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Re: which one of you dudes rocks the woman pack?
whatever fits

In GEAR » Marketing is Funny!
March 13, 12:36pm

hydration pocket Jam2 v Pinnacle
This thread was referenced in a thread on lightening the pinnacle and a difference in the two designs is worth noting. It seems the hydration pocket in the Jam2 has its lower seam intermingled w...

In GEAR » GoLite Jam2 Functionality Question
March 13, 12:20pm

lightening pinnacle '09(?)
(edit: to answer the op's ? I just ran the conversion to oz, and my numbers match.) Purchased men's large golite pinnacle at sale price from sunnysports in Jan. '10. I assume this me...

In GEAR » Help my modify a Golite Pinnacle
March 13, 11:25am

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In Make Your Own Gear » Silk
March 10, 4:49pm

Re: 1.3 ounce hydration pack!
Well done! Question: Usually "hydration pack" implies a hose. You show the bottleneck at the top, which would not properly feed a hose. What am I missing? Also, does the weight include...

In Make Your Own Gear » 1.3 ounce hydration pack!
March 10, 4:26pm

Re: sleep system
In my opinion you need 2 systems: -solo quilt of your choice which you can supplement with warm clothing. -dedicated "hot as hell" 2-person sleeping BAG with 2 separate neck openings le...

In GEAR » Sleep systems for solo or couples use
March 10, 1:54pm

Re: Solarweave
I hope you try it, so we can read the report. I want to build my own when I settle on a fabric. I am totally unimpressed with off the shelf warm weather hiking pants and shirts. Some have good fabr...

In Make Your Own Gear » Solarweave
March 10, 1:38pm

Re: Re: Re: Thinking of doing this too
I'd actually say to make the liner smaller than the bag (within reason). I think a large part of the warmth experienced with a liner is from keeping the feet and elbows from compressing the ins...

In Make Your Own Gear » Silk
March 10, 12:02pm

Ikea wood stove
What does the Ikea cuttlery caddy weigh? http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/30011832

In GEAR » New Vargo Hexagon Wood Stove...Opinions?
March 10, 11:52am

Re: noob needs a backpack
It would help to know volume. Even if you don't have numbers, just say ccf or inflatable pad and the temp and fill type of the bag. My wife likes her REI UL 45, but it is too small for our 6...

In GEAR » noob needs a backpack
March 10, 11:11am

All Reader Reviews by Jeremy Greene

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Littlbug Wood Burning Stove Littlbug Junior
I have some, but not enough experience with campfires and this stove seems like a good tool for me. My MYOG attempts were not satisfactory. This stove will let me dispose of my laundry lint and avoid ...

In Stoves - Other
February 09, 4:10pm

Ben's Backwoods Online Retailer
He caters more to the bushcraft market than the UL market. Good selection of Moras. Shipping cost is reasonable. When I destroyed my plastic handled Mora Triflex with poor baton technique, he let m...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
February 09, 3:37pm

Golite Pinnacle Pack
Bigger company: Found this for a good sale price and at my door in 5 days. It is visually appealing too. Impression: Haven't used it yet, but inspected and started trimming. First use will be...

In Backpacks - Frameless
January 21, 2:38pm

MSR E-Wing
Good: *Sil-nylon cat cut tarp, elongated hexagon. *Small and light. *Can purchase with REI gift cards! *Use as dining fly or windbreak for 2, awning, minimal solo shelter, etc. *MSR suitably answ...

In Shelters - Tarps & Floorless
June 13, 2:05pm

Golite Ultra 20
Limited testing so far. Hope to add. I got it 2nd hand (but unused). Even at full price it is reasonable. Good materials, design, and build. Full baffle construction going *both ways* means that do...

In Sleeping Bags - Quilts & Top Bags
January 13, 12:03pm

Allen & Mike's Really Cool Backpackin' Book 2001
Light/UL/SUL books sometimes offer instruction for fast and light travel in optimal conditions. This book is not for lightweight, but gives more universal aspects of backpacking. The text covers th...

In Books and Media
October 28, 12:38pm

Backpacking Light MiniDrop 0.35-oz Dropper Bottles (7 pack)
The good has been clearly stated. The not-so-good: -orange and red are too similar -could use a ridge on tip for easier removal and filling edit: ridge not needed. Just push 90 degrees to tip.

In Miscellaneous Products
October 21, 8:08am

Lighten Up! by Don Ladigin
Very well organized. The crucial topics are touched. Combining the illustrations with the text allows for a brief overview or an in-depth visualization. As little as 1/2 hour of skimming gives a wealt...

In Books and Media
September 13, 11:00am

Lightweight Backpacking and Camping by Ryan Jordan et al.
If you have just stumbled onto this website, I highly recommend getting offline and reading this book. It covers many (perhaps most) of the topics repeatedly discussed here. It is well organized. It m...

In Books and Media
September 12, 2:41pm

Ronald Turnbull The Book of the Bivvy. Cicerone: UK 2nd. ed. 2007
The Book of the Bivvy jumps about, but mainly covers two subjects: bivvy bags and hillwalking in the UK. Though I've found several books on hillwalking, this is currently the only book I know of f...

In Books and Media
September 12, 2:28pm