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Bradley Attaway (AttaboyBrad) - BPL Forum Member

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About Me Born laughing with reckless abandon.

Moved boats, rode motorcycles, beat hard country, sang victory, took photos.

Suffered no fools alive.

Currently working on a punchline to die for.

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All Forum Posts by Bradley Attaway

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HH++
The HH is a great all-in-one product to start with, and a superb value over the WBBB (WBBB is a great product too, but just too expensive for the few advantages it offers). Eventually, replace the...

In GEAR » Hammock for NH white mountains direttissima 2013 HH Hyperlight vs WBBB???
April 07, 11:21am

Sierra Stealth
I've had the Sierra Stealth for a bit over a year and I've been very happy with it. It was one of my first UL purchases and it's a great value, though I wish they offered a lighter fac...

In GEAR » Enlightened Equipment vs Jacks R Better - advice please
April 02, 4:04pm

6'5" and 240lb Rower
Jolly Green Giant's ultralight blog covers many options you might look into, he's bigger than either of us and constantly trying new products from the cutting edge. Luckily for you (an...

In GEAR » Ultralight Clothing/Gear for the very tall person
April 02, 11:04am

Just use your pack liner?
I haven't tried it yet, but I see no reason why my plastic pack liner couldn't work nearly as well as these pump sacks by cinching the top of the inflated pack liner around the pad nozzle w...

In GEAR » XTherm: use the included pump sack or lungs?
March 31, 5:50pm

SUL
Sub-5 base pack weight. The 8 lbs listed by OP includes food/water and presumably gas.

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » My 1st SUL trip
March 20, 3:05pm

GG
I think the better comparison would be between the Burn and the Kumo. You'll have the added durability of GGs ultralight Dyneema all around the pack instead of just the bottom and top flap lik...

In GEAR » MLD Burn or GG Murmur
March 20, 11:38am

Ueli
Jerry's solution is similar to that seen on Ueli Steck in Mountain Hardwear's Mtn. Speed 32 sleeping bag development video. Ueli uses the 32F rated bag in conjunction with his alpine suit ...

In GEAR » Q: Guidelines for sleep gear
March 15, 11:18pm

Interested
I'm quite interested if you end up going on the latter date. A ride from SF would be appreciated if anybody's leaving from the Bay Area, but I'll find a way to the trailhead either way.

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » Sierra Snowshoe :: Feb 2013
January 24, 11:38am

Thin CCF
A small patch of 1/8" evazote between pillow and pad will do the trick. Should weigh only a few grams. Works basically like non-stick drawer and rug liners.

In GEAR » how do you stop pillow sliding off sleeping mat
January 10, 5:25pm

Quilt outside
I don't know how you could possibly get a quilt inside a sleeping bag without massively compromising its loft. Use some small clips to attach your quilt to your sleeping bag if you find it shi...

In GEAR » Best way to combine sleeping bags/ quilts?
January 10, 2:09pm

All Reader Reviews by Bradley Attaway

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Black Diamond Trail Ergo Cork
I've used these poles for nearly a year now and am smitten. For less than a Benjamin you've got a fantastically reliable and ergonomic pole that weighs only 2-3 ounces more than the majority ...

In Trekking Poles
June 29, 9:42am