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Re: Pants, Pants, who's got the Pants??
Hey Jacob, Here's a review on some pants that might work (I know nothing about them myself, just remembered this review): http://briangreen.net/2014/09/tad-recon-ac-pant.html

In GEAR » Pants, Pants, who's got the Pants??
November 13, 2:34pm

Re: Clothing critique
Your list doesn't seem much different from my list, if that helps. I wouldn't worry about the hats & gloves; they are necessary. So that leaves: TOP: a LS base-layer, a mid-layer ...

In Gear Lists » Clothing critique
November 12, 10:26pm

Re: No more plastic...
For me, it's not so much the metal but whether it is smooth or polished vs. textured. The anodized Ti spoons have a textured surface that I find off-putting. I use a Snow Peak ti spoon that ...

In GEAR » No more plastic...
November 12, 3:15pm

Re: Quick Fleece Question
Do you want this midlayer to be used while (a) moving or (b) while stopped?

In GEAR » Quick Fleece Question
November 11, 8:40pm

Re: Re: In PNW GGG
I'll get a chance tomorrow to look at options and get a vote in; thanks Ian.

In Pre-Trip Planning » Anyone up for a Western Washington UL GGG?
November 08, 6:35pm

Re: tall gaiters with rain kilt? Lone Peaks with gortex socks?
I also use a ZPacks cuben kilt, carry silnylon chaps (rarely used, but small & light enough to carry) and would usually day hike in the fall in either (1) hiking pants or (2) shorts and carry M...

In GEAR » tall gaiters with rain kilt? Lone Peaks with gortex socks?
November 08, 6:33pm

Re: Olympic National Park
Jon, A lot depends on where you are coming from, whether you will have a car and how much driving you want to do. ONP is really big; driving from Seattle to the west side will be 4-6 hours depen...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Olympic National Park
November 06, 11:53am

re: Pad Help - Uncomfortable nights
"I hesitate to dish out $170+ for a new mat that I may or may not like." I feel the same way and recently bought a TaR NeoAir Trekker instead of a regular NeoAir XLite. The XLite is li...

In GEAR » Pad Help - Uncomfortable nights
November 05, 8:54pm

Re: Laugavegur Trail, Iceland
Have you seen Andrew Skurka's report? The Laugavegur is only a portion of his trip but he has a lot of information linked on his page: http://andrewskurka.com/adventures/iceland-traverse/

In Pre-Trip Planning » Laugavegur Trail, Iceland
November 02, 8:54am

Re: Re: mugbowl
The Kupilka 55 is a near-perfect match for what you want: http://www.campsaver.com/55-eating-vessel-soup-bowl I did say "near-perfect", however. It's $22.00 (on sale)! Still, I ...

In GEAR » Cant find a Mugbowl
October 31, 4:13pm

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