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Marco A. Sánchez (marcoasn) - BPL Guest

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Re: Shoulder Strap Edging
Some webbing comes with a central “channel” which simplifies applying it along edges. Something like this braid (

In Make Your Own Gear » Shoulder Strap Edging
December 01, 11:06am

Well… they only provide vague sentences without any actual data. Perhaps, the best one is “In fact, it is guaranteed to outlast the fabric in which it is used!” After all, GORE-TEX is ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Interesting sewing readings
December 01, 10:57am

Re: Interesting sewing readings
Yep, very good stuff... I use both. However, I can not find them locally. Not mass market products, I suppose.

In Make Your Own Gear » Interesting sewing readings
December 01, 2:51am

Re: After extensions - is it still a quilt???
I definitely think you should try the concept of a "hooded" quilt (similar to that described by Roger Caffin in this site or the Ray-Way Quilt gorget). After years of using a conventio...

In Make Your Own Gear » My New Quilt
November 30, 9:59am

Interesting sewing readings
Although many of the tips have already been discussed in the forums, it is worth reading some of these documents: In particular: Pr...

In Make Your Own Gear » Interesting sewing readings
November 30, 9:33am

Re: Invert?
>I'm just curious as to why you don't invert the beanie so that the seam and seam allowance is hidden? Comfort vs aesthetics?

In Editor's Roundtable » MYOG Fleece Headgear
November 15, 5:53am

Re: Hand Sanitizers
Interesting article. As noted, most stomach illnesses are caused by poor hand hygiene. Oh! and just in time to boost sales of the Adventure Medical Kits hand sanitizer featured in the Shop :-)

In Editor's Roundtable » Hand Sanitizers: My Journey Towards Discovering Best Practices for Wilderness Hygiene
September 01, 10:23am

Re: Stealth Nano Guyline length recommendations
Considering the advantages of having long guys available for when you need them, and the microscopic weight the string represents, why cut them short? +1 But if I use the tensioners, it's...

In Make Your Own Gear » Stealth Nano Guyline length recommendations
July 30, 3:28am

Re: Monataik Gnat
I just ordered one to give it a shot! And very competitive shipping cost to Europe (only $8)

In Gear Deals » Monatauk Gnat
July 30, 1:41am

Re: Cuben Spinnaker
We are one of the few lofts in the world that builds these, and we've built many. Construction is simpler then you think. I will try to cover all steps of production in a simple way. That wo...

In Make Your Own Gear » Cuben Fiber Meet My Tensometer!
July 21, 6:10am

All Reader Reviews by Marco A. Sánchez

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Leki Ultralight Ti
At 213 g / 7,5 oz per pole (measured, without trekking basket), the Leki Ultralite Ti are a reasonably lightweight choice when you need adjustable poles that can handle real abuse in the backcountry. ...

In Trekking Poles
September 16, 9:59am

Black Diamond Raven Ultra Ice Axe
Let’s face it: for non technical routes a light axe and a trekking pole usually are the best combination. However, aluminum headed axes deform with even light use, so if you expect some REAL use of th...

In Climbing Gear & Accessories
September 15, 5:27am