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Re: my dirty big secret, PLEEZ Read!!
Removable stays? Check... Removable hip belt? Check... Removable sternum strap? Check... Removable shoulder straps? Check--um WTF? Bandoleer? Really? Well, I guess this guy knows a thing or two ...

In GEAR » my dirty big secret, PLEEZ Read!!
March 26, 8:13pm

Daypack with Large Front Mesh Pocket?
Is there such an animal? Something like you'd have on ULA or SMD etc. pack, but on a regular (cheap) daypack, say 1500-2000 ci. They all seem to use zippered panels... No, I won't be using ...

In GEAR » Daypack with Large Front Mesh Pocket?
March 26, 9:47am

Re: Alcohol Stove for Trek 700
The Zelph Starlyte has an open flame that works well with narrow pots. It worked better than my Vargo Decagon (side burner) with the SP Solo and BC 700 pots. The Starlyte is sold here @ BPL, but I ...

In GEAR » Alcohol Stove for Trek 700
March 14, 7:16am

Re: re:
@Matt: Yup, they're the Kraft microwaveable Mac-n-Cheese cups, hold about 11 oz with room, weigh 0.5 oz., and come with a thin but effective styrofoam outer layer (sides, and partially on the b...

In GEAR » need wide ti cup
March 02, 9:52pm

Re: Re: Re: Clarifying the Wording on Gear Swap Policies
Yeah, I forgot to add the :-) at the end of my post, all in jest... Anyway, I've seen the Subject modified in the original post, but only the original Subject displays on the main forum lis...

In Website & Forum Admin/Support » Clarifying the Wording on Gear Swap Policies
March 02, 8:38pm

Re: Clarifying the Wording on Gear Swap Policies
Well, the big problem is the Subject of the original thread cannot be edited, AFAIK. It would be great to see: New Gatewood Cape $20 - SOLD instead of New Gatewood Cape $20 followed by 1 ...

In Website & Forum Admin/Support » Clarifying the Wording on Gear Swap Policies
March 02, 5:35pm

Re: need wide ti cup
+1 on Snow Peak bowl. This sleeper of a cookpot is highly underrated. For a side-burner stove (I used a Vargo Decagon) I had the best boil times with the SP Bowl over the MSR Kettle, SP 600, SP Sol...

In GEAR » need wide ti cup
March 01, 9:11pm

Re: Leatherman Style keychain multi-tool vs. Victorinox Classic
+1 on the Leatherman Style. Been EDC'ing one for about 8 months (along with an SOG Flash I), and it'd work great as a replacement for the SAK Classic or Squirt s4 or even p4 (if you don'...

In GEAR » Leatherman Style keychain multi-tool vs. Victorinox Classic
February 20, 5:21pm

Re: Yet Another Steripen Thread - OR - Which Steripen?
I use the Adventurer (and before that, the Classic). The "reach" of the UV rays are pretty far, say 8" or so from the lamp. So simple swirling will kill everything from the tip of...

In GEAR » Yet Another Steripen Thread - OR - Which Steripen?
February 11, 6:38am

Re: containers for fuel alcohol
There are many Nalegene bottles that are suitable and trustworthy (definately don't leak and can take a beating). My favorite was an 8 oz. low rectangular shape, with a wide (1"?) mouth. N...

In GEAR » containers for fuel alcohol
January 30, 5:35pm

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