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Water Repellent Down, One Year In, ZPacks quilts.
We have 2 double quilts, a 20 degree with water-repellent down and a 40 degree with standard down. The 20 degree has 29 nights on it and the 40 degree has 16 nights. We usually sleep with an open...

In GEAR » Water Repellent Down, One Year In
January 15, 11:35pm

Re: Claustrophobia, quilt owners’ secret shame?
Yep. Used to use a bag, read about quilts and thought, that's for me. I find quilts much more comfortable.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Claustrophobia, quilt owners’ secret shame?
January 15, 11:24pm

Re: Re: Re: Packs
Mitchell, I'm afraid I can't agree. Although I can tolerate some weight on my shoulders (and I do think people vary very much on this point), I much prefer to have it on my hips. However, I...

In GEAR » What Dan McHale has to say about UL backpacks
January 13, 10:44am

Frameless packs can transfer weight to the hips
This conversation seems to be being conducted as if there is a dichotomy between framed packs which transfer weight to the hips and frameless packs which put all the weight on the shoulders. This i...

In GEAR » What Dan McHale has to say about UL backpacks
January 12, 9:22am

Re: sold?
Hi Richard, thanks for the bump;) Actually, the tent is sold.

In Gear Swap » FS ZPacks Hexamid Long
January 08, 10:02am

Re: Re: Chasing breathability an exercise in futility?
Jerry, I've never owned a jacket with pit zips so please forgive me if this question is ignorant. Isn't the idea of pit zips that you can have them open while it's actually raining (unl...

In GEAR » Chasing breathability an exercise in futility?
January 06, 10:15am

Re: Italy/Turkey/etc. hiking in April or May?
The Lycian Way is good in April. There will probably be some snow on the higher sections (above 1,600m or so), but nothing that should make it unwalkable. Late May is getting hot for the lowest sec...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Italy/Turkey/etc. hiking in April or May?
January 05, 1:15pm

Re: Thanks, and a few more
I'm really liking these photos too, Katharina, but I'm glad we don't get mountain lions where we hike!

In Photography » Got my mountain lion pictures!!! I did it!!
January 04, 8:10am

Re: alky stove for narrower pot
+1 on the Starlyte. Standard if you want it to be a bit faster, modified if you prioritise efficiency.

In GEAR » alky stove for narrower pot
January 04, 8:08am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: FS ZPacks Hexamid Long
Yes, Jari, thanks and replied to. Working today so online time is limited.

In Gear Swap » FS ZPacks Hexamid Long
December 30, 2:46am

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