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Pamela Wyant (RiverRunner) - BPL Professional Member

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All Forum Posts by Pamela Wyant

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Cuffs on Montbell U.L. Thermawrap Parka
The cuffs are quite stretchy, and I've comfortably worn mine with 2 base layers. I found a Women's XL in the Thermawrap U.L. Parka roughly equivalent to a Men's Large in the U.L. Dow...

In GEAR » Will cuffs on new Montbell U.L. Thermawrap Parka still fit over base/mid/shell? W's sizing
February 11, 8:24pm

Re: durability
I don't find handi-wipes very durable. I use them in my kitchen set to wipe the pot clean and to cushion my little Esbit stove and lighter and keep them from rattling around. About 3 weekend ...

In GEAR » MSR Nano
February 10, 10:27pm

Re: Cuban Fiber underwear
Yeah, I have a serious problem. Wondered how those CF underwear would breath. Rashes might be horrendous. ;^)

In GEAR » Cuban Fiber underwear
February 10, 10:18pm

Oil instead of lid
This might work well for thru hikers who have to worry about weight loss on a long trip. The extra calories from the oil would be a slight help. I've read many of them start carrying extra oi...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Oil instead of lid?
February 09, 8:22pm

re: Day trip emergency gear suggestions
I probably would not have the GG nightlite torso pad or the tarp with me, and possibly not the insulated jacket if I were on a warm weather trip - which the 45-50 nightime temperature suggests. ...

In GEAR » Day trip emergency gear suggestions?
February 08, 3:38pm

Re: Day trip emergency gear suggestions?
First aid kit with pain meds bandana to cut strips for splinting ankle Gossamer Gear nightlite torso pad (serve as sit pad during day) light weight tarp trekking poles rain jacket/pants light...

In GEAR » Day trip emergency gear suggestions?
February 08, 3:05pm

RE: Synthetic or Down Bag versus Washing
The down bag will keep its loft better, but requires a lot more care in washing or drying to avoid damaging baffles and fabric due to the weight of the wet down. If the scouts or their parents wil...

In GEAR » Synthetic or Down Bag versus Washing
February 08, 2:34pm

Favorite Wool Company
Icebreaker. Their stuff feels softer to me than Smartwool, and they offer a nice variety. The BPL pants I bought are nice, but so thin I worry about durability and feel I need to treat them VER...

In GEAR » Favorite Wool Company?
February 06, 1:09am

Jetboil performance claim: Roger Caffin calling me out!"
I don't think there is any doubt that the JetBoil PCS setup is slick. I like the way the cup/pot connects to the stove and in turn to the fuel canister, and no worry about the pot full of hot ...

In GEAR » Jetboil performance claim: Roger Caffin calling me out!
February 06, 12:48am

RE: Coolest Ever
Gee that's tough to choose just one. It's gear = it's cool. :^) If I'm only allowed one choice, I choose my Hennessy Hammock. I get the most comfortable night's sleep, hav...

In GEAR » Coolest Ever
January 31, 10:14pm

All Reader Reviews by Pamela Wyant

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Photon Freedom Micro (White)
Santa brought me one of these for Christmas, and it has quickly become my favorite light. For it's weight it's amazingly bright. I used it to night hike a half mile or so last weekend. Th...

In Lights - Flashlights & Headlamps
February 05, 1:35am