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Re: No Air pad for where you are going
Below freezing I combine a Therm-A-Rest Z-lite and an Exped Synmat UL7, above freezing I use just one. I prefer the synmat for comfort, but in places with sharp plants and rocks I worry about punc...

In GEAR » Sleeping Pad
May 18, 3:18pm

Re: Giant Asian Hornet
Here you go!

In GEAR » Sawyer Extractor Snake Bite Kit - Still Relevant?
May 16, 7:46pm

Re: Re: Re: Wrist GPS with digital mapping
Personally I I'd be quite happy using the Foretrex models alongside a paper map, although you may find entering waypoints a bit tedious as they only have about 4 buttons for entering data. T...

In GEAR » Wrist GPS with digital mapping
May 16, 5:15pm

Re: Re: Re: directly to chaff - why?
"2nd amendment fetish" Eh, that particular epithet used regularly enough that I think it's worth a bit of self-reflection on whether it's an appropriate comment, or just an eas...

In Philosophy & Technique » Rational Solo Fear
May 16, 3:56pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Sawyer-point-zerotwo-bucket-purifier-assembly-kit
You have a bag of "dirty" water above, a bag for the "clean water" below, and the filter connecting them. You can squeeze the top bag (thus the name "Squeeze") or jus...

May 16, 2:39pm

Re: steripen
Practically speaking, it's going to be hard to find a lightweight filter that handles virii. It's quicker and easier to use a very simple filter to get the larger particles, then let UV or...

May 16, 2:28pm

Yes, it does. My own preference is the Steripen, especially since you can even use it in a restaurant if you don't trust the water and they're all out of beer. Just carry a backup.

May 16, 1:29pm

Re: Re: ?
OutdoorGearLab started out as the gear review section of Supertopo, a California-oriented climbing forum. Chris McNamara (who runs both) gets plenty of time outdoors, and based on that and the rev...

In On the Web » Gear reviews and comparisons' online websites
May 16, 1:23pm

Your stove meets most of those requirements. The only downside is having to wait for the water to cool after you boil it. You may want to use a simple filter (bandanna? coffee filter? etc.) to cl...

May 16, 1:13pm

Re: Contradictions
The "heart level" bit is just to strike a balance between reducing swelling (as traditionally one would elevate the limb) and reducing the spread of the venom (keeping it below heart leve...

In GEAR » Sawyer Extractor Snake Bite Kit - Still Relevant?
May 15, 8:18pm

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