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I like my Patagonia SunTech as it has the mesh on the side and is still button up the whole front. Patagonia also used to make a Wool 2 LS

In GEAR » Coolest Long Sleeve?
April 23, 2:53pm

wool 2
I would go with a Wool 2 comparable system so that even if you do get too warm and sweat some you are not stinking up your bag.

In GEAR » Base Layer for Sleeping
February 26, 11:46am

Maybe they will have an optional add on 'bed' for more hauing volume and it will be the El Camino.

In GEAR » ULA Camino
February 22, 10:36am

hamming it up
okay, so it is a whole tension thing. how do hammocks hold up in really hot conditions and still keep the bugs off?

In GEAR » versatility in a shelter choice?
February 06, 11:10am

round and round
I still have to ask though. Things change out there and I am not privy to all the information. As for the other post, how does one set up a trekking pole on a hard surface? The SD tent looks...

In GEAR » versatility in a shelter choice?
February 06, 10:58am

"To me, the most versatile shelter is a double wall with mesh/fabric inner" Ever seen a lightweight one that would fit my 6'5" frame?

In GEAR » versatility in a shelter choice?
February 06, 10:29am

I see the different arguments for each. for hammock and tarp you need to have trees or something else you can attach it to. you can't use the tarp and bug net on hard surfaces and you will pro...

In GEAR » versatility in a shelter choice?
February 05, 4:17pm

versatility in a shelter choice?
I know there is not a tent or tarp/bivy combination that covers all situations but I am wondering what people would suggest that would cover the majority of them like bugs, rain, heavy wind, light ...

In GEAR » versatility in a shelter choice?
February 05, 2:58pm Maxima jacket XL-XXL
This is an already sewn together jacket of the Maxima Jacket kit using black Momentum and what I remember as a double layer of 3oz insulation Primaloft Sport insulation. Front torso...

In Gear Swap » Maxima jacket XL-XXL
January 30, 11:21am

Fit is good. Patagonia has kept their fit constant over the last few years so it should be similar. As for color it is darker than lime but less than hunter or forest. I really can't referen...

In Gear Swap » FS: Patagonia M's R2 Jacket XXL
January 28, 2:20pm

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