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All Forum Posts by Donald Browning

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Kifaru Slick 0degree and NeoAir
I just completed two weeks in the Yukon using the NeoAir and a synthetic bag from Kifaru http://www.kifaru.net/slickbag.html and on the 30 degree nights I was chilly. My wet clothes were dry by ...

In GEAR » NeoAir & Winter Conditions
September 10, 3:54pm

iTouch
Does this program work with iTouch? I think it should....... Don

In GEAR » Iphone USGS topo map navigation app
August 02, 9:06pm

Steri-Pen
I've tried the Steri-Pens on and off since they came out, and I'll have to say that my conclusion (FWIW) is that I, too, don't trust them. I've been using the hyperflow for a few n...

In GEAR » Lightest water treatment/filtration
July 03, 3:01pm

similarities
No vestibule? Single wall? I give.......

In GEAR » RAB summit extreme vs MLD DuoMid
March 24, 10:52am

Go where others aren't is my goal of the trip
Off trail hiking is the only way in the backcountry O/W 47th and Broadway or some version thereof.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Others Bug Me With This in the Backcountry!
February 09, 3:54pm

Vertex5
I have a TiGoat Vertex5 with their Cylinder Ti stove.....works great. The stove is, of course, small and requires almost constant feeding, but will warm the interior. Don

In GEAR » Ti Goat stove in a 'Mid ?
January 22, 11:32am

Powermax fuel
Roger, You just cost me a case of fuel......I'd remember seeing some at the local BassPro and I got 12 at lunch. I should be good to go for about a decade or so. Thanks for the heads up, Don

In GEAR » winter stove recommendation?
January 12, 11:31am

MLD
I have the MLD tarp poles, and they are definitely more robust/rigid than the Al tent poles or fibrplex tent poles. They fit the need for me. Don

In GEAR » UL Tarp poles
December 25, 11:37am

Wilderness Electronics
Hello all, I have a couple of questions regarding an upcoming Alaska trip. Firstly, I would like to update a webpage during the trip if possible. Secondly, I would like to be able to solar rechar...

In GEAR » Wilderness Electronics
July 31, 11:12am

Been there, done that
I am no expert, but I've done similar trips, although as a hunter in both SE Alaska, NWT of Canada, and the Alaska Range and the Brooks Range. I glanced over your list and marveled at it's...

In Gear Lists » Alaska Gearlist
May 20, 10:22am

All Reader Reviews by Donald Browning

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Big Agnes Insulated Air Core Pad
The first one slowly leaked, and so did it's replacement. I've given up, as depending on this pad has left me flat on the ground several times. This is sad, because the comfort level is unmatched wh...

In Sleeping Pads - Inflatable
November 16, 5:32am