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All Forum Posts by Justin Baker

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Re: Sheltered Camp
Yes, trees are good. They break the wind considerably. I've camped under some large redwood trees in big sur during a heavy downpour. The area around our camp was pretty much dry.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Sheltered Camp
October 07, 3:40pm

Re: Supplex Jacket
No hood :(

In GEAR » durable bushwacking windshirt
October 07, 1:06pm

Re: Updated
Thanks for the report Luke. Morgan is a cool guy to hike with. He has serious backcountry cooking skills.

In Post-Trip Reports » Packrafting the South Fork of the Flathead and West Fork of Sun
October 06, 10:09pm

Re: Need better gloves, Need help finding the right pair.
If you want something very weather resistant and tough for grabbing onto things, look at the mountain hardware torsion gloves. They aren't too thick. Basically just a very light softshell glov...

In GEAR » Need better gloves, Need help finding the right pair.
October 06, 6:23pm

Re: Someone canceled their paypal payment after item was sent.
Ok, if you send something without a tracking number and the buyer disputes the claim then paypal will take the side of the buyer. When you say he canceled the payment, do you mean that he filed ...

In Gear Swap » Someone canceled their paypal payment after item was sent.
October 06, 4:50pm

Re: Re
Heath, I have no idea what the weather will be like there at that time. I am telling you that the 5 degrees or 3 degrees rule per 1,000 feet makes no sense at all in my part of the country. It&#...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Layering questions for winter hiking at altitudes above 9,500ft
October 05, 11:28pm

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Heath, in my experience driving from sea level up the sierras for backpacking, that 5 degrees per 1,000 feet rule is completely wrong. If the night time low at sea level in the central valley is 70...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Layering questions for winter hiking at altitudes above 9,500ft
October 05, 10:29pm

Re: Re: durable bushwacking windshirt
On sale at backcountry right now, I'm totally getting one. Thanks David!

In GEAR » durable bushwacking windshirt
October 05, 10:26pm

Re: Layering questions for winter hiking at altitudes above 9,500ft
Heath, I think that sleeping in a fleece sweater or down jacket instead of wearing thicker wool baselayers is a more weight efficient way of adding warmth. Carry a light midlayer for more warmth...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Layering questions for winter hiking at altitudes above 9,500ft
October 05, 9:02pm

Re: Re: durable bushwacking windshirt
Roger, MYOG would be best but I have no sewing machine, sewing skills, or time to learn. I do want to get really good at MYOG at some point. Ken, that looks like a possible option. Thanks for th...

In GEAR » durable bushwacking windshirt
October 05, 8:08pm

All Reader Reviews by Justin Baker

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Gregory Tarne 36
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In Backpacks - Internal Frame
August 13, 11:53am