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oookworks.com domain expired
Sean's website has gone dark. The domain expired last weekend. This also happened a year ago, and he renewed it a few days later. However, given all the bad publicity he's received since, m...

In GEAR » OookWorks - caution advised
November 12, 9:52am

4 season conditions
Ryan - if you plan to use in in the PNW then I assume you're expecting wet heavy snow at times. Freestanding has the advantage of good static snow load (better for base camp use / leaving the ...

In GEAR » BA Stringe Ridge or Slater?
November 11, 12:41pm

Prolite Gear
Are closing down. The retail space is gone already and they appear to be closing out remaining inventory. I traded emails with them a couple of weeks ago about an exchange due to a defect, and the...

In Gear Swap » FS: NEW with tags WM Megalite sleeping bag 30 degree
November 07, 6:40pm

Re: 20 Degree bag or 0 degree bag. Need opinions
Sounds like you've got some good feedback here, Heath. I'd agree with most - if you're expecting temps around 10F or dipping into the single digits, the Kodiak is going to give you tha...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » 20 Degree bag or 0 degree bag. Need opinions
November 06, 9:15pm

Re: 20 Degree bag or 0 degree bag. Need opinions
There are a few other variables to consider: shelter, site selection, and conditioning. If I remember, you said you have a Copper Spur, with mostly mesh walls. They will result in more evaporative...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » 20 Degree bag or 0 degree bag. Need opinions
November 06, 5:35pm

Lone Peak 1.5 to 2.0
Reviving this thread. I looked at a pair of Lone Peak 2.0s yesterday, and I'm on the fence about them. I have and love the 1.5s. I also have and loathe the Olympus. The 2.0s feel like a com...

In GEAR » Another shoe thread
November 06, 1:54pm

wm Flight
I'm not sure what size you're looking for, but Stephen M had a pair of these on gear swap just last week.

In GEAR » Insulated waterproof Winter hiking/mountaineering pants
November 02, 11:14am

Firstlight
Have a read of the review of the Firstlight here, and see if it'll work for your needs: http://www.outdoorgearlab.com/4-Season-Tent-Reviews/Black-Diamond-Firstlight

In GEAR » Recommendations for a $300 winter tent.
November 01, 10:53pm

Re: Insulated waterproof Winter hiking/mountaineering pants
You won't need the insulation when you're on the move, only when you get to camp or when you're stopped for a lengthy break. For winter hiking at altitude I have the Arc'Teryx Ga...

In GEAR » Insulated waterproof Winter hiking/mountaineering pants
November 01, 10:47pm

Re: Recommendations for a $300 winter tent
At or around your $300 price point, freestanding is going to be tough for a new shelter, but is doable used. If you're willing to consider non-freestanding, the world's your oyster. Fre...

In GEAR » Recommendations for a $300 winter tent.
November 01, 10:31pm

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Mountain Laurel Designs
I had to cancel an order I placed a couple of weeks ago with Ron. He was very gracious, no argument on his end or attempt to persuade me not to cancel, and my refund came through within 24 hours. To...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
March 21, 7:52am