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Re: 1 oz fuel capactity
I take it the material's fairly robust, eh? Nice and simple, I like it.

In Make Your Own Gear » New stove w/ pics
April 15, 8:56am

Re: Re: Food saver
"They are, as you stated, watertight. In reality, you could achieve the same results with a foodsaver, or even just putting them in tiny ziplock bags...but it was a lazy Sunday afternoon, and ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Repackaging 4g Esbit Tabs
April 15, 8:55am

Re: Re: Thumb loops
??? Okay, so I can see the upclose on the Sidewinder Long Sleeve Zip page... but I'm having a hard time remembering the difference between what I'm seeing and my nomad... I'll have t...

In GEAR » Merino Hoody -Ground Effect Robin Hood
April 11, 2:23pm

Re: Thumbloops
Robert, You're saying you'd prefer true thumbloops (small loops of fabric) rather than the thumbholes that are normally called thumbloops? I actually don't might the thumbholes on...

In GEAR » Merino Hoody -Ground Effect Robin Hood
April 11, 1:00pm

Re: Re: Packability of the Montbell UL Pillow...
I was wondering that as well.

In GEAR » Packability of the Montbell UL Pillow...
April 11, 11:09am

Re: Affordability
99 NZD = 75 USD (xe.com), not bad at all. No thumbloops suck, but are doable. Deep zipper is nice. All in all, a little nicer than the Nomad from Icebreaker, and less expensive than the now avai...

In GEAR » Merino Hoody -Ground Effect Robin Hood
April 11, 11:08am

Re: Re: Penny Wood Stove.
Yup, played with it. It works pretty nicely. Pretty simple to build as well.

In GEAR » Penny wood stove
April 10, 2:37pm

Re: Cooking vs. storage
Rule of thumb (from my Chemical Engineering education), the rate at which chemical reactions proceed approximately double with every 10 Deg F increase in temperature. Obviously, this is a rule o...

In GEAR » Warning for any aluminum can pot users
April 10, 12:57pm

Re: Alcohol stove for mug
Josh, 1) Kudos on that Microtus... 2) Man, that Tri-Ti is right on the money for an alternate size...

In GEAR » Alcohol stove for mug
April 07, 8:54am

Guyot Bottles
Yeah - after an extensive search I've not been able to find a retailer that still has the double wall version. Please note, the lids are glass filled nylon... a plastic that 1) has yet to ha...

In GEAR » Good container for hot liquid (Not a debate about linings etc...)
April 03, 3:53pm

All Reader Reviews by Joshua Mitchell

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Icebreaker Tech T Lite Superfine 140
This is my first Merino T-Shirt (though I have a couple other manufacturers). Wore it a few days straight in super-hot/humid Boy Scout Summer Camp... little to no smell... way comfortable... man I lik...

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - WOOL
July 20, 12:54pm

Snow Peak Gigapower Ti
Got mine (Auto-Ignition) a couple years ago as my Xmas present to myself (single engineers have money...), loved it ever since.

In Stoves - Canister
August 02, 11:28am