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Re: Re: Raven
John, I don't know if you're aware, but the Corsa is not a substitute for a mountaineering axe; rather, it is a specialized aluminum tool, good only in soft snow conditions (i.e. summer melt).

In Gear Deals » WTB: Crampons, ice axe
July 14, 10:55am

Re: Nano Puff or FA Serrano?
I live in my Atom LT when I'm in the mountains. It's similar to the Serrano with the breathable panels, making it a decent WORN insulation piece, without sacrificing much insulation while a...

In GEAR » Nano Puff or FA Serrano?
July 12, 9:18pm

Re: Patagonia Cap 2 vs. Nano Puff
Cap 2 is less warm than your average cotton t-shirt, which is to say it has almost zero insulation value. The Nano Puff is pretty durable - similar to that of your wind shirt, which you apparent...

In GEAR » Patagonia Cap 2 vs. Nano Puff
July 10, 10:35am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Lightweight Packs, with conditions....
My HMG Expedition has two stays and a soft internal framesheet.

In GEAR » Lightweight Packs, with conditions....
July 09, 6:15pm

Re: pants vs shorts vs convertibles
Pants for most of my activities. Shorts are fine for groomed trails and fair weather.

In GEAR » pants vs shorts vs convertibles
July 08, 2:18pm

Re: winter layering-lighter R1 hoody?
Rab Vapour Rise Lite will be close to what you're looking for. The NW Alpine Spider Light is a great option as well. It's like R.75 as far as warmth, IMO. The Rab Boreas is another di...

In GEAR » winter layering-lighter R1 hoody?
July 07, 10:58pm

Re: Yet more bear canister questions/discussions...
6 people, for 7 days, equals six canisters. At least one more for the two dogs. Seven canisters. This assumes you will be eating calorie dense food. If you want fruit, veggies, bread, etc., you ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Yet more bear canister questions/discussions...
July 05, 1:49pm

Re: Money To Spend!
Buy Skurka's book and read it. MYOG quilts are fine, but Enlightened Equipment makes first-quality products at just a steal of a price. A 30-35L pack will force you to go lighter. Stay...

In GEAR » Money To Spend!
July 02, 2:45pm

Re: SMD Feather vs. ZPacks Blast 22
Blast with the cuben hybrid stuff.

In GEAR » SMD Feather vs. ZPacks Blast 22
July 02, 12:36pm

Re: WTB: Tarptent Moment, Evernew .9L pot
PM sent re: Moment.

In Gear Swap » WTB: Tarptent Moment, Evernew .9L pot
June 27, 12:41pm

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