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Stuart Allie (stuart.allie) - BPL Guest

My Locale Australia
About Me Did a lot of bushwalking in my teens and 20's, now returning to it in my 40's and discovering the joy of going lightweight.

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Planet getting warmer - evidence is clear
>Global temperatures follow Sea surface and sub surface temperatures, which have been on their way down since 2003. Wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong. Which part of "too short to identify...

In Chaff » The Carbon Flame War
May 06, 4:26pm

Global temperatures have *not* declined
>as the global temperature decline of the last four years shows. > This is a complete nonsense. 4 years is *way* t...

In Chaff » The Carbon Flame War
May 05, 11:41pm

jack's really 'r' better
Howdy, Jack'r'better large family of quilts could be just what you are looking for. My partner and I use one of these as a bag when going solo, and as a quilt when together. They'...

In GEAR » Lightweight Rectangle Sleeping Bag?
March 27, 9:25pm

Montane seller
I've had several good dealings with agoraphilia on ebay. Very fair prices and postage costs. They don't have the full montane range, but if they have what you are after they are worth a l...

In GEAR » Montane retailer for US buyers??
February 22, 6:11pm

re: bamboo sporks
Here is a link to the reusable kind. I found it by googling "bamboo spork" - it came up as the first link for me.

In GEAR » .25 oz bamboo spork
February 18, 8:34pm

Re: Clothing system for wide range of conditions?
Tom - in Tasmania we say "if you don't like the weather, wait 20 minutes..." but 4 seasons in a matter of hours is a bit much even for us :) I like your clothing list as I can pictur...

In GEAR » Clothing system for wide range of conditions?
January 10, 8:43pm

Re: Re: Clothing system for wide range of conditions?
Thanks guys. Definitely food for thought. Roger - finding taslan clothing seems to be rather hard. Do you know if the railriders nylon shirts like their "adventure" and "oasis&q...

In GEAR » Clothing system for wide range of conditions?
January 08, 3:34am

Clothing system for wide range of conditions?
I'm curious to get people suggestions for a clothing system that can deal with a wide range of conditions over a short period of time. I'd like the system to be lightweight (obviously), an...

In GEAR » Clothing system for wide range of conditions?
January 08, 2:12am

Scarp1 as a tunnel tent?
Firstly let me say that the Scarp1 looks very exciting - another great design from Henry! Looking at the "winter" configuration with the extra poles got me thinking though - those ex...

In GEAR » Tarptent Scarp1 (4 season -freestanding)
November 25, 4:51pm

Hi Casey, Thanks for that - it's most helpful. Once I finish buying everybody else's xmas presents, you'll be getting an order from me :) Cheers

In GEAR » ULA Circuit and Catalyst dimensions
November 19, 3:33pm

All Reader Reviews by Stuart Allie

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ULA Equipment
The guys at ULA were very helpful and friendly when answering my questions about their products. When I placed an order the pack arrived in Australia a week later in perfect condition and exactly as ...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
February 22, 6:54pm

Jacks R Better Fast and very helpful
I just received my JRB quilts. They were dispatched straight away and got to me here in Australia in a week. There were no hassles with having them sent half way around the world, they were packed s...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
August 26, 5:48pm

Western Mountaineering The Company
1. Discriminatory pricing. As an Australian resident, WM do not *allow* their online retailers to sell to me. (Is such a contract even legal?) The only Austalian based retailer inflates the prices b...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
July 28, 6:33pm

Inov8 RocLite 318 GTX
The Inov8 Roclite 318 GTX are my first lightweight bushwalking shoes. Until now I have used heavy solid leather boots so these shoes are a radical step for me. My boots weighed nearly 900 grams each...

In Footwear - Boots, Shoes, Gaiters
June 10, 11:59pm