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Ryan Corder (demo) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale Arkansan in Seattle
About Me I have a tendency to buy the display item of pieces of gear that I want because, typically, they seem to be the only "smalls" that outfitters keep in stock.

My trail name, 'demo' comes from a display Thermarest pillow I bought that has the word DEMO marked in very large letters in permanent marker.

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All Forum Posts by Ryan Corder

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FS: Montbell UL Thermawrap vest
I have a black, size medium, Montbell UL Thermawrap vest that I need to get rid of. I personally love this piece of gear, but need to get a different size. It has been taken on several trips, b...

In Gear Swap » FS: Montbell UL Thermawrap vest
September 24, 1:05pm

Re: Eagle Rock Loop AR?
JT, you should really enjoy this Jon said it is very beautiful and quite unique in places. Just so you are prepared for the Athens-Big Fork section of the Loop be ready for 8 mountains...

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » Eagle Rock Loop AR?
June 04, 10:04pm

Re: Re: FS: ULA Conduit - really
I'll email Brian and ask him.

In Gear Swap » FS: ULA Conduit - really
March 16, 10:16am

Re: Western Mountaineering Pod 15
I have the Pod 30 and fit a regular foam pad in it fine. It's obvious that it is kind of designed for a tapered pad, but the adjusters allow it to take a number of shapes.

In GEAR » Western Mountaineering Pod 15
March 15, 10:11pm

FS: ULA Conduit - really
no kidding. Through a slight miscommunication between myself and Brian @ ULA, I was shipped two identical ULA Conduit packs that arrived today. I figured I would make someone very happy by off...

In Gear Swap » FS: ULA Conduit - really
March 15, 9:56pm

Re: Re: Nature hiking
no kidding...nettles suck, doubly so in certain areas I would imagine.

In Gear Lists » The Absolute Lightest Gear List of Anyone
October 24, 9:25pm

little critter
great article! isn't that critter in the picture a Horny Toad?

In Editor's Roundtable » Ultralight Hammock Camping
August 04, 8:34am

Re: Re: cleaning out my closet
are you still interested in any of my gear? thanks. ryanc

In Gear Swap » cleaning out my closet
July 18, 7:25am

Re: cleaning out my closet
pretty sure that is correct. the bag is about 2.5 years old and the fill weight comes in at 1lb. 4oz., so I think my stated weight above is right. Unfortunately, I'm having to look up the stats o...

In Gear Swap » cleaning out my closet
July 15, 12:31pm

Re: Re: cleaning out my closet
the Alpine Denali is 2lbs. 12 oz. (regular right) and the Tour Lite is 2lbs. 1oz (regular right). I can be contacted at rcorder _at_ gmail _dot_ com. thanks for the interest! ryanc

In Gear Swap » cleaning out my closet
July 15, 11:26am

All Reader Reviews by Ryan Corder

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SteriPen Adventurer
My only complaints tend to line up the same as those from others. It seems, although I can't prove a shred of this, that they are in cahoots with Nalgene as bottles from said manufacturer are the...

In Hydration - Water Treatment
July 13, 2:21pm

Icebreaker Balaclava Lite
Nice little piece of headgear here. Impressive how much warmth it adds when on your head. My typical setup is wearing a Tilly hat during an entire trip and adding the balaclava when I need some wa...

In Clothing - Headwear, Handwear
July 07, 3:08pm

Montane Featherlite
I have a story to tell, and this is why I'll never get rid of this "Wind"shirt. I guess it's been almost 2 years now, Hurricane Rita was passing through. You know, the one that c...

In Clothing - Wind & Soft Shell
July 07, 3:04pm

Icebreaker Skin 200 boxer briefs
I recently just ditch wearing Smartwool Micro weight boxer-briefs for these from Icebreaker. I am an immediate convert. Pros: 1) MUCH more durable. Smartwool developed wear holes soon after us...

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - WOOL
July 07, 2:52pm

Ibex Woolies Rib Zip T-Neck
I completely concur with everything the previous reviewer stated. Just as fair warning, like stated above, the little ribs in the fabric do make it clingy. However, this does give it the ideal effec...

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - WOOL
July 07, 2:44pm

ULA Conduit
This is indeed a great little pack. On a past trip, one of my accompanying backpackers made a comment about how it looked like a oversized daypack...that made me smile. Don't let that generalization...

In Backpacks - Frameless
July 05, 8:40am