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Marco A. Sánchez (marcoasn) - BPL Premium Member

My Locale The fabulous Pyrenees
About Me Outdoor enthusiast. As Tucas founder.
CitySabiñánigo
StateHuesca
CountrySpain
My Website URLhttp://astucas.com

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All Forum Posts by Marco A. Sánchez

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Re: Filling my Down Quilt - Video
Awesome! Seems pretty precise and clean! Thank you for sharing this technique and the video! Cheers

In Make Your Own Gear » Filling my Down Quilt
June 24, 1:23am

Re: Availability of new TICA Ice Tools
Thanks for the details and the photos. The prototype looks great! I'll stay tuned for news.

In GEAR » Availability of new TICA Ice Tools
June 17, 7:52am

Merino wool by the yard
Not cheap, and only available in one color but… 150 g/m2 superfine merino (18.5 micron ) from New Zealand. http://www.extremtextil.de/catalog/Textiles/uncoated/Merino-wool-double-jersey-150g-q...

In Make Your Own Gear » Merino wool by the yard
June 09, 2:29am

Re: DriDucks
Heath, I think you nailed it! I inspected the inner side of the jacket and these areas show some wear. Perhaps it’s time to renew the jacket… After all, all the duck tape patches so indicate...

In GEAR » DryDucks stains
June 09, 2:09am

Availability of new TICA Ice Tools
I post this message here because I think Steve’s answers may be of interest to someone else. According to the Suluk 46 website the TICA Ice Tool is sold out. However, new shafts are being test...

In GEAR » Availability of new TICA Ice Tools
June 08, 3:36am

DryDucks stains
Every time I wear my DryDucks jacket it causes brownish stains on my baselayer shirt. The stains appear in the areas of contact with the backpack, where friction and sweat accumulation are most not...

In GEAR » DryDucks stains
June 08, 3:18am

RE: Interesting study about trekking poles use
Already discussed two days ago in the Trekking Pole Science thread. There are so many threads in this site that is difficult to watch all of them :-)

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Interesting study about trekking poles use
June 08, 3:01am

Re: Made my own Dirty Girls
I like it! +1 for the pattern.

In Make Your Own Gear » Made my own Dirty Girls
May 25, 1:46am

Re: Marmot Venus Jacket Review
Another mass market piece of gear. One more reason to support cottage industries and MYOG.

In Editor's Roundtable » Marmot Venus Jacket Review
April 07, 3:51am

Re: Tarp stuffing at bottom of pack
"I always keep my tarp easily accessible so that it can be put up quickly in the rain and keep the rest of my gear dry" +1 In addition, if it’s raining / snowing when I break camp...

In GEAR » SURVEY REPORT: THE MYTHS OF TARP DURABILITY
April 06, 8:31am

All Reader Reviews by Marco A. Sánchez

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Leki Ultralight Ti
At 213 g / 7,5 oz per pole (measured, without trekking basket), the Leki Ultralite Ti are a reasonably lightweight choice when you need adjustable poles that can handle real abuse in the backcountry. ...

In Trekking Poles
September 16, 9:59am

Black Diamond Raven Ultra Ice Axe
Let’s face it: for non technical routes a light axe and a trekking pole usually are the best combination. However, aluminum headed axes deform with even light use, so if you expect some REAL use of th...

In Climbing Gear & Accessories
September 15, 5:27am