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Richard Nisley (richard295) - BPL Premium Member

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About Me My outdoor hobbies include hiking, mountain biking, canoeing, kayaking, snow shoeing, skiing, fishing, and hunting. I enjoy continuously refining my equipment and techniques with the emphasis on less weight and volume.
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All Forum Posts by Richard Nisley

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Aluminized Cuben – Third Time is a Charm?
We all owe a “thank you” to BPL DIY forum contributor Nathan Myerson. He is working on a project using the latest version of aluminized Cuben. He contacted me to offer a scrap, for “analysis ...

In GEAR » Aluminized Cuben – Third Time is a Charm?
March 14, 10:22pm

Re: Re: A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding
Brian, Which of your jackets are currently broadly available for new sales and what is the use-profile? Early indications are that coated windshirts increase in air permeability with use.

In GEAR » A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding.-Rev 0
March 12, 1:42pm

Black Diamond Alpine Start Hoody
This update is a result of ground work done by both Ken Larson and Woubeir (from Europe). Ken provided information regarding his discussions with Schoeller Corporate and Black Diamond Corporate abo...

In GEAR » A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding.-Rev 0
March 07, 2:08pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding
William, The answers to all of your above questions is "Yes" up to approximately 400 CFM. Furthermore, the porosity (CFM) and the associated convective permeability are more predictive...

In GEAR » A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding.-Rev 0
March 01, 7:38pm

Re: Re: A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding
Bill, Rain-proof shells have a requirement for a minimum hydrostatic head of 1,500 mm H2O; they are not required to move aerobic level moisture levels to the outside. To achieve this, the most c...

In GEAR » A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding.-Rev 0
March 01, 6:37pm

Re: z
Anthony, You said, " If I add a golite infinity framesheet to the Porter then the Porter weighs 41 oz." Do you plan on using the Golite infinity frame in addition to the HMG Porter&...

In Editor's Roundtable » Paradox Packs Evolution pack system review
March 01, 4:41pm

Re: My experience with the BD Alpine Sport Hoody
Wim, Thanks again for a very comprehensive and interesting review! You have really piqued my investigative interest.

In GEAR » A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding.-Rev 0
March 01, 2:19pm

Re: Black Diamond Alpine Start Hoody air permeability / hydrostatic head specs
It is false that, “40 CFM (cubic feet per minute) is technically 40 CFM/M2 (cubic feet per minute per meter squared)” The ASTM D737 standard on page 3 says, "11.1 Air Permeability, Indi...

In GEAR » A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding.-Rev 0
February 28, 6:08pm

Re: BD Alpine Start Hooded Jacket
Ken, Thank you for the information! Needless to say but, the CFM spec is near optimal for aerobic activities; what is the companion HH spec? Also please inquire if both of these specs are ...

In GEAR » A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding.-Rev 0
February 26, 5:42pm

WT 1.0 Mods - A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts
David, Thanks for the positive feedback. For bushwhacking in perpetually damp conditions, I have found the WT 1.0 fabric without equal. If a fabric doesn't test well for my intended purp...

In GEAR » A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding.-Rev 0
February 26, 11:37am

All Reader Reviews by Richard Nisley

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Lite my fire firesteel scout firelighter
I went back to the Midwest, this month, for a family reunion and fishing trip. I took my fire steel with me. My two nephews are 10 and 12 and they love to fish. The 12 year old asked me if I would tea...

In Cookware - Other
July 21, 1:37pm

Jetboil Personal Cooking System
My piezo failed after a couple of days. It took one second to fix it by bending down the ignitor rod to make a slightly smaller gap (1/8" smaller). I then used it in Alaska for 1 1/2 months twice a da...

In Stoves - Canister
August 25, 5:17pm