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Re: Re: MYOG SUL Quilt
mad777- Does thru hiker have a good selction of snaps, cord, cordlocks, etc.? What did you use Momentum taffeta liner w/ Momentum shell?

In Make Your Own Gear » MYOG SUL Quilt
May 25, 7:50am

Re: Re: Re: MYOG SUL Quilt
Thanks, the cuben is a good idea, but it could stand the chance of limiting some breathing. The design that i'm planning to use is a very simple one, modeled after my Nunatak ARC Ghost. 46&qu...

In Make Your Own Gear » MYOG SUL Quilt
May 25, 7:45am

MYOG SUL Quilt
I'm trying to find the lightest possible shell and liner fabrics, for a SUL quilt that is to be used with a bivy exclusivily, so no rain spray protection is needed. The lightest fabric I have ...

In Make Your Own Gear » MYOG SUL Quilt
May 24, 2:41pm

Quilt Pattern
Does anyone have a pattern for a ARC style quilt? I have a Nuntak ARC Ghost, and I would like to make some of my own quilts with the same cut, but out of Climashield insulation. Thanks.

In Make Your Own Gear » Quilt Pattern
May 21, 6:11pm

Re: Re: Big Sur
How many miles is it to go in and out to the hot springs from the state park?

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » Big Sur
April 01, 9:42pm

Big Sur
Can anyone recommend a route in Big Sur? I'm going up for a week of car camping, and would like to do a quick overnighter on the trail before the rest of my group arrives.

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » Big Sur
April 01, 8:43pm

Caldera Cone Wood Cooking
Great Article. I have been using a Caldera Cone system for a while now, and love it. I just purchased my second one, which is a 2 qt titanium model, with a alum. AGG pot. I used it on a winter t...

In Editor's Roundtable » Reducing Winter Pack Weight: Wood Fire Cooking in the Snow
March 26, 8:41am

Re: Yo-yo or Loop?
We only did a few miles on the Rincon Trail. I'll PM you my trail map. I did a trip to Monache last November, and it was dry then too.

In Post-Trip Reports » Kern River Area Trip Report (Southern Sierra, CA, USA)
March 20, 10:22am

Re: Kern River Area Trip Report
No way!

In Post-Trip Reports » Kern River Area Trip Report (Southern Sierra, CA, USA)
March 20, 10:12am

Re: Re: The Kern
Balck Diamond Megalight. It makes a great 4 season shelter, although i couldn't see using it with 4 people as it claims to be a 4 person shelter.

In Post-Trip Reports » Kern River Area Trip Report (Southern Sierra, CA, USA)
March 19, 10:07am

All Reader Reviews by Shawn Taylor

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GoLite Wisp
The Golite Wisp Shirt is in my top 5 favorite pieces of gear. It is one of the lightest wind shirts available. I use this shirt in summer trips where temps don't drop below 50, and I have used o...

In Clothing - Wind & Soft Shell
July 02, 2:38pm

Backpacking Light Ti Esbit stove
I love this stove for use with pots 20 fl. oz. and under. It supports most pots well. My favorite cook system, when I'm cooking only for myself, is- The Esbit wing, 600ml Evernew mug, homemade a...

In Stoves - Other
July 02, 2:25pm

Gossamer Gear G6 Whisper
I have to give this pack a 5 because of the weight (4oz). I will however give it some constructive criticism- I would prefer a wrapping front pocket, which comes around to the sides, and provides ...

In Backpacks - Frameless
July 02, 12:15pm

Light My Fire Spork
Mine broke too. The 3 in 1 design is nice, but it breaks easily and does not fit in most cook pots. The folding Ti-Spork is much better.

In Cookware - Other
March 08, 4:09pm