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Paul Magnanti (PaulMags) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale People's Republic of Boulder
About Me I like to hike, backpack, camp and backcountry ski every so often...
CityBoulder
StateCO
My Website URLhttp://www.pmags.com

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BDUs
I find they are too heavy for hiking (JMO), but love them for trail work. They wear well and are inexpensive. Good for all around beater clothing: Used them for autumn climbing, car camping and ev...

In Philmont » Does No Cotton mean no cotton...?
August 08, 2:52pm

Polycotton
I've been using a Poly-cotton (65/35 blend) dress shirt in one form or another for about 15 yrs now. Sun protection, dries quick and helps with bugs too. ~$5 at the thrift store

In Philmont » Does No Cotton mean no cotton...?
August 08, 11:11am

ha!
Well played Nick. Well played. :)

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » New JMT Speed Record
August 08, 9:37am

sharing experinces
THat's it..I am no longer going to share photos, trip reports or outdoor advice. That includes my family and my friends. Seems more "pure" to keep it to myself. :D Going to get ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » New JMT Speed Record
August 08, 8:14am

Miles Per Day
Oh great sages of the Internet Hiking Forums, What is the optimum MPD to hike the JMT? I'm afraid if I hike too fast, I will not be enjoying myself. I hear many people talking about sl...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » New JMT Speed Record
August 06, 8:47pm

Camp shoes
Simply because some people like them and don't mind carrying the extra weight. I don't use them. Some do. Not too much more complicated than that. :)

In GEAR » What's the purpose of camp shoes?
August 05, 7:03am

Number crunching
These numbers are great! Sure the numbers posted by many people will pan out in the real world vs a back yard test or an Excel spreadsheet, :D

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Evaluating what stoves to use for what lengths of trips
August 03, 6:00pm

All great advice
Excellent advice... I'll just emphasize try to take some weight to make the hike easier. Take a nice thick pad. Mrs Mags loves her NeoAir Take a "real" tent. I mentioned thi...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » First trip for the wife
July 30, 11:22pm

Sorry...just noticed this now
Sorry I did not reply earlier...just noticed the posts now. They key hole route is somewhat harder than knapsack col IMO, but very well marked....and busy! :) plenty of people of all abilitY lev...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Backpacking near major airports?
July 28, 10:06pm

Indian Peaks Wilderness : Pawnee Buchanan Loop
A quick overnight backpacking trip on a Front Range classic - The Pawnee-Buchanan Loop in the Indian Peaks Wilderness. I have been in the Boulder, CO area for nearly 15 years now. At this...

In Post-Trip Reports » Indian Peaks Wilderness : Pawnee Buchanan Loop
July 28, 1:31pm

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