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Another BushBuddy alternate?
Has anyone checked this out yet? http://www.littlbug.com/index.htm 9.5 oz. and disassembles to pack flat. Looks cool.

In GEAR » Ryan's Favorites: BushBuddy
December 04, 2:30am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Karhu Karver
This seems to be just what I was looking for. Hike up, slide down. To answer your question about the Trangos, the sole is stiff but flexable. Just one last question, how comfortable is the top stra...

In Winter Hiking » Karhu Karver
December 03, 12:28am

Re: Re: Karhu Karver
> I tried to tele in them on a 20* slope using sloppy non-technical pac boots, and it worked fairly well (esp. considering I don't know how to tele). Douglas, do I understand your post correct...

In Winter Hiking » Karhu Karver
December 02, 6:06pm

TorsoLite
Backpacking Light product page for the TorsoLite says that it should be back in stock in December 2006 (one could only hope).

In GEAR » Sleeping Pad as Backpac frame
November 29, 3:01am

SMC T-Anchor
From what I've read, SMC recommends using 3 or 4mm cord to be used on the anchors. This seems heavy to me. Can you use Aircore guy line, or does the small diameter line get cut by the anchor(line a...

In GEAR » SMC T-Anchor
November 27, 1:31am

Re: Garlic in olive oil
James, thanks for the warning. I was thinking of braising crushed garlic in olive oil over low heat. This should infuse the oil with garlic flavor without making the garlic bitter. I plan add the g...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Best tasting olive oil?
November 27, 1:12am

Re: windshield cozy
I use the same type of cozy. The windshield sunscreen is made of a thin layer of foam sandwiched between two layers of mylar. I line my cozy with aluminum foil tape. The tape protects the delicate ...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » what does "boil and set" mean?
November 27, 12:39am

Best tasting olive oil?
I have a simple question. What is the best tasting olive oil? I'm not asking for facts. I simply wonder what readers here prefer. Personally I don't care for the taste of olive oil raw. I take p...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Best tasting olive oil?
November 26, 1:04am

Re: Nunatak
I have the .85 fabric on my Ghost and have lost a few feathers. It's not because the feathers go through the fabric, but through the hole left from the sewing thread going into the fabric. I have a...

In GEAR » Help me buy a Nunatak
November 23, 3:27am

Re: Help me buy a Nunatak
I recently purchased an Arc Ghost and I love it. After reading reviews and talking to the owner of Nunatak, it seems that 2 oz of over fill, on a Alpinist, would be just right. Also for me, being a...

In GEAR » Help me buy a Nunatak
November 22, 2:24am

All Reader Reviews by D T

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Nunatak Arc Ghost
Recently purchased an Nunatak Arc Ghost and I love it. It has a one ounce overfill and third strap with a rating of +32 degrees. My previous down bag was a Mountain Hardwear Phantom +32. The Phantom h...

In Sleeping Bags - Quilts & Top Bags
November 08, 3:03pm

REI Peak UL
The first pair I purchased had a printing probelm with the height markings on one section of one pole that I did not notice until I got home. I returned them to REI for a second pair. The second pai...

In Trekking Poles
November 04, 4:12pm

Hydropel Sports Ointment
Hydropel is the best product I have ever used on my feet. Better than Body Glide and Sportslick put together if that's even possible. Hydropel works great in hot weather with just one minor problem. ...

In First Aid and Survival Gear & Accessories
November 04, 3:48pm