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Re: Snowclaw
>> Also snowclaw used to make a metal version, which someone might have and be wiling to part with. Andy, I have an Al Snowclaw (11.5 oz) that you're welcome to borrow for your trip if...

In Gear Lists » Alaska-Yukon Expedition: 4,700 miles and 7 months; start in 4 weeks
February 17, 2:24pm

Re: Alaska-Yukon Expedition: 4,700 miles and 7 months; start in 4 weeks
Hi Andy- Good luck on your next adventure. I combed through your gear list on your website and (humbly) offer the following suggestions: VBL Jacket -- consider an RBH Lightning Bug Jacket. ...

In Gear Lists » Alaska-Yukon Expedition: 4,700 miles and 7 months; start in 4 weeks
February 16, 6:16pm

Re: ACR Subscription Details "I'm OK"
I agree with Devin. The ACR looks like a nice step in the right direction, but the expensive proprietary battery (not to mention the 9-oz weight) means it's not gonna be in my pack this year. ...

In GEAR » spot2 recall program
January 24, 11:07am

Re: Re: 113g Inverted canister stove
Roger wrote: >>Chinese stove, from BuLin. Not Kovea. With those legs sitting directly in the flame like that, I'd worry about CO emissions. What do you think, Roger?

In Make Your Own Gear » 113g Inverted canister stove
January 20, 6:56pm

Re: I'll take it
Thanks, Dale. PM sent.

In Gear Swap » FS: Hennessy Hammock UltraLite Backpacker A-Sym
January 12, 2:39pm

FS: Hennessy Hammock UltraLite Backpacker A-Sym
The hammock is still available and needs a new home. :)

In Gear Swap » FS: Hennessy Hammock UltraLite Backpacker A-Sym
January 12, 12:06pm

Re: Tarptent Sublite Tent Review
Cool! Thanks. The snow baskets on my poles are very hard to remove, but it looks like it should work just fine. :) -Mike

In Editor's Roundtable » Tarptent Sublite Tent Review
January 11, 11:54am

Re: Tarptent Sublite Tent Review
To anyone who has experience with the SubLite, I have a question: How does it work with baskets on the trekking poles? Do the baskets get in the way of the apex attachment? Do they need to be ...

In Editor's Roundtable » Tarptent Sublite Tent Review
January 10, 9:20pm

Re: Paypal fees
You can specify in your ad that payment should be by PayPal Non-Credit Card "Personal Transfer". If buyer wants to fund the PayPal transaction with a credit card or make a PayPal "P...

In Philosophy & Technique » Paypal fees
January 10, 11:29am

FS: Hennessy Hammock UltraLite Backpacker A-Sym (sold)
I have a HH UltraLite Backpacker A-Sym hammock, complete with stuff sack and "tree huggers". It's in excellent, nearly-new condition. I find that I just don't use it and am clear...

In Gear Swap » FS: Hennessy Hammock UltraLite Backpacker A-Sym
January 08, 1:28pm

All Reader Reviews by Michael Martin

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Backpacking Light Ti Esbit stove
If you just bend the arms up slightly, it will support a Heineken Pot cleanly.

In Stoves - Other
May 26, 3:06pm