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Go for it
I went directly from a Osprey Aether 70 to a tiny little totally frameless MLD Burn. Base weight went from ~27lbs to 5.5lbs in 3 weeks of research, looking for used gear, etc. Carrying over 30lb...

In GEAR » Considering a GG Gorilla, but afraid to give up my osprey frame...
September 20, 4:24pm

Re: Think I found one
Just a super minimal polycro groundsheet wouldn't be a terrible idea, but it's not strictly necessary. The real trick is just to not try and sleep on top of anything that will poke any hole...

In GEAR » What bivy should I get?
September 18, 3:36pm

Woah
Do you guys with the larger (I mean over 1.5" blades by "large" ) ever find any real use of that much blade? I've been carrying a Spyderco Bug a lot and I really don't ever f...

In GEAR » Ultralight knives and multi tools?
September 18, 3:21pm

Fix for that
If you have rotation issues with Ti needle stakes, check out the ones from Lawson Equipment. http://lawsonequipment.com/All-Products/Ti-Hook-Stakes-p883.html They've got a more severe bend ...

In GEAR » stakes for mld solomid
September 16, 8:53pm

Re: Re: Re: Suggestions for ultralight camp shoes under 4 ounces.
I just made up a pair of blue foam shoes. I'm extremely impressed. I've never carried camp shoes because I find them unnecessary for the weight. Sure, they're nice but I'd rather us...

In GEAR » Suggestions for ultralight camp shoes under 4 ounces.
September 16, 8:13pm

2.9oz Esbit system
I've been using this for a little while now and I'm extremely happy with it. Super inexpensive as well. I had to buy a bit of Ti foil, a Zelph pot and that was all. Ti foil tray ...

In GEAR » Do you have a nested cookset?
September 16, 2:14pm

Bivys are fantastic
I picked up a large/wide side zip bivy from Borah Gear. 6.5oz, M50 top, sil bottom. I love the thing. It's my first bivy. I always assumed it would be claustrophobic and irritating, but it'...

In GEAR » Why no bivy love?
September 15, 3:03am

Got an answer
I asked on Facebook about where the bag was made and got an answer: I'm not really sure what I think about it. I'm really not terribly concerned either way and I understand that it&#...

In GEAR » ULA Sleeping bag
September 13, 5:08pm

Best blankets ever
I've taken two old down bags, removed the zippers and sewn the footbox closed about 30-40 inches up to make a blanket for cold fall/winter days. I keep the house pretty cold, and an old slee...

In Make Your Own Gear » Recycling Old Sleeping Bags, suggestions?
September 11, 9:26am

Very cool
It's fun to consider the differences in cook kits that are really close in weight. You've got a really nice windscreen that's heavier than my foil, but you save in a lot of other things...

In GEAR » 2.85oz Esbit cook kit
September 10, 8:32am

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