09/20/why-i-picked-a-megalight/

In GEAR » Shangri-la 5 vs Supermid vs. Oware 10x10 vs. Megalight
September 27, 7:09pm

Minimalist Shoes for Everyday Use
Converse high tops with the raised rear section of the insole ripped out aren't too bad, but my new pair seem narrower than my old pair. Just ordered some from http://www.lemingfootwear.com/. h...

In GEAR » Minimalist Shoes for Everyday Use
September 22, 10:59pm

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Jacks R Better Fast and very helpful
Arrived quickly all the way to New Zealand and looks very well made.

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
April 16, 4:11am