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Re: WTB: GoLite Reed Pants
I have a pair of old-style Reeds w/o zips in size Medium. They are in as-new condition. I'm 6'1", 34" inseam, 33" waist, 160lb and they fit me well. What size are you? ...

In Gear Swap » WTB: GoLite Reed Pants
December 15, 12:17pm

Re: FS: Warm Feet
MEC Booties are sold. 40 Below's are still available. Thanks, -Mike

In Gear Swap » FS: Warm Feet
December 14, 10:25pm

FS: Warm Feet (sold)
I'm clearing out the gear closet and have two pairs of synthetic insulated booties for sale: 1) MEC Expedition Booties, Size Large, Color Grey. These feature a Gore Dryloft shell and very h...

In Gear Swap » FS: Warm Feet
December 14, 6:08pm

FS: Golite Adrenaline 0F Sleeping Bag (Long Size)
Bag is still available. There is still time to ship for the holidays. :-) EDIT: Bag is sold. Thanks for looking.

In Gear Swap » FS: Golite Adrenaline 0F Sleeping Bag (Long Size)
December 12, 11:35am

re: Skurka's stuff
Are you going to have any gear or clothing left after your garage sale? I can just picture you wandering the backcountry with only a pair of merino boxers...and a Geko. ;)

In Gear Swap » Mountain Hardwear Nut Shell High Gaiters -- $20
December 11, 11:24am

FS: Golite Adrenaline 0F Sleeping Bag (Long Size) (SOLD)
Other than carefully removing the tags, this bag is in near-perfect condition. Includes cotton storage bag and stuff sack. It's only been used for 4 nights in a clean Igloo. Features Pertex...

In Gear Swap » FS: Golite Adrenaline 0F Sleeping Bag (Long Size)
December 11, 10:12am

Re: Driducks cancels out windshirt, washing machine info
I've been hiking with a DriDucks shell for several years now, and I've gone both with and without a windshirt. If you are extremely weight conscious, I agree with the other posters -- go a...

In GEAR » Driducks cancels out windshirt
November 22, 6:14pm

Re: Full neoprene wetsuit
I've spent a fair number of days paddling in both wet and drysuits, as well as swam hundreds of miles in trisuits. 1) Wetsuits are miserably uncomfortable to wear all day...especially for mu...

In Packrafting » Full neoprene wetsuit
October 23, 7:27pm

Re: Cold weather baselayers for those who sweat regardless of exertion level?
I second Roger's recommendations on thermo-regulation -- if she's sweating, then she has too much insulation for her exertion level. If she has cold extremities, then she needs to insulate...

In GEAR » Cold weather baselayers for those who sweat regardless of exertion level?
October 19, 6:51pm

Re: Still, the math is interesting
Thanks, Lance. That's an interesting analysis. So, are you suggesting that a curved ridgeline (catenary or otherwise) is only warranted with a stretchy fabric? (I don't know...haven...

In Editor's Roundtable » MYOG Technical Note - Catenary Curves
October 18, 11:07pm

All Reader Reviews by Michael Martin

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Backpacking Light Ti Esbit stove
If you just bend the arms up slightly, it will support a Heineken Pot cleanly.

In Stoves - Other
May 26, 3:06pm