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Richard Nisley (richard295) - BPL Premium Member

My Locale San Francisco Bay Area
About Me My outdoor hobbies include hiking, mountain biking, canoeing, kayaking, snow shoeing, skiing, fishing, and hunting. I enjoy continuously refining my equipment and techniques with the emphasis on less weight and volume.
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All Forum Posts by Richard Nisley

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Re: My experience with the BD Alpine Sport Hoody
Wim, Thanks again for a very comprehensive and interesting review! You have really piqued my investigative interest.

In GEAR » A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding.-Rev 0
March 01, 2:19pm

Re: Black Diamond Alpine Start Hoody air permeability / hydrostatic head specs
It is false that, “40 CFM (cubic feet per minute) is technically 40 CFM/M2 (cubic feet per minute per meter squared)” The ASTM D737 standard on page 3 says, "11.1 Air Permeability, Indi...

In GEAR » A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding.-Rev 0
February 28, 6:08pm

Re: BD Alpine Start Hooded Jacket
Ken, Thank you for the information! Needless to say but, the CFM spec is near optimal for aerobic activities; what is the companion HH spec? Also please inquire if both of these specs are ...

In GEAR » A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding.-Rev 0
February 26, 5:42pm

WT 1.0 Mods - A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts
David, Thanks for the positive feedback. For bushwhacking in perpetually damp conditions, I have found the WT 1.0 fabric without equal. If a fabric doesn't test well for my intended purp...

In GEAR » A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding.-Rev 0
February 26, 11:37am

Rev. 3 - A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding
Jeff correctly pointed out that the Rev. 2 chart could be interpreted that an item has more water resistance as it gets lighter. This was a limited data set artifact. The simplest clarification ...

In GEAR » A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding.-Rev 0
February 25, 9:01pm

RAB Alpine jacket CFM mystery solved?
I was curious as to why the “coffee filter” air permeability tests that Wim Depondt conducted on a NEW RAB Alpine seemed to indicate comparable breathability to the RAB Boreas. Wlm Depondt test...

In GEAR » A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding.-Rev 0
February 23, 5:54pm

Re: Re: Difference from specs
Serge Eric correctly pointed out a variable which we have no information on. All other garments I tested were new. When was your garment purchased and what was the summary profile of its use...

In GEAR » A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding.-Rev 0
February 23, 12:00pm

Re: True?
Brett, With an occasional exception, you are correct.

In GEAR » Current UL windshirts and breathability: are there other options and layering techniques?
February 23, 10:48am

Lab Tested - RAB Alpine & Boreas
The genesis of this analysis originated with Wim Depondt in his thread http://www.backpackinglight.com/cgi-bin/backpackinglight/forums/thread_display.html?forum_thread_id=86498. He used coffee filt...

In GEAR » A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding.-Rev 0
February 22, 7:21pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding.-Rev .1
Woubeir, Most fabric layers are more air than fiber; so, it is the water in the spaces between the fibers and layers which are the primary determinate of saturated weight gain and inversely, the...

In GEAR » A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding.-Rev 0
February 19, 10:46am

All Reader Reviews by Richard Nisley

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Lite my fire firesteel scout firelighter
I went back to the Midwest, this month, for a family reunion and fishing trip. I took my fire steel with me. My two nephews are 10 and 12 and they love to fish. The 12 year old asked me if I would tea...

In Cookware - Other
July 21, 1:37pm

Jetboil Personal Cooking System
My piezo failed after a couple of days. It took one second to fix it by bending down the ignitor rod to make a slightly smaller gap (1/8" smaller). I then used it in Alaska for 1 1/2 months twice a da...

In Stoves - Canister
August 25, 5:17pm