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Re: JRB vs. Nunatak
I have two Nunatak and one JRB quilts. Of the two companies, I'd give a nod to Nunatak, but it's a matter of degree. If cost is important, the offerings from Enlightened Equipment seem ...

In GEAR » JRB vs. Nunatak
May 03, 3:30pm

Re: Hammocks
"Had a Hennessy and used it for a year. Bought a warbonnet and gave the Hennessy away. The WBBB is FAR superior, try one for one night and you'll be sold." Which model did you have?

In GEAR » Hammock for NH white mountains direttissima 2013 HH Hyperlight vs WBBB???
April 01, 1:14pm

Re: Hammock for NH white mountains direttissima 2013 HH Hyperlight vs WBBB???
I've settled on the Hennessy Deep Jungle Asym Zip, because it comes with a side zip entry, rather than their bottom entry versions, and it has a double bottom where you can store your pad betwe...

In GEAR » Hammock for NH white mountains direttissima 2013 HH Hyperlight vs WBBB???
April 01, 11:47am

Re: Drafts
I used a Nunatak 5F quilt last winter on a trip where it was getting fairly close to 0F. I was sleeping in shelter, and started off with the quilt straps under the pad. As I wad getting cool wit...

In GEAR » Overnight testing experience with down quilt
March 23, 6:03am

Re: Has anyone seam sealed an HMG Expedition
I've never bothered to, and haven't had a problem.

In GEAR » Has anyone seam sealed an HMG Expedition
March 20, 7:36am

Re: It's too warm
"That's the main problem with this parka - too warm If you're in the arctic or climbing Denali or some Himalayan peak, fine, but anything that almost any of us would do, it's ov...

In GEAR » "The Finest Down Parka Ever" (Patagonia)
March 06, 10:32am

Re: Recommendations for a 30-45L internal frame pack around 2 pounds?
I'd take a look at something from Hyperlite Mountain Gear. They make great packs in fairly rugged Cuben. I have the Porter 4400, and it carries very well, at less than 2 lbs. They have a ran...

In GEAR » Recommendations for a 30-45L internal frame pack around 2 pounds?
February 28, 10:51am

Re: Zpacks or MLD Rain Mitts
I've had good luck with the Zpacks combo so far. No issues.

In GEAR » Zpacks or MLD Rain Mitts
February 24, 6:19am

Re: ZPacks Cuben Rain Jacket
I used the parka and pants over 5 days this August in CO, getting me through the usual afternoon thunderstorms. They didn't leak, breathed well enough, and seem like they're going to hold ...

In GEAR » ZPacks Cuben Rain Jacket
February 14, 9:19pm

Re: zpacks jacket
I used the Zpacks WPB cuben parka and pants this August in CO. Kept me dry through some heavy afternoon thunderstorms, and are insanely light. Unfortunately, not the chepest option, but more like...

In GEAR » Looking for new rain gear
February 14, 7:25am

All Reader Reviews by Don Selesky

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Montbell Super Stretch Down Hugger #3
I've had my 30F #3 bag down to 12F on a winter camping trip, wearing a mid-weight synthetic parka and pants, under a tarp and bivy combination. I was comfortable up to the 12F temps, although I w...

In Sleeping Bags - Mummy & Other
May 04, 2:45am

Big Sky International
I ordered a tent about mid-December of last year also, and would be stunned at this point if it ever showed up. I suspect that you'll never get a refund simply because Big Sky doesn't have it - the f...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
December 05, 2:02pm