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Re: Adjustments and question
Sorry, Jed. What I meant was more of a question for you. Some people would prefer not to pack above the extension collar, where others might prefer to do so. Frameless packs can be tricky th...

In Gear Lists » UL 3 season 1 week
February 21, 3:08pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: DuoMid v. TrailStar
Jason: I've been rained on once in the situation: with one door staked out, effectively creating a half-vestibule. Though the rain was not serious, and not a whole lot of wind factored in, ...

In GEAR » DuoMid v. TrailStar
February 10, 5:11pm

Re: DuoMid v. TrailStar
I had the same dilemma. I ended up with the DuoMid for many of the reasons you stated. #1 reason is that what I was hoping for a floorless year-round shelter; and I think I found that in the Du...

In GEAR » DuoMid v. TrailStar
February 09, 10:05pm

Re: Gransfors Bruks
For the past several months I've been mulling the GB Mini Hatchet as an all-purpose tool for bushcraft around camp. At only 11oz and top-quality... why not? I see it having much more utility ...

In Chaff » Gransfors Bruks
February 08, 7:13am

Re: Re: The Best Place to Purchase Shoes Online?
Agree with Jonathon. If RunningWarehouse stocks the product you are looking for, then it will probably be cheaper there than Zappos -- yet you will receive comparable service. If RW doesn'...

In GEAR » The Best Place to Purchase Shoes Online?
February 07, 5:58pm

Re: More adjustments made!
Hey Jed, First of all, nice gearlist. I wouldn't be able to guess at what size pack you would need; but I can tell you that your listed gear would easily fit in an Exodus with one week su...

In Gear Lists » UL 3 season 1 week
February 04, 7:56pm

Re: Some options
I second the Dolly Sods Wilderness. Very nice area, especially when isolated in the winter. I was out there for a few nights in late February last year, and I was fine with very basic 3-season ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Looking for a trip suggestion
February 02, 5:28pm

Re: Exofficio Men's Air Strip™ Pant size L
No, but what I do have might be of help to you. I own the Amphi convertibles (very similar pants made of the same fabric) in medium with a 34" inseam, and they weigh in at 318g (about 11.2 oz...

In GEAR » Exofficio Men's Air Strip™ Pant size L
January 30, 12:57pm

Re: Help! Pack decision!
I can comment/compare on the MLD Exodus and the ULA Conduit since I do have both. I must say, that in my opinion... both packs are awful as daypacks. I was hoping that I could use one or the ot...

In GEAR » Help! Pack decision!
January 18, 11:28pm

Knot basics?
For some reason, I'm kind of stupid when it comes to knots and ropes -- don't know why, but I always have been. Can someone point me in the right direction for some basics on knots for t...

In GEAR » Knot basics?
January 11, 9:19am

All Reader Reviews by Craig Burton

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Pro Lite Gear customer service
Normally I don't do company reviews, but I have just now been impressed by a record processing time by Pro Lite Gear. I've been exposed to pick-and-pack warehousing during my career; and I ...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
December 17, 4:36pm