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My exact ??!
I was asking myself that this weekend while looking at my gossamer gear. I hear of animals eating the grips, poles slipping out and poking holes. I won't try to accept that it is better. I only...

In GEAR » Could someone please explain to me ...
April 05, 11:59am

Me too
Free bump, since I have the same exact tent/problem. I was thinking that since the tent is slippery and the pad has some bite, put it on the tent in order to grab the pad, but I also figured the pa...

In GEAR » Slippery Tent Floor???
April 04, 10:40am

I never use straps. When people ask why or talk trash, I ask them if their kitchen knives at home have straps for when they carve meat, or if their steering wheel in the car has straps to prevent t...

In Philosophy & Technique » Gossamer Gear LT4's ... Strap or no strap? that is the question
April 03, 9:21am

That's easy, just invent a tent that weighs nothing, sets itself up, does not leak, made of material that you can see out, but not see in, and costs less than $25.

In Chaff » My Fantasy
April 02, 8:04pm

the one
I was looking at those tents a few weeks ago. I ordered the gossamer gear tent. It was in stock and the others have a wait. Supply and demand. I am happy with it in every way. My only beef was the ...

In GEAR » Tent Choice
April 02, 7:58pm

That's where I always store mine. I keep my sleeping bags in the dishwasher. Tents are special, though. I store them set-up in the living room. I'm making this all up, I hope.

In GEAR » Bet you have never used your sleeping pad for this!
March 29, 11:29am

I went from black diamonds to the LT3's and was shocked at the change. I never noticed the weight before but now I am hooked. My first trip using the light poles, I dropped them about 4 or 5 ti...

In GEAR » How important is the weight of trekking poles?
March 27, 4:19pm

Can you order the 130's and cut them down to 125? If you contact the company, they might be able to send you some new grips for a fair price. Then you would be sure to have what you want. You m...

In GEAR » Trekking poles - slightly too long or slightly too short
March 26, 9:35pm

We won't drop the dime on you
I haven't read any of it. I learned a while back that if a thread goes up to 100 posts really fast, then someones getting angry over some little piece of gear opinion. Hang out here for a spell...

In Chaff » Came here to hide
March 21, 12:42pm

Never needed any tools on the trail. I learned that if you don't need it to go to work today, then why would you need it to go to the trail today? Not bieng a wiseguy, that is really how I plan...

In GEAR » Do pliers belong in your kit?
March 15, 4:51pm

All Reader Reviews by chris kersten

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Category Retailer
Yeah, I have to go the other way on these guys. I ordered a jacket on clearance and they are the only ones that have it for that price. I paid for 2nd day shipping. I get an email 3 days later saying ...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
December 01, 11:17am

gossamer murmur
I am not going to hype up the good points. The GG website does a good job of showing the features. It is light and well made. I will point out the flaws that could be better. First the compression s...

In Backpacks - Frameless
April 16, 1:11pm

Marmot Atom
I'm not going to say much since this has been reviewed allready. I just want to say the bag is made with great quality and is very light. The pictures don't show how pretty the red material is...

In Sleeping Bags - Mummy & Other
May 13, 2:00pm