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Terry Trimble (socal-nomad) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale North San Diego county
About Me hiking and exploring since I was 8. Backpacking sine 11 years old made my first gear a frost line kit for sleeping bag, down jacket same year. Gear junkie and MYOG gear since then.

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"210 Dyneema Ripstop vs 210 Cordora vs 420 Packcloth"
Any fabric below 500d Cordura Rock will always win. Even 500d Cordura does not last long sitting on granite rocks of the sierras or anyplace else. Camp Pendleton has few army surplus stores in Oc...

In GEAR » 210 Dyneema Ripstop vs 210 Cordora vs 420 Packcloth
August 12, 12:43pm

MSRP: Manufacture Suggested Retail Price is three edge sword in retail. Edge # 1: MSRP is used as a sales tool so retailers can discount items make the consumer believe their getting a deal on a...

In GEAR » GoLite Jam 2012 Price Hikes
August 10, 10:35am

WRC kit
It looks like someone is headed to a World Rally Championship race to wait along side the course in the bushes to cheer on their favorite racer. The fan has came up with Rally kit backpack with ...

In Chaff » Classifcation Test
August 09, 12:17pm

The technology in the sports like rubberized tracks,Carbon fiber bicycles and crew boats. To the spring loaded floor mats in gymnastics wrist braces for spinning on the uneven bars. The Body hug...

In Chaff » Kids These Days!
August 08, 10:29am

Los Angeles-MYOG's...Garment District
I had some friends who owned Limpy's skateboard pants and shorts they would go to the garment district to buy cheap funky fabric in large bolts or rolls for the pants they made. I was was jus...

In Make Your Own Gear » Los Angeles-MYOG's...Garment District
August 08, 9:41am

welcome to world retail
Welcome to the real world of retail this has been done for years by every retailer in the world. Some retailers do this to show higher profits,some do it to show higher profits before they sell th...

In GEAR » GoLite Jam 2012 Price Hikes
August 07, 9:29am

Nomad Desert Ruck
Thanks for the comments about the the Desert Nomad pack. I am really proud of this pack I have been taking my time and improving my pack designs and seamstress skills. Sean, I liked to clear ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Nomad Desert Ruck
August 05, 11:01am

Nomad Desert Ruck
The Nomad Desert Ruck is something I have been wanting to design for awhile it just took Thru hiker to get Dyneema X Gridstop in the color of ever green. I have always wanted a ever green pack ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Nomad Desert Ruck
August 04, 11:01am

Honey Badger
The Honey Badger pack look like it made out of composite of 1 to 2 mm frosted HDPE plastic sheet and nylon. I have seen art cases and other binders made of it the same plastic. It a unique idea ...

In GEAR » Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2012
August 04, 9:31am

Bob, Thank you very much for sharing your professorial knowledge as a patent attorney of the process of getting a patent and worth or worthlessness of the patent. I have one question I would l...

In Make Your Own Gear » Seeking Vanity Patent: proper etiquette on asking for beta testers
August 02, 9:24am

All Reader Reviews by Terry Trimble

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Source Liquitainer Drinking Bottle (1 L)
I have the 2 liter source liquitanier drinking bottle. It great is the same height and width as platy 1 liter and blow up only 1.5 inch wider than the 1 liter platy when full of water. It also stands ...

In Hydration - Water Storage Containers
May 16, 7:31pm