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Re: Layers
christopher ... do you own a windshirt? base (R1/cap4/t2/t3)->windshirt/light softshell -> light synth puffy -> heavier down/synth puffy is the "standard" modern climbing laye...

In GEAR » Winter layering/suffocation
October 18, 10:53pm

is it worth it
a new litemax stove costs 60 dollahs sure if you know what you are doing, and are absolutely sure you can do it right you can fix it yourself but otherwise is it worth it if you dont know? ...

In GEAR » Snow Peak LiteMax stove malfunction? or was it the canister's fault? or maybe just my own stupidity?
October 18, 12:42pm

Re: Re: to sweat is to die
the graphs are actually extremely useful as a general guide ... namely that having 2 thinner layers rather than one thick layer, the condensation will more likely get trapped between the layers ...

In GEAR » Winter layering/suffocation
October 18, 12:23pm

to sweat is to die
when the eskimos first saw the white man dragging their heavy sleds on arctic expeditions in their suffocating cotton clothing, they scratched their head and wondered who would do such a stupid thi...

In GEAR » Winter layering/suffocation
October 18, 6:27am

BOOM
There was an incident on Wednesday at Gleann Dubh Lighe bothy, off the Mallaig road in Lochaber, arguably one of Scotland's finest bothies, in which the building was gutted by fire. The fol...

In GEAR » Snow Peak LiteMax stove malfunction? or was it the canister's fault? or maybe just my own stupidity?
October 17, 4:25pm

R1
the R1 is really meant for deep winter/alpine sports or activities like technical climbing where there is a lot of stop and go ;)

In GEAR » r2 as insulation and rain gear
October 17, 10:41am

Life-and-Death Choices in a Himalayan Blizzard
Mr. Megreli, 24, cannot quite explain why he stayed behind in the wooden shack on Tuesday night, but that is probably why he was alive on Thursday, a survivor of the worst trekking disaster to hit ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Life-and-Death Choices in a Himalayan Blizzard
October 17, 10:33am

Re: Re: Headlamps and Rechargeable Batteries
I wish headlamps had a lower light/longer lifetime setting and here is where we all come out screaming the zebralight chant ... rah-rah-rah !!! Light Output (runtimes) High: H1 1090 ...

In GEAR » Headlamps and Batteries
October 16, 4:17pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Headlamps and Rechargeable Batteries
Eric, you mis-quoted me. absolutely guilty bob =P ian ... im moving more towards the USB rechargeable/18650 format myself ... 18650 bats are currently the most weight and cost efficient ...

In GEAR » Headlamps and Batteries
October 16, 3:21pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Headlamps and Rechargeable Batteries
Wh is a meaningless point of comparison between lights with different emitter types, or even optics, if their beam profiles differ significantly. Unless that Tikka RXP has a XM-L2 emitter, your nu...

In GEAR » Headlamps and Batteries
October 16, 2:50pm

All Reader Reviews by eric chan

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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