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Re: Where to buy 4g Esbit?
I bought mine from Amazon. Litetrail.com used to carry them but they seem to be out, not sure if they'll offer them again. FYI, they come packaged together in the 20 tab box unlike the indivi...

In GEAR » Where to buy 4g Esbit?
July 24, 1:27pm

Re: offer choices in down
I'm with Keegan on this, you already give the option of size, width, inside/outside fabric. I don't think it would be too difficult to implement a choice of down and would be really nice t...

In GEAR » enLIGHTened equipment product changes in Sept.
July 22, 1:23pm

Re: Sawyer MINI Filter
But I just bought the squeeze! Oh man... time for another filter.

In GEAR » Sawyer MINI Filter
July 16, 1:09pm

Re: Lightest stuff sacks?
Do you own a scale and have access to a kitchen sink or shower? Put some toilet paper in your "dry bag" solution and weigh it. Do your water torture test. Dry off the outer bag and wei...

In GEAR » Lightest stuff sacks?
July 15, 8:40pm

Re: lightest weight, lowest stretch
I'm kinda in the same situation. I have a double 1.1 layer hammock which does not stretch from what I can tell. I also have a Grand Trunk Nano 7 which I think stretches way too much. I'v...

In Hammocks » lightest weight, lowest stretch
July 15, 6:40pm

Re: Lightest stuff sacks?
Why not use a Nylobarrier pack liner bag as your first step in water protection and throw all your stuff sacks in that. They're cheap, light, transparent, and waterproof. I wouldn't be ...

In GEAR » Lightest stuff sacks?
July 15, 6:37pm

Re: Is a groundsheet really necessary?
From my experience on trips in the BWCAW, we took Cliff Jacobson's advice on placing the groundsheet on the inside of our tent. If you add an additional 6" to each dimension of your shelt...

In GEAR » Is a groundsheet really necessary?
July 15, 6:29pm

Re: Emigrant Wilderness With Light Packs - Group BPL Trip
http://www.hillmap.com/m/ag1zfmhpbGxtYXAtaGRychELEghTYXZlZE1hcBjMrIMBDA Hillmap shows 26.8miles, A GPS said 30+ at the end of the day. 4,057' Elevation gain, 7,381' Elevation loss ...

In Post-Trip Reports » Emigrant Wilderness With Light Packs - Group BPL Trip
July 15, 1:59pm

Re: FS-Bearpaw Designs lair, Monbell SSDH#3, REI pants, TNF softshell, Sierra Designs softshell pants
Fixing your links 1. Bearpaw designs, Lair. silnylon w/ perimeter netting. Used on 2 trips, a total of 4 nights and I total of 40 miles. The orange lines are little dirty and I punched a small h...

In Gear Swap » FS-Bearpaw Designs lair, Monbell SSDH#3, REI pants, TNF softshell, Sierra Designs softshell pants
July 12, 11:14am

Re: Desolation Wilderness Gear Questions
The Tahoe Basin Mgmt Unit Fire Restriction Order list the following exception, "However, persons with a valid campfire Permit may use pressurized gas or contained fuel stove." I would s...

In GEAR » Desolation Wilderness Gear Questions
July 12, 11:09am

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