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Re: In defense of Soto - n-butane Vs Isobutane
Ian, You might be onto something. n-butane - boiling point -1-1 °C, 272-274 K, 30-34 °F Isobutane - boiling point -13--9 °C, 260-264 K, 8-16 °F (used in most commercial canisters) Ji...

In GEAR » Soto Microregulator vs. Monatauk Gnat in Cold Wx
February 18, 4:55pm

Re: So what does the pressure regulator do?
Mark, This is why I like these discussions. You learn a lot. Now, I'm not going to get a new stove because the Soto - according to Jim's test isn't any better then another stove in c...

In GEAR » Soto Microregulator vs. Monatauk Gnat in Cold Wx
February 18, 8:06am

Re: Re: Soto
Steven, Thanks for pointing out what they were regulating in that video - the pressure. I did watch Jim's video. I understand the variables in the stove testing - altitude, fuel, wind te...

In GEAR » Soto Microregulator vs. Monatauk Gnat in Cold Wx
February 17, 4:17am

Soto
I always enjoy this info. I have a Soto (got the windscreen too for the hell of it) and a Brunton Raptor stove. If I'm expecting cold weather I take the Soto and a fresh canister. The Rapt...

In GEAR » Soto Microregulator vs. Monatauk Gnat in Cold Wx
February 16, 6:51pm

Re: Great info.
I use a soft shell for hiking 14ers in winter. It is all about the layering. Stop by 14ers.com and you will get the same response. I use a Golite softshell, UnderArmor cold wheather, base laye...

In GEAR » Soft-Shells for Cold Weather Hiking?
February 05, 8:04pm

Re: Another MYOG Trek Pole thread - 3.3oz per
Where are the straps? How do you avoid going up and down steep hills? They don't look adjustable.

In Make Your Own Gear » Another MYOG Trek Pole thread - 3.3oz per
February 05, 7:58pm

Must have layers & a system
I use a base layer glove, mid weight fleece glove and a mitt. Mitts are the way to go. http://www.underarmour.com/shop/us/en/mens-ramius-ii-mitt/pid1203334 This works for cold weather hiking a...

In GEAR » Gloves??
February 05, 1:22pm

more options
Gary - thanks for that lesson - I like those kids fruit bags. I've also found these http://www.amazon.com/10-Pack-U-Fill-Snack-Pack-Refillable/dp/B00AMHSR0Q http://www.littlegreenpouch...

In GEAR » Peanut Butter & Co.- Make your own squeeze packs?
January 23, 2:07pm

found this
Fyi, I found these. http://www.amazon.com/100-Clear-Plastic-Ziplock-Bags/dp/B006ZREJMC/ref=sr_1_12?ie=UTF8&qid=1358893982&sr=8-12&keywords=2%22+x+4%22+2+mil+Ziplock+Bags They might...

In GEAR » Peanut Butter & Co.- Make your own squeeze packs?
January 23, 10:04am

Re: Re: Peanut Butter & Co.- Make your own squeeze packs?
I've researched those. A bit too big for my needs. Also, some have complained that with some foods, the tubes leak and the clip comes off.

In GEAR » Peanut Butter & Co.- Make your own squeeze packs?
January 23, 10:01am

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