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Synth
Youll be fine with your two sets of baselayers Just make sure you are using synth ... And bring a container that can hold hot water, like a nalgene At 40F you migh need more than a mid we...

In GEAR » how to handle base layers in freezing rain
September 04, 7:52pm

Squirt
I use a squirt thats permanatly attached to my keys anyways When climbing having pliers that can tweak a few things can be quite useful Not to mention the mini screwdriver can tighten up my g...

In GEAR » Knife or multi-tool
September 03, 9:43pm

Additive
Mec blue foam pads have a R 1.4 Simply add that to the R of yr current pad Over or under works ... Foam under though protects the pad better ;)

In GEAR » regular ccf pad under large inflatable pad.
September 02, 7:29pm

Re: Eric
I would recommend a hooded down sweater that has ~4oz+ of quality 800 +down at minimum for 20F ... Preferably one that can fit under (and over) yr atom This might a bit conservative but remember...

In GEAR » Down jackets. Help me finally choose.
September 02, 6:38pm

Two
Its more flexible ... Which allows you to minimize sweat The r1/t3 is not really meant as a base layer by itself but rather a mid layer The cap4/r1 on the other hand is meant as a next to ski...

In GEAR » 2 base layers vs 1 thicker layer.
September 02, 6:04pm

Hint
One hint is to get a down sweater that fits under yr atom This - protects the down from external moisture - allows the internal moisture to migrate outward to the synthetic The downside...

In GEAR » Down jackets. Help me finally choose.
September 02, 5:53pm

18650
there are certain powerbanks that are based off 18650 bats these have few advantages - unlike fixed powerpacks, you dont need to worry about the degradation of the powersource over time ... y...

In GEAR » battery pack vs solar panel
August 31, 12:09pm

ukclimbing
http://www.ukclimbing.com/forums/t.php?t=595823 Topic - Jetboil Sol Ti not recommended Just a warning on this product: Mine caught alight whilst cooking. We were attempting the Cuillin ridg...

In GEAR » JetBoil Sol update?
August 22, 7:29pm

Re: New Arc'teryx Beta LT hooded vs Patagonia R1 hooded.
In the pnw i consider the R1/T3 to be too warm for continous activities for 3 season Even in the winter here its too warm IMO for anything but stop and go situations (belayed climbing), especial...

In GEAR » New Arc'teryx Beta LT hooded vs Patagonia R1 hooded.
August 21, 12:13am

Belay jacket
If you are fairly still for long periods of time, you will have similar requirements to climbers who "belay" Basically the insulation you need when active is minimal compared to that w...

In GEAR » What kind of layers do I need for 14 Fahrenheit?
August 21, 12:07am

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Montbell Extremely Light Down Jacket
the key to using this jacket is to use it under a windshell or synthetic jacket like a nanopuff by itself the shell is fairly fragile, there are no pockets, there is no waist string ... however ...

In Clothing - Insulating - Down
December 30, 7:44pm