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Chad "Stick" Poindexter (Stick) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale Wet & Humid Southeast....
About Me My stomping grounds are the SE US, and 90% of the time, somewhere on the AT in GA, TN, or NC. Other times I enjoy going to the Smokies, or other smaller wilderness areas such as the Savage Gulf area.
Most of my trips are between 2 - 5 days long, with rare 7 day long trips. My total pack weights are generally under 20 lbs, unless trying new gear, or carrying extra for the kids. In the dead of summer, I enjoy SUL hikes, and have given thought to XUL (almost there...)
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Redneck Beer Cup (AKA: Bud Light Tumbler)
Not Ti, but you can check out the Redneck Beer Cups by SNCTOOL Outdoor Products. These are tumblers made from aluminum Bud Light cans. He rolls the top so that they are stronger and will not cut...

In GEAR » Ti Cup
November 30, 1:46pm

Re: Re: Toaks titanium solo pots
Thanks for the confirmation on the wall thickness Jhaura. I knew that this 375ml mug I had was much thicker than what I was used to seeing. And that will be interesting to see the upcoming pot with...

In GEAR » Toaks titanium solo pots
November 30, 1:10pm

Toaks 375ml Mug
I accidentally picked up one of the Toaks 375 ml mugs a while back...I meant to add it to my wish list on my Amazon account, but accidentally hit the "One Click Buy" button and then didn&...

In GEAR » Toaks titanium solo pots
November 29, 9:51pm

4 cups of water on a single Esbit
I did a video recently in which I tried to get 4 cups of water to boil on a single 0.5 oz Esbit cube. I used 4 cups of cold water straight out of the tap in my 1.3L Evernew UL cook pot and the Gram...

In GEAR » Weber cubes
November 23, 8:09pm

Re: New line for bear bagging
Lawson's iron wire that everyone is mentioning is a nice line. I have some that I use on tents, packs and other things, but admittedly have not used it as bear line, but think that it would do ...

In GEAR » New line for bear bagging
November 23, 7:04pm

Re: RE: video, ground cloth
I think that a sil version would work just fine, especially if you added the tie-outs like what is on the ones that Joe makes. Then the tie-outs would hold it in place for the most part. However, a...

In GEAR » Hexamid Twin size
October 11, 10:38pm

Solo+
I will be using the Solo + tent with a beak and the Solo + ground sheet for 2 this weekend on a hike with my wife. This will be interesting because I have only used it for myself so far... However,...

In GEAR » Hexamid Twin size
October 11, 9:47pm

Re: 3.7oz
I also have the Backcountry.com version, and I love the cook pot. At $20, that is a great price for sure. I have thought about picking up a second one... Although, on mine I removed the handles and...

In Gear Deals » Stoic 700mL Ti Kettle - $19.50
October 07, 8:57pm

Grid fleece...
Hi. I am also here in the Southeast. The best layering system that I have found that works for me while hiking is a Cap 2 long sleeve crew as a base layer and then my R1 Flash Pullover on top. The ...

In GEAR » Southeast Insulating layer
October 04, 4:46pm

Re: very helpful
They usually have some older versions for sale on the MB site. I would check there to see if they have something else too...

In GEAR » MB Alpine Light Parka - overkill warmth or OK?
October 04, 10:19am

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