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Jeff Hollis (hyperslug) - BPL Lifetime Member

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About Me Been backpacking for 30+ years and have 20+ years in the outdoor industry.

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What everyone else said. Plus It makes a crinkly noise when moving around on it but not a biggie. I find the surface to be less slippery than other inflatable pads I have used. I have not pushed it...

In GEAR » To neoair or not to neoair
April 15, 1:54pm

Thanks everyone for your replies and help! I have been a hold out from purchasing any Under Armour because I felt that they were just a huge marketing ploy riding on the coat tails of the true ...

In GEAR » Lightweight synthetic thermal top
April 14, 7:35am

Lightweight synthetic thermal top
I currently use a long sleeve silk top that is 3.5 oz XL but sometimes I need something a little heavier. I have a mid weight that is 7.7 oz, so something in between. What is the weight of Capailen...

In GEAR » Lightweight synthetic thermal top
April 13, 9:28pm

Thanks! I am hoping to get back on the OHT next week!

In Post-Trip Reports » Ozark Highlands Trail / TrailLite Designs Bandoleer Review
April 10, 6:00pm

LL Bean 20% off Camping, Cycling, Paddling through 4/10! Also free shipping!
If you need something from LL Bean!

In Gear Deals » LL Bean 20% off Camping, Cycling, Paddling through 4/10! Also free shipping!
April 08, 8:05am

Is this it? http://www.thepacka.com/

In GEAR » Anyone seen a rain jacket like this??
April 01, 3:54pm

Would of, should of, could of. I wish they had just completed the change in the 70s because now we would not be talking about this. The next best choice would be just sticking with the english syst...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Lightweight backpacking should go metric!
March 31, 11:27am

Just splash
I fill the container straight from the source, add the Aquamira after its 5 minute wait time. Shake the bottle/platypus and loosen the lid so it splashes around the threads well. Screw the top down...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Aquamira drops plus pump?
March 28, 1:11pm

Re: Snake Country tarpin'
Gregory where is this snake country? Usually such reports are over blown and you are lucky to see one.

In Philosophy & Technique » Going tentless
March 23, 4:09pm

If my memory serves me well I think the jacket is the Tempest. If so the hood rolls into the collar. I would have purchased mine about 1993 but the jacket probably would have been around until Mont...

In GEAR » Need advise regarding Mont-Bell warranty policy
March 19, 9:29pm

All Reader Reviews by Jeff Hollis

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Black Rock Gear Down Hat
I bought this hat a year ago and it goes on every backpacking trip and cold weather dog walks. My large weighs .9 oz. and warmer than anything close to that weight except maybe another down hat. I...

In Clothing - Headwear, Handwear
December 31, 9:31am

Equinox 8 X 10 silnylon tarp
I have had this for a long time and it has seen at least 30+ nights on the trail. Have used it as sleep shelter and a place to hang out on trail or in camp when it is raining. THE GOOD! Price Wei...

In Shelters - Tarps & Floorless
January 22, 10:49am

RailRiders Adventure Shirt
I have been using the similar RR Eco-Mesh for 10 years or more. Basically same shirt as the Adventure Shirt. It was suggested to me by the departed John O on his forum and he assured me that it was...

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - SYNTHETIC
January 20, 4:48pm

Marmot Essence
I own the original version which I believe came with Precip Plus which I think was supposed to be more breathable than regular Precip. I have owned it for about 4 years. It mostly stays in my pack...

In Clothing - Raingear
January 19, 5:19pm