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Justin Baker (justin_baker) - BPL Forum Member

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Re: Indie
I actually just bought an indie off of Dan, good timing. Thanks for the input!

In GEAR » ibex indie vs icebreaker oasis hoodie?
October 04, 10:00pm

Re: Down bag in SE Alaska?
Use a well ventilated shelter with good coverage. Bring a down bag warmer that you think you need to compensate for wetness. My experience is with a flat tarp but I've always been able to dr...

In GEAR » Down bag in SE Alaska?
October 04, 8:05pm

Re: FS: Ibex Indie - Hooded
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In Gear Swap » FS: Ibex Indie - Hooded
October 04, 7:04pm

Re: What is your most used piece of gear?
windshirt bugs, preventing evaporative cooling, quick warmups when chilled, sun protection after washing my hiking shirt. oh yeah, and it blocks the wind too.

In GEAR » What is your most used piece of gear?
October 04, 2:40am

Re: Trap Hills
Love the fall color!

In Post-Trip Reports » Trap Hills
October 04, 1:37am

durable bushwacking windshirt
I could use some help with this. I'm looking for a windshirt that can handle pushing through sharp manzanita and other brushyness. I love my patagonia houdini but it's not up to the task. ...

In GEAR » durable bushwacking windshirt
October 04, 1:10am

ibex indie vs icebreaker oasis hoodie?
I've been looking at hooded wool baselayers. The ibex indie and the icebreaker oasis hoodie look very similar. Anyone have experience with these? Which is the better option?

In GEAR » ibex indie vs icebreaker oasis hoodie?
October 03, 9:12pm

Re: Look at alpinists
Mitch, why would a winter alpinist carry a 1.7 liter pot? That's huge.

In Winter Hiking » UL at 0° F?
October 03, 11:31am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Desperate for dry socks?
Billy, I was 10 miles from the coast in central california. Not exactly the kind of place you expect to be kick stepping up to an icy ridge.

In Mountaineering & Alpinism » Desperate for dry socks?
October 03, 11:26am

Re: Re: Re: Desperate for dry socks?
Roger, the thin soles definitely do contribute to my feet getting cold. That's obvious when sit down and put my feet up and they immediately get warmer. But I'm talking really worn minimali...

In Mountaineering & Alpinism » Desperate for dry socks?
October 03, 1:01am

All Reader Reviews by Justin Baker

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Gregory Tarne 36
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In Backpacks - Internal Frame
August 13, 11:53am