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Re: Exped UL7 MW
I have posted on this before, and continue to wonder whether the Exped mats are more comfortable. I have +75 nights on my Downmat UL7. I find it very comfortable. I did pick up a Synmat with my ...

In GEAR » Relenting on NeoAir XLITE
July 17, 5:44am

A bit off topic
I'm planning to order a Ti-Tri Sidewinder with Starlyte burner and a 900 ml Evernew wide pot. This will be my first alcohol stove, and I'm excited to use it on the JMT this August. Is it ...

In GEAR » update on alky stoves on the JMT
July 15, 7:33pm

Patagonia Nano-Air
I see the new Nano-Air hoody and jacket are available on the Patagonia website. The company claims this jacket has equivalent warmth to their Nano Puff but with a very breathable 40 CFM. Patagoni...

In GEAR » Patagonia Nano-Air
July 14, 3:32pm

Caldera Cone and Snow Peak pots
Hello. My current cook set up is a Snow Peak Ti Mini solo (narrow/tall) pot with a giga power stove. Works well enough but I'm exploring alternatives because I'd like to move away from ca...

In GEAR » Caldera Cone and Snow Peak pots
June 07, 4:12pm

Nano Puff Hybrid
Is anyone using the Patagonia Nano Puff Hybrid (part nano puff, part R2 fleece)? It may be one of those jackets that is too much of a compromise... not particularly warm but also not breathable to...

In GEAR » Nano Puff Hybrid
January 22, 10:24am

Battery Recharging Solutions
Hello. I'm planning for an 8 week trip through Patagonia later this month. I will carry an iPad mini as a luxury item. After researching solar panels here, it seems like I may be better off ...

In GEAR » Battery Recharging Solutions
January 03, 6:45pm

Re: General suggestions
Thanks for all of the feedback. I plan to use the binoculars (or perhaps monoculars, though I'll heed the cautions) for wildlife viewing, $150 sounds like a lot, so the $500 models are out of...

In GEAR » UL binoculars
January 03, 5:17pm

UL binoculars
Hello. I found this old thread on UL binoculars. Any new tech in this area? Would love to find a good lightweight pair without breaking the bank. Dare I say the "Tarptent" of binocula...

In GEAR » UL binoculars
January 03, 10:09am

Grip?
I bought a pair over the summer and have used them on about 20 days of hikes. Love the fit, but I feel the grip is terrible compared to my Vibram Spyridons. I'm considering writing NB support...

In GEAR » New Balance MT10v2
January 03, 10:00am

Alpine Houdini
I see that Patagonia now shows availability of the new Alpine Houdini featuring a "highly water-resistant woven nylon shell, with laminate membrane and DWR finish [that] holds a 10,000 mm wate...

In GEAR » Alpine Houdini
January 03, 9:57am

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