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REI garage sale
I've never found any desirable items under $10, but I just got a pair of La Sportiva Nepal Evo GTX boots for $110.83... they retail for $475. If these were used, the wear is hardly noticeabl...

In GEAR » REI Garage Sale Treasure???
January 29, 9:23pm

harness hipbelt combination
Brian, Regarding the integration of a climbing harness and a pack's hipbelt: http://www.figurefourpacks.com/omega_demos.shtml I am not sure if you mentioned these packs, but if not their...

In GEAR » New Kifaru Pack - less then 3lbs, 5200 ci, will carry 100+ lbs!
January 18, 10:17pm

gaiter repair
Shoo-goo or the like... you CAN hand sew a coated nylon patch, or stitch the tear together, but you will have to use something to waterproof and reinforce the seam regardless. As such, if the tear ...

In GEAR » best method for patching gaiters
January 03, 11:31am

insulated pants
It does depend- how long will you be inactive during the day and how long will you be out of your sleeping bag while at camp? I am going to be in the High Peaks for 4 days and 3 nights in about ...

In Gear Lists » Winter clothing options
December 30, 1:44am

Patagonia offerings
I really do not like membrane softshells- especially with insulation as they are saunas. I might as well wear Gore-tex if I go that route (my Canadian made Gamma MX Hoody has been collecting dust f...

In GEAR » Which softshell for winter climbing in the Canadian Rockies?
December 21, 9:37am

meltdown vs flight
I recall reading on this site that the Meltdown and Flight have nearly the same amount of down fill, with the only real difference being the fabric and hood. I'm still not sure I buy it as ever...

In GEAR » MontBell vs Mountain Hardwear
December 20, 8:26pm

Helios
I have the MH Phantom and it is a good jacket: 14 ounces, about 3 inches of total loft and the fabric is rather weather resistant for its weight. I found myself ice climbing while wearing it once d...

In GEAR » MontBell vs Mountain Hardwear
December 19, 7:58pm

Firstlight is small
The Firstlight is a rather small tent- if you are too tall or really want to fit two people, I'd size up. I use the older Lighthouse and have to sleep diagonally at 6'2". Also, you ...

In GEAR » Freestanding tent recommendations: BD Firstlight???
December 18, 2:52pm

rampant consumerist's anonymous
Eric, I refuse to let the fashion industry co-opt my unfashionable outdoorsy sensibilities! Sure, they look like work gloves- but they ARE work gloves. I expect a snowboard company to worry mor...

In GEAR » yuppiefication of work gloves
December 06, 8:56pm

Powerstretch liners?
Are these warmer than a pair of Powerstretch liners? My l PS liners are form fitting enough to allow me to do anything I can do with bare hands... but if these are warmer, I'll switch.

In GEAR » What are the warmest usableglove/glove liners
December 06, 8:23pm

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