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Craig Burton (MissingUtah) - BPL Guest

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Re: MLD DuoMid Pics (yellow)
Nice! I just ordered the sharkskin grey sil like an hour ago. Can't wait to get it. It's even bigger than I imagined. I see you are using the pole jack. Have you tried it yet by atta...

In GEAR » MLD DuoMid Pics (yellow)
December 08, 4:48pm

Re: Prophet 2009.

In GEAR » Prophet 2009.
December 08, 1:14pm

Re: Winter hydration techniques
If the highs are still above freezing for the majority of the day, your standard water sources; streams, ponds, lakes, rivers, and possibly springs should all be fine. I tend to not carry tubing...

In GEAR » Winter hydration techniques
December 07, 9:56pm

Re: WTB: Arc Alpinist
Nunatek currently has one on clearance for $379 ready to fill. Not much of a discount, but I suppose it's better than waiting around for months for one to arrive.

In Gear Swap » WTB: Arc Alpinist
December 05, 3:31pm

Re: 4 Season Tarp?
I'm in the process of ordering a MLD DuoMid for 4-season use. My theory is that I can use it as a fully-enclosed shelter for severe nights, or I can give it a high-pitch with the doors rolled ...

In GEAR » 4 Season Tarp?
December 03, 2:35pm

Re: You need a dog bite kit first
Certainly other specified includes larger attacks. I read a sign in a GTNP campground earlier this year saying double-digit bear fatalities are reported in the Greater Yellowstone area... for some...

In GEAR » VOTE: Snakebite Kit (Take it / Leave it)
December 02, 5:51pm

Re: VOTE: Snakebite Kit (Take it / Leave it)
Personally, my choice would be to not bring the kit. My research has given me peace of mind that a USA venomous snake bite on a healthy adult should not be feared as an imminent-death situation. ...

In GEAR » VOTE: Snakebite Kit (Take it / Leave it)
December 02, 4:06pm

Re: Hiking Pants: Convertible, Capris, Running Pants, MYOG...?
A few months ago I contemplated the same thing as you when looking to replace a pair of REI Saharas I didn't care for; but I picked up a another pair of convertibles on a whim and I have been s...

In GEAR » Hiking Pants: Convertible, Capris, Running Pants, MYOG...?
December 02, 3:39pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Manual
Now that you mention it, I have found the weather forecast to be quite accurate in nearly all circumstances (haven't used it in the Colorado Rockies, but I found the forecast to be accurate in ...

In GEAR » Calibrating High Gear Summit compass
November 30, 6:00pm

Re: Re: Manual
It will be easy; but you better get used to doing it if you want an accurate reading. I own the same watch, and I find it to be terribly inaccurate -- even shortly after calibrating it, 500-1000 f...

In GEAR » Calibrating High Gear Summit compass
November 30, 4:30pm

All Reader Reviews by Craig Burton

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Pro Lite Gear customer service
Normally I don't do company reviews, but I have just now been impressed by a record processing time by Pro Lite Gear. I've been exposed to pick-and-pack warehousing during my career; and I ...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
December 17, 4:36pm