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re Heyson Trail
Adam, you may find a narrower necked bottles more difficult to ‘physical’ water with before you treat it with your favourite potion. Eg. When you come across a pool of water that galahs, walla...

In GEAR » McHale Packs and Shoulder Hydration
August 10, 6:14am

re Marmot Hydrogen
A vote for the Marmot Hydrogen. I also was concerned about the zip. The fears were not realised. It is still easy to use as a quilt in a bivy and no problem to get into and out of. When I have...

In GEAR » Marmot Hydrogen/Helium vs MontBell Hugger #3/#2
August 10, 4:06am

re harness mounted water bottles
I have been using this method for carrying 750ml bike bottles for years. Never had one come off yet. I use 3mm shockcord and sometimes a toggle, in the manner of Macpac's adventure racing packs. ...

In GEAR » McHale Packs and Shoulder Hydration
August 09, 5:33am

re SUL list...
no pain tabs?! ...and the space pen... ...where did you say you were going?! ...and what are you doing there?! ;)

In Gear Lists » 3 Season SUL, So-Cal Gear List
August 08, 12:55am

night clothes and a pillow!
Night clothes and the 2 of the new dual compartment pillows! I always have a pair of Icebreaker long johns (190g, 6.7oz) and a Zone long sleeved top (168g, 5.9oz) so that I can change out of wet/s...

In GEAR » 1 Heavy essential item you can' leave at home?
August 07, 4:56pm

Thanks very much indeed Marius and Roger - I think we are doing much bette now we have the inside info!

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Norway rain, wind and bugs any ideas?!
May 31, 4:23am

topo maps of Jutenheim
Marius, that is a whole lot of great info especially the reindeer news. We really appreciate an 'on the ground' report! One more question. We are unable to get topographic maps of Jutenheim etc...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Norway rain, wind and bugs any ideas?!
May 29, 3:07pm

Norway rain, wind and bugs any ideas?!
Hey guys, thanks for the info – just the sort of stuff I was looking for. We have decided to take the Hex 3 Nest even though it is adding a big kg to the pack – it will certainly keep my girlf...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Norway rain, wind and bugs any ideas?!
May 26, 6:35am

Norway rain, wind and bugs any ideas?!
We (myself and girlfriend) are heading over to Norway in early July for a bit of walking and I would like some ideas on shelter and clothing. If anybody has had any experience in that part of the ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Norway rain, wind and bugs any ideas?!
May 25, 7:01am

go lite in France
Casey, we have had no trouble in the Alps in France or Italy. Generally as long as you are actually in the wilderness (not near a hut etc) and don't put up the shelter till the evening and are gon...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Bivouac / Camp outside campgrounds in Europe?
May 25, 3:26am

All Reader Reviews by Dan Healy

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Fairydown 170gsm long sleeve T
As has been posted previously - 100% merino wool at 17 micron or less -rocks. soft comfortable performance that doen't smell etc... drawbacks... weight... In my size my Icebreaker 190gsm lon...

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - WOOL
October 28, 4:28am

Icebreaker Skin 200 boxer briefs
Been using IB stuff now for about 7years. The moths holes finally got to numerous on a previous pair of IB shorts - a big problem with all wool gear ya really gotta keep the camphor up to them - so I...

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - WOOL
October 19, 8:14am

FlexAir Pillow Dual Compartment Ultralight
I love this piece of luxury! I use 2 of the dual compartment types stacked on top of each other. No more finding stuff to squish together when your WB's are soaked... then having to constantly rea...

In Miscellaneous Products
August 07, 5:04pm

Vargo Titanium Nail Tent Stake
A small thing perhaps, but the Vargo Titanium Nail Tent Stake is a winner! Having one of these in with the pack of BMW Lazr Tent Stakes and you never worry about hard/stony ground again. Just make ...

In Miscellaneous Products
August 09, 3:03am

Golite Hex 3
Looking for a lightweight shelter for 2 people plus gear? Looking for a shelter that is robust enough for high winds with rain and sleet? Looking for a bit more space so you can cook and hang out in ...

In Shelters - Tarps & Floorless
August 09, 3:02am

Bozeman Mountain Works Vapr Bivy Sack
How can you not commend the BMW bivy sack?! Very waterproof, very breathable, very light and bugproof and adds a few degrees to your sleeping bag especially if there is a bit of a breeze going. The ...

In Shelters - Bivy Sacks
August 09, 2:55am

Macpac Amp 35
For the past year my self and girlfriend have been mostly using Macpac Amp 35 which is about the size of a normal 45l (approx 2700ci) pack. I normally carry a total of between 7 - 14kg (15.4lb – 30lb)...

In Backpacks - Internal Frame
August 09, 2:53am