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Gregory Stein (tauneutrino) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale Upper Galilee
About Me I'm husband, dad, hiker, photographer and software engineer.
Born in Kazahstan
Moved to Israel at age of 17 alone
Served in IDF
Completed B.Sc degree at ORT Braude Academic College
Now work at Intel as SW Eng.

Hiked from age of 7 in Kazakhstan with my dad. Have inherited this love for outdoor and nature. Hiking a lot in Israel and in the world. :D
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All Forum Posts by Gregory Stein

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Re: Re: Layering system for Alps (2000-3000 m)
Hi Woubier, Thanks for the reply. Yes, the weather changes, that's why I have some hard time deciding what to get. I'll add my Nike running gloves +pair of nytrile gloves that fit nicel...

In GEAR » Layering system for Alps (2000-3000 m)
December 22, 6:59am

NeoAir XLite small + CCF sit pad = makes sense?
Hi, I wanted to hear your opinion on using NeoAir XLite S and CCF sit pad to get a full coverage sleeping pad. On other hand - why not taking just the regular version. So this looks like more ...

In GEAR » NeoAir XLite small + CCF sit pad = makes sense?
December 22, 4:43am

Layering system for Alps (2000-3000 m)
Hi, In summer 2015 I'm going to hike Walker's Haute Route in Swiss alps. As I understand the weather in those heights changes quickly. Here are the clothes I'm planning to take. F...

In GEAR » Layering system for Alps (2000-3000 m)
December 22, 4:35am

Camera mount options for Locus Gear CP3 poles?
Hi, I'm really wanting to use hiking pole as a monopod for my Sony Nex-6 camera. CP3s look promising, but no original camera mount available. I hope there are folks who found solution for t...

In GEAR » Camera mount options for Locus Gear CP3 poles?
November 07, 1:16pm

Minimal is minimal :)
Thank you all for the answers. I should be more specific on definition of minimal in my POV. So, minimal is minimal. Innov-8 Trailroc 235 is on the "heavy" end of my minimal. Generall...

In GEAR » Minimal running shoes used for backpacking
November 01, 8:28am

Minimal running shoes used for backpacking
Greetings my fellow backpackers, As some of you know I'm a minimal/barefoot runner. A while ago I started to use minimal running shoes (Innov-8 Trailroc 235, Vivobarefoot Ultras and even Sau...

In GEAR » Minimal running shoes used for backpacking
October 31, 1:39am

Second for AA
In the past I used headlamps with 3 AAAs. A year ago I've bought ZL H52 and can't be happier. Lighter, waterproof (my wife accidentally set it through washing machine cycle of 1:30 TWICE!),...

In GEAR » Head Lamp for Camp - Some night hiking
October 31, 1:19am

EE quilts
Cool! Looks like I'm going to get even a bit lighter quilt :) Now, I have updated the weights and custom orders indicators. As for the fill weight, there was no change, so is it a different fa...

In GEAR » Quilts, compared
August 08, 3:27pm

EE quilts
Tim, First of all, thank you for your valuable comments. Enlightened Equipment quilts are one of best ones and are much respected (I personally want to order one as my next quilt for upcoming wi...

In GEAR » Quilts, compared
August 08, 2:55pm

Missing quilts
Hi my fellow backpackers, Thank you for checking out the comparison. I'll do my best to include missing quilts in the tables. I'll contact manufacturers and will post their results (many...

In GEAR » Quilts, compared
August 07, 2:19pm

All Reader Reviews by Gregory Stein

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Fire Maple FMS-118
1) Overview: It's a lightest remote canister stove with wide bur...

In Stoves - Canister
May 28, 4:24pm