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materials
2 oz apex, material is basic silnylon and lightweight ripstop. I don't worry much about the ground moisture as I have a pad there, however I could see using something with a higher hydrosta...

In Multiple Use Gear » 4 season mummy bag
January 14, 2:58pm

information
What kind of information are you looking for? We are planning on possibly producing it and are tweaking and testing. The basics though, is it is a pretty standard material UL bivy with a layer of a...

In Multiple Use Gear » 4 season mummy bag
January 14, 12:57pm

Bivy
As long as you can seal up your quilt very well you should be fine. One of the merits of the insulated bivy is that it helps keep condensation out of your down when you are below freezing all the t...

In Multiple Use Gear » 4 season mummy bag
January 14, 9:36am

Sleep System
I have ran this system from 60F to -15F. I suspect it could go to about -30 F and perhaps lower. 20 degree down EE quilt Lightly insulated Bivy 20 Degree down EE quilt The bivy is 13 oun...

In Multiple Use Gear » 4 season mummy bag
January 14, 9:04am

Ok with Universal
I'm not a good skier by any stretch, but I took the hoks descending from 12.5 K over the weekend and they were fine. I was using the universal binding and a generic snow boot. IT was not super ...

In Winter Hiking » Altai Hok on SHT
January 07, 1:07pm

Syn insulation
I sue a slightly synthetic insulated bivy to move water. It also adds 15 - 20 degrees of warmth.

In GEAR » Synthetic overquilt
January 07, 10:18am

Tools
Around here at least, I rarely carry any additional tools if I am using a small stove. Instead I just find dead sticks / branches etc. If the stove is a larger type where it can burn a couple hours...

In GEAR » Amount of sparks with 'sealed' hot tent stoves?
December 21, 2:50pm

That pretty much sums it ip
When the days start getting short and you are in your tent a lot the stove is the way to go. It also makes waking a lot easier as well. Just light the stove from the comfort of your sleeping bag, w...

In GEAR » Amount of sparks with 'sealed' hot tent stoves?
December 21, 12:59pm

Tips
You can put a spark arrestor on the outside but you need to be able to get to it if it clogs. You can also put one on the inside near the stove which is less likely to get clogged (although it stil...

In GEAR » Amount of sparks with 'sealed' hot tent stoves?
December 21, 9:53am

Lil Bug Out
Shameless self promotional post Check out the Lil Bug Out http://seekoutside.com/products/ultralight-tipis/little-bug-out-shelter/ I've used it in many different iterations and am over 6...

In GEAR » Pyramid tarp for 6'1" person?
November 20, 11:38am

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