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Marmots etc
My solution to "bear canister not required - but still some chance of bear encounters, and a high probability of other critters" is the Ursack Minor. I tree hang it, which decreases th...

In GEAR » Bearikade Expedition MKII / Outsak UL / Bear Vault BV500
January 30, 3:05pm

Parka
I can't justify it just yet, but I imagine I'll be contacting you in the future at some point. I'm constantly amazed by the game-changing, boundary-pushing engineering that seems to ...

In GEAR » Ben Smith rocks. Goosefeet parka!
January 26, 2:54pm

Great
That is really very impressive. How water-resistant and down-proof is the shell? I've been reading a lot lately about the use of faux-fur (or real fur, if that's your thing) hood trim (...

In GEAR » Ben Smith rocks. Goosefeet parka!
January 26, 2:37pm

BOB
+1 on skills, and a solid plan is probably more important than whatever you have in your BOB. In emergency situations, the best chance of survivability will likely come from co-operation with ot...

In Gear Lists » What's your UL BOB List?
January 26, 2:03pm

Sealing problems
Occasional problems occur in every manufacturing process. You say you are disappointed, but it is literally impossible for a manufacturer to be perfect, and you have no evidence of neglect of any k...

In GEAR » NeoAir X-Lite Leaky
January 25, 12:09am

Front vs back
I totally disagree about the handling of having the weight up front. In my experience it is awful and totally affects your steering in a very bad way. I don't notice any change to handling w...

In Multiple Use Gear » cycling 101: pack or pannier?
January 19, 2:22pm

Freedom
Oh, cool - I haven't seen the Freedom before. I think I want a new toy. The micro USB adapter cable is included with the unit. You just need any charger, solar or otherwise, that has a regular ...

In GEAR » Virus from a water source?
January 16, 2:52pm

Steripen
Rechargeable 123a's work fine in an Adventurer. These are a standard battery format. Lots of chargers out there. If for some reason you need AA's, there is the Classic.

In GEAR » Virus from a water source?
January 16, 2:39pm

Warmlite
I've seen a few reports of their quality slowly deteriorating since junior picked up the reins. If this is generally true, I'd go so far as to say that maybe the best thing that can happen...

In GEAR » Warmlite tent quality? How about Hilleberg?
January 15, 3:08pm

LightHeart
Another vote for testing the cuben LightHeart offerings. Though I think, by design, the regular Solo cuben will hold up to wind a lot better than the SoLong (which has much larger unsupported surfa...

In GEAR » Wind Stress on Cuben
January 14, 10:07pm

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