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Re: Re: Re: shower out on the trail
Whether using a Sea to Summit Pocket Shower or a homemade version with a platy, one small additional trick to help speed up it soaking up the warmth from the sun when out in the back country, is t...

In Philosophy & Technique » Nero day hot showers on a thru hike?
February 12, 6:11am

Broken Link to the HMG Ultramid Review :-(
As of 2-12-14, (4:45 am PST) here is the result of clicking on the featured review:

In Website & Forum Admin/Support » Broken Link to the HMG Ultramid Review :-(
February 12, 5:49am

RE: Golite Jam Mods
+1 on Andy's mods. I used many of his mods on my son's Jam 50 in preparation for Philmont last summer. Here is the search of the site on this topic: Jam Mods

In Make Your Own Gear » NEW GoLite Jam Modifications
February 11, 8:26am

Re: UL Sunglasses
At 0.3 oz per pair, SportEYZ are about the lightest you can get. They're $9.95 MSRP. The sunglasses you get from the ophthalmologist visit after they have diluted your pupils are the same ...

In GEAR » UL Sunglasses
February 11, 5:35am

RE: BPL version of Gandalf's staff
"I'd almost rather go with a replica of Gandalf's staff - at least it would be a conversation starter, thought it might seem like I was angling for a certain trail name. ;-)" M...

In GEAR » Questions from a newcomer regarding trekking poles
February 11, 5:20am

+1 on ADZPCTKO
+1, ADZPCTKO would be a great opportunity for the study to get participant thru-hikers. http://pct77.org/adz/ https://www.facebook.com/adzpctko

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » FOOT GROWTH STUDY!!!!
February 10, 6:21pm

Re: bug bivy + GG SpinnShelter
You can manage to fit two people in a GG SpinnShelter?? Impressively "cozy" ;-) anyway, for a small bug bivy that you could maybe squeeze 2 people in "cozy style": ...

In GEAR » bug bivy + GG SpinnShelter
February 10, 7:33am

Re: alternative to breadbag socks?
Along the same concept as bread bags (light on the wallet approach), but a more durable alternative to a bread bag would be to use an oven bag. If going this route, then wool socks are key to w...

In GEAR » alternative to breadbag socks?
February 09, 9:09pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Running shoes vs. Trail runners - advice needed, please.
+1 on use what you like (Running Shoes): Comfort & fit rule. Unless the sole has a slick trend design, many running shoes have a trend that is grippy (is that a word?) enough HYOH ...

In GEAR » New Balance running shoes vs. trail runners - advice needed, please.
February 09, 2:33pm

Re: Re: Re: Your first "UL" piece of gear?
The first commercial item that was branded as such, was in Sept 82: a Alpenlite pack, their "Superlight" model made out of their "Weatherlite" fabric and featuring their "...

In GEAR » Your first "UL" piece of gear?
February 09, 1:10pm

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