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Dead Bird vs Rab
Didn't Arc'teryx replace the Atom SV with the AR this season? I happen to like layering my Rab Strata for active wear under my Rab Xenon when static.

In GEAR » What is the best lightweight synthetic parka to buy and why?
January 04, 1:31pm

Pegs in winter
I much prefer pitching on a newly stomped snow platform that I can shove my snow and sand pegs in, vs frozen tundra that nothing wants to penetrate. Like you say, Doug, retrieving the pegs next mor...

In GEAR » Hilleberg Tent thread
January 03, 6:23pm

40 Below Bottle Boot
40 Below make neoprene insulation for the Hunersdorf 1.0 & 1.5 bottles. I use them to help prevent my water from freezing, but I'd imagine they'd also help keep hot water from cooling t...

In GEAR » Bottle container for hot liquid
January 03, 8:29am

Lone Peak 2.0s
After the Lone Peak 1.5s, I had high hopes for the 2.0s. But the reality was so disappointing. They added a lot of what was bad about the Olympus, too much padding especially in the heel, not enoug...

In GEAR » Soft and squishy shoes for backpacking?
January 02, 5:17pm

Re: pad slipping...
I just picked up an XTherm to try side by side with my DownMat UL7. The Exped's top surface is very slippery, but on a level surface the outer two baffles really help keep you on the pad. In co...

In Hammocks » Hammock newbie, some questions and thoughts
January 01, 5:09pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Just sharing some thoughts....
Jeff - Tunnel tents are designed to deform under heavy winds, which can cause the inner tent to move in a way you're not used to under a 4 season dome tent. But that's a major factor in...

In GEAR » Hilleberg Tent thread
December 23, 7:10pm

Re: Re: Just sharing some thoughts....
Jeff - The tradeoff is going to be whether you want more space in the inner tent, or a more versatile vestibule. I'm fine with the space available for two adults in the Nammatj 2. It's ...

In GEAR » Hilleberg Tent thread
December 23, 10:17am

Re: Re: Re: Re: melanzana mod
Dave U - I definitely resemble your remark, but more commonly explain it as having 'rugby player legs'. I suppose we could keep those sleeves to keep other appendages warm.

In GEAR » Active vest
December 22, 10:27pm

Re: my deets
Victor - At 6' with a 15F regular length bag I don't see you having any problems in 2P mode under the Nammatj 3. I was really lucky to be able to compare the Nammatj 3, Nammatj 2GT and Kero...

In GEAR » Hilleberg Tent thread
December 22, 10:17pm

Re: GT Ventilation
James - I really like the possibilities with the GT vestibule which I why I swapped out my Nammatj 2 (which I thought I'd never part with) for the 2GT. Aside from the obvious additional weight...

In GEAR » Hilleberg Tent thread
December 22, 9:51pm

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Mountain Laurel Designs
I had to cancel an order I placed a couple of weeks ago with Ron. He was very gracious, no argument on his end or attempt to persuade me not to cancel, and my refund came through within 24 hours. To...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
March 21, 7:52am