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ULA Circuit with cuben hydrid fabric.
Just had this backpack shipped by the fine gentlemen at ULA and I'm pretty damn excited. The pack body fabric is the same Zpacks uses for their Exo backpack—1.43 oz/sqyd cuben fiber with a pr...

In GEAR » ULA Circuit with cuben hydrid fabric.
November 14, 3:17pm

Oregon Winter
I'm not sure what kind of winter you're talking about in Oregon. Are you talking about low elevation Columbia Gorge backpacking in the rain, or winter backpacking in eastern Oregon on 10...

In Gear Lists » Oregon Winter Gearlist
November 10, 8:49am

WTB - HMG Porter or Expedition
Size large, hopefully with hip belt pockets!

In Gear Swap » WTB - HMG Porter or Expedition
November 05, 10:33pm

Re: Re: HMG Porter vs ULA Ohm volumes?
Perfect! Thanks Clayton. Expedition it is!

In GEAR » HMG Porter vs ULA Ohm volumes?
November 05, 6:07pm

Re: Re: HMG Porter vs ULA Ohm volumes?
Thanks for the resources Greg. Your numbers actually pretty accurately reflect the numbers listed on ULA's website here. The additional 1400ci comes from the back mesh pocket and side pockets. ...

In GEAR » HMG Porter vs ULA Ohm volumes?
November 05, 4:25pm

HMG Porter vs ULA Ohm volumes?
I currently own an Ohm. I use it for summer and winter backpacking. In the winter, I have it packed full with Hok skis and a shovel strapped to the outside—hardly perfect. I'm just about to o...

In GEAR » HMG Porter vs ULA Ohm volumes?
November 05, 3:23pm

Dietary Supplementation
This is one of the few areas in which the more "sciencey" the food, the better. Compared to previous generations, even the most conditioned of us are relatively unconditioned for the tria...

In Philosophy & Technique » Leg Cramps
October 28, 12:16pm

Mission Workshop
I'd suggest checking out Mission Workshop backpacks. Their designs are really smart, well built, and (most importantly) stylish. I bike commute daily with the Rambler as my every day backpack....

In GEAR » Suggest a backpack
September 27, 9:15am

I have the X100 and it is wonderful. As someone who's owned a Canon 30D, T1i, T2i, used a 5D Mark II extensively, I really really love it. I like the constraint of a lack of zoom and find it im...

In Photography » Fuji x100 vs Oly E-M5
September 25, 2:25pm

Re: Re: Any updates
The Trailstar is one of the shining achievements of the cottage industry being a truly no-compromise, ultralight shelter. As such, it seems ludicrous that this shelter continues to go unreviewed. ...

In Editor's Roundtable » Mountain Laurel Designs TrailStar Shelter Review
August 26, 4:27pm

All Reader Reviews by Kyle Meyer

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MLD Trailstar
I've now had the Trailstar out over thirt...

In Shelters - Tarps & Floorless
January 18, 11:43am