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More 2-door trekking pole tents; +1 on two doors
In camping with the Ms., or with most people, two doors makes all the difference. Better sleep and everyone has a place for their stuff. New redesigned Lightheart Gear Duo: http://lightheart...

In GEAR » picking a trekking pole tent for 2 - no center pole, 2 entrances
September 30, 10:25pm

Kat's Hats rock
Bought one as a gift - they are top quality and look great. You're lucky to have one if Kat is able to make one for you.

In GEAR » The Perfect Wool Hat
September 22, 1:26pm

shock cord - Spectra in middle, Knot, length
So according to what I found online and Sierra Designs, the industry standard is somewhere around 75% of pole length, but a little tighter than that I'm sure does no harm so Dan going with 65% ...

In GEAR » Re-shockcording Tent Poles - What type & length of shock cord to use?
September 22, 1:15pm

Sierra Designs
Thanks Stephen, I have a call to them on my calendar for first thing Monday morning. i'm sure they'll have good guidance on the length of cord to use, though I'm not confident they use ...

In GEAR » Re-shockcording Tent Poles - What type & length of shock cord to use?
September 21, 6:45pm

Re-shockcording Tent Poles - What type & length of shock cord to use?
I've got a Sierra Designs Meteor Light CD which I use for car camping. Though the tent is in great shape and I always store the poles open to preserve the shock cord, with enough time the origi...

In GEAR » Re-shockcording Tent Poles - What type & length of shock cord to use?
September 21, 4:53pm

Flood versus spot Zebralight?
Ryan what made you choose the floody Zebralight H52Fw over a spot version? Does the spot version have enough of a flood spread to work well in camp on low settings, and wouldn't it work just as...

In Editor's Roundtable » Flash Reviews (No. 1): ZPacks Challenger Raingear, JepPaks Custom Packs, Zebralight H52Fw Headlamp
September 18, 1:48pm

Appreciate this new Flash format; Ryan which shelter is that?
Ryan I really appreciate this new format. While the in-depth reviews are very helpful, getting more reviews out and getting them out earlier will help a lot of readers. Reminds me of the academic p...

In Editor's Roundtable » Flash Reviews (No. 1): ZPacks Challenger Raingear, JepPaks Custom Packs, Zebralight H52Fw Headlamp
September 18, 1:41pm

Xtherm
FYI if noise is a concern I think bloggers covering the recent OR conference noted that a version with even quieter material is coming out in the spring.

In GEAR » NeoAir Xtherm Noise?
September 10, 12:01am

Re: Re: Patagonia Nano-Air at windy rest stops & on move versus traditional synthetic puffy
Rick, I understand the Nano Air Hoody can be left on while moving - what I want to know is whether it will work just as well at rest stops over everything. When it's cold and I stop I don't...

In GEAR » Patagonia Nano-Air
August 30, 4:27pm

Patagonia Nano-Air at windy rest stops & on move versus traditional synthetic puffy
I thought of using the Nano Air as the inner layer of a two layer belay jacket system - two lighter layers instead of one heavy layer, with the outer jacket sized one size up to accommodate the inn...

In GEAR » Patagonia Nano-Air
August 30, 11:53am

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eBAY.com
Craig, How do you set up an auto search on eBay? Not familiar with that feature. Did you set up an outside program to crawl eBay? eBay is not only useful for acquiring used and new gear at low...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
December 20, 7:51am

Patagonia Houdini Wind Jacket
My wife has had such good experience with her Houdini that I'm going to switch over from my Montane Lite-speed. I've used my Montane Lite-Speed in almost all conditions. The material has excellent ...

In Clothing - Wind & Soft Shell
January 30, 9:40pm

Montane Lite-speed
I've used my Montane Lite-Speed in almost all conditions. The fit is quite good, with plenty of room to layer underneath, without being way too big. I'm 6 ft 180lbs, 42 chest and I do fine with the ...

In Clothing - Wind & Soft Shell
January 30, 9:31pm