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Re: Why few freestanding Cuben Tents?
Is there much of a market for it? I would think that most people willing to pay that much for an exotic material would forgo a freestanding tent.

In GEAR » Why few freestanding Cuben Tents?
July 01, 10:08pm

Re: Re: NEW Patagonia stuff for Fall 2015
The old patagonia wool baselayers were a poly/wool mix. I wonder if this is just a renaming of the same (or similar) fabric.

In GEAR » NEW Patagonia stuff for Fall 2015
July 01, 9:52pm

Re: NEW Patagonia stuff for Fall 2015
The cap 2 zip neck also disappeared. This happens during some seasons, but it shouldn't happen in the fall! I always thought the cap 4 was long enough (I'm 6'1" size medium) but...

In GEAR » NEW Patagonia stuff for Fall 2015
July 01, 9:38pm

Re: Re: Re: A6000
Thanks for the feedback. There is a 18-55 f3.5-5.6 available, but I worry it would produce the same soft photos as the kit lens. The only other lens that I see meeting most backpackers needs is ...

In Photography » A6000
July 01, 8:03pm

Re: A6000
The 16-50 kit lens gets really bad reviews, even by kit lens standards. What are people using with this body? Is there a good all around backpacking lens that can do landscapes but also capture peo...

In Photography » A6000
July 01, 6:57pm

Re: Climbing Rope as Sleeping Pad?
Depends on your definition of success. I don't recommend it if you have a choice in the matter. I take a 3/4 pad and supplement under my feet with my pack since it has a little bit of paddi...

In Multiple Use Gear » Climbing Rope as Sleeping Pad?
June 30, 11:02pm

Re: Re: Ascentionist 35
It's a climbing oriented pack. Climbers tend to be go go go. Stash some food in your pockets and clip a water bottle to the hipbelt if you need constant access. These packs require some plannin...

In GEAR » Backpack for overnight climbing trips
June 29, 8:31am

Re: P&S's, The Sony RX100, And Sensor Dust... Something Not Often Discussed!
I know a lot of people with the RX100 (various marks) and I have heard zero complaints. I think the internet allows for a disproportionaly high amount of complaints.

In Photography » P&S's, The Sony RX100, And Sensor Dust... Something Not Often Discussed!
June 28, 1:07pm

Re: Backpack for overnight climbing trips
Any hiking pack should be able to handle easy scrambles. I prefer to look for something tall, narrow, and with nothing more than a couple straps and a lid. The key is to pack it tight but not have ...

In GEAR » Backpack for overnight climbing trips
June 28, 12:26pm

Re: Mountaineering gaiters for long/skinny legs?
BD Frontpoints are indeed nicely patterned and trim. With that said, OR Crocs are still my go to pair.

In Mountaineering & Alpinism » Mountaineering gaiters for long/skinny legs?
June 27, 9:01pm

All Reader Reviews by Jeff Jeff

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Equinox 8 X 10 silnylon tarp
I bought this tarp the replace the blue walmart tarp I started out with. I was wary of the grommets at first, but I have had it staked out as tight as a drum and they haven't gotten loose at al...

In Shelters - Tarps & Floorless
August 23, 10:38pm