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Bradford Rogers (Mocs123) - BPL Lifetime Member

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My PDF Gear ListPecos Wilderness Late May 2015

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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Gates of the Artic National Park Alaska - Late August
The McHale wasn't big enough for a Bearikade Expedition and my other associated gear so I am now looking at other packs. I am trying out an Exped Lightning 60 at 36.3oz and a Paradox Unaweep 4...

In Gear Lists » Gates of the Artic National Park Alaska - August
June 26, 4:57pm

Re: Apology
My advice would be to go on a guided trip like one offered by BPL or Andrew Skurka. They could really teach you on a week long trip. Navigating below treeline is trickier.

In Pre-Trip Planning » Off Trail Route Planing
June 26, 6:01am

Re: 100wt fleece options on the cheap
I have the Lands End Polartec 100wt fleece pullover and it is 8.8oz for a Mens Medium. It has a 1/4zip though. I also have some lands end 100wt fleece gloves, beanie, and balaclava. It's ...

In GEAR » 100wt fleece options on the cheap
June 25, 1:32pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Gates of the Artic National Park Alaska - Late August
Question on stakes: I am planning on using the 6" blue tubular Easton's. I also have 4 of the 9" gold Easton's that I can use for the corners if needed. Are the clue Easton&#...

In Gear Lists » Gates of the Artic National Park Alaska - August
June 25, 1:28pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Gates of the Artic National Park Alaska - Late August
Updated gear list

In Gear Lists » Gates of the Artic National Park Alaska - August
June 25, 1:25pm

Re: Question
Yes they do. I think they are $60 though. You can check them out on seek outsides website.

In Gear Swap » FS: Seek Outside Unaweep 3900 New
June 24, 9:26am

Re: flash pocket
2.5oz seems too good to be true. I am looking into other water bottle pockets for the Lightning and may use the pockets from my McHale (which are excellent) adding 3oz to the pack. I might ...

In GEAR » Paradox Unaweep vs. Exped Lightning 60
June 24, 9:24am

Re: Re: Re: Six Packraft Loops in the Bob Marshall Wilderness
Thanks for your help, it helps me verify what I need to get started. Is fall/winter the best time to pick up a used raft/paddle at a decent price? I assume demand is highest in spring and summer.

In Editor's Roundtable » Six Packraft Loops in the Bob Marshall Wilderness
June 23, 9:55am

Re: Six Packraft Loops in the Bob Marshall Wilderness
Dave - Your article has inspired me to look into one of your loops in the Bob for my 2016 trip out west. (I already went to New Mexico last month and am going to Alaska later this year - so my va...

In Editor's Roundtable » Six Packraft Loops in the Bob Marshall Wilderness
June 22, 2:26pm

Re: water bottle holders
The hipbelt of the Lightning is contoured and has a lumbar pad. The Unaweep is a full wrap around with no lumbar pad. The Unaweep has a four point adjustment that spreads the load out between the...

In GEAR » Paradox Unaweep vs. Exped Lightning 60
June 21, 8:30pm

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