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Paul Magnanti (PaulMags) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale People's Republic of Boulder
About Me I like to hike, backpack, camp and backcountry ski every so often...
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light balaclava
I bought it 13 yrs ago at Sierra Trading Post. The name is long forgotten, sorry. :) Though, now that I think about it, STP has sold Kenyon thermal products for a loooong time. Probably simila...

In GEAR » Down hat vs wool hat... wool seems to be the better choice?
January 30, 7:04pm

Big Bend
Thanks for posting. It is a place I've always wanted to spend time at. It is a bit of a drive from where I call home. So that is on he "Someday" list. :)

In Post-Trip Reports » A Desert Noob visits Big Bend
January 29, 6:45am

Ecoragg
This one iirc http://www.bemidjiwoolenmills.com/details.php?itemid=bm07_170

In GEAR » Down hat vs wool hat... wool seems to be the better choice?
January 28, 7:56pm

My hat system FWIW
In three season hiking conditions, I rock a polypro balaclava only. It is so versatile. I can roll it up as a hat, use it as neck gaiter, ear muffs or "ninja ski mask mode" for fuller fac...

In GEAR » Down hat vs wool hat... wool seems to be the better choice?
January 28, 2:19pm

puffy layer
Would you hike in a puffy layer? Same concept. Sweat, salts and other moisture compromises the loft. A down hat is good for stationary activities and sleeping IMO. Again, just like a ...

In GEAR » Down hat vs wool hat... wool seems to be the better choice?
January 27, 1:28pm

True story
Two weeks ago my friend and I were On a classic ski tour from Breckinridge to Frisco. Ten miles of amazing powder and the route even crosses the CT/CDT. As with many hikes and skis in Summit c...

In On the Web » Canine thru-hike of CDT
January 24, 3:41pm

Great info!
I'll write our listener about that one. That is good info. Thx! Heck..I'll just make it part of the show as others may like the info, too. As for getting altitude sickness..heck, it'...

In On the Web » The Trail Show #20 - Colorado 14ers Thru-Hike
January 22, 8:59am

ULA Catalyst
The ULA Catalyst is my "heavy hauler" pack. I've used it overnight climbing trips, winter backpacking/hut trips (on skis) and when guiding as well. Good, solid, workhorse like pac...

In GEAR » Pack for Snow Camping/Mountain Approach -- ULA Catalyst?
January 17, 4:26pm

The Trail Show #20 - Colorado 14ers Thru-Hike
The Trail Show #20 featuring the Colorado 14ers Thru-Hike Show #20!! – Today we bring you our first show of 2014 – Happy New Year! On this month’s episode we cover a “Month of Disast...

In On the Web » The Trail Show #20 - Colorado 14ers Thru-Hike
January 14, 6:33am

And the beat goes on
Partially because of this and similar threads, my .05 worth http://www.pmags.com/backpacking-weight-mania

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » I say let's decide on a general consensus of Ultralight definitions and terms.
January 10, 4:29pm

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