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Re: any ideas what they (Ibex, Icebreaker, Smartwool, etc) are using for their new insulated garments?
http://www.mainpeak.com.au/blog/merino-loft/

In Make Your Own Gear » any ideas what they (Ibex, Icebreaker, Smartwool, etc) are using for their new insulated garments?
November 19, 9:30pm

Re: most miserable cold night!
Women tend to sleep a lot colder then men. At 14 degrees I would be using a 0 degree bag. Also, sleeping bags are usually optimistically rated unless it's a high end brand like western mounta...

In GEAR » most miserable cold night!
November 19, 3:25pm

Re: most miserable cold night!
Get some of that silicone seam seal stuff and put some little dots on the bottom of the pad. That will give it some friction.

In GEAR » most miserable cold night!
November 19, 3:22pm

Re: rocky gtx socks
"People who say this likely wear really thick socks to hike. I wear thin socks." I think most people are using the goretex socks for colder snow conditions, which you would want a thic...

In GEAR » Return to Goretex in rainy climates?
November 18, 8:07pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Gore-Tex socks.
I have like 9.5 super wide feet. I sized up to a 12 and I have lots of room in the toes, so I can't say how much you would size up for a normal width foot. The fit is good, I can fit an extra t...

In GEAR » Return to Goretex in rainy climates?
November 18, 8:03pm

Re: Too many sleeping bags.
2 piece sleep system, 3 temperature range options: a quilt to keep you warm in summer a 3 season bag to keep your warm down to freezing layer the quilt over the 3 season for winter. quite a...

In GEAR » Too many sleeping bags.
November 18, 7:31pm

Re: share your boulders
boulder inscription, 80 years and 3 months old. north fork cherry creek canyon.

In Photo Gallery » share your boulders
November 18, 5:23pm

Re: Neo Socks
I know this is an old thread, but I find that neoprene socks are unreliable for keeping my feet warm outside of water. If I am doing something that will involve both walking through water and walki...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Neoprene Socks & Condensation
November 18, 12:26am

Re: Re: hiking/running tights reccomendations?
Justin, I find that tights insulate well when wet. The fabric needs to be contacting my skin. I know my golite tights with a slight fleece lining do that well enough. Damien Touglas in his backpack...

In GEAR » hiking/running tights reccomendations?
November 18, 12:25am

Re: Re: Re: Gore-Tex socks.
I use rocky brand goretex socks. They are good quality, should last a while. Pricy but worth it. I think they would be perfect for your wife. I have used them in that way, for hiking on dry trai...

In GEAR » Return to Goretex in rainy climates?
November 17, 4:35pm

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Gregory Tarne 36
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In Backpacks - Internal Frame
August 13, 11:53am