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Reggie Garrett (regarrett) - BPL Premium Member

My Locale Lost in the mountains
About Me Lover of all things mountain. Somehow I have found myself in Little Rock, AR and I dearly miss the Rocky Mountains. Hopefully this whistle stop in Little Rock will be very brief.

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Sent you a PM about a Ti-Tri sidewinder and Evernew 600 pot.

In Gear Swap » WTB: Caldera Ti Tri, Tarptent Stratospire 2, Gossamer Gear Mariposa, Quilt Straps
April 02, 5:40pm

ibex indie hoodie
waiting with baited breath

In Gear Swap » FS: Ibex M’s Indie Hoodie,Snow Peak Ti 1.4L Pot, Patagonia Micropuff / DAS Pants and Stretch Microburst Rain Pants, Salomon M’s Exclaim Hiking Shoes, OR Paclite Rando Cap, Hind W’s Long Sleeve Zip Top
March 28, 6:45pm

Poor man's TrailStar
Looks excellent! How much does she weigh?

In Make Your Own Gear » MYOG Pentagon tarp (poor man's trailstar)
March 20, 6:24pm

+1 on the hammock
I've converted over to hammocking almost 100% of the time. Can't beat it. Wet, rocky, lumpy, uneven ground is not a worry any longer. If it is stormy just rig the tarp way down close t...

In GEAR » New shelter advice
March 16, 6:43pm

whoopies connected to hammock
Newton, I've never had water run down the whoopies and get my hammock wet. Water flows to the lowest point possible. I always leave the end of the whoopie hanging loose. Even on those ni...

In Hammocks » Hangers show me your suspension hardware please ;-)
March 08, 5:54am

Hammock suspension
All I use are whoopies and 1" tree straps with marlin spikes. Whoopies are connected directly to the hammock. Very simple, easy, nothing to loose. I've been out in really cold weather, ter...

In Hammocks » Hangers show me your suspension hardware please ;-)
March 07, 4:49am

AndE down hood
The last hood AndE made from his left over down has arrived. It's flawless. It's an outstanding piece of gear. It's sized up just enough that I can wear a Merino/Alpaca cap from Kat. Lo...

In Make Your Own Gear » Down Hood 3.0 - perfect edition
February 23, 5:29pm

Smartwool merino crew neck
SOLD I have a men's medium Smartwool crew neck up for grabs. I ordered it, tried it on, and put it on the shelf. Smartwool sizes run small. This is brand new without tags. Weight is abou...

In Gear Swap » Smartwool merino crew neck
February 18, 7:53am

Down Hood
I'm really looking forward to getting the hood. AndE's been great to deal with!

In Make Your Own Gear » Down Hood 3.0 - perfect edition
February 15, 12:55pm

Down hood
I'll trade you a DIY hammock with adjustable ridge line and whoopie slings for it if you're interested.

In Gear Swap » FS: My MYOG Down Hood 2.0
February 10, 9:28am

All Reader Reviews by Reggie Garrett

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Katabatic Gear Palisade Quilt
I have slept in this quilt at temps below freezing. I have alway been warm. Usually I am a cool sleeper. On the warmer nights, (never used it above 45 degrees) I don't snap the draft collar...

In Sleeping Bags - Quilts & Top Bags
January 29, 7:45pm

Katabatic Gear Bristlecone (Regular Length, Wide Width)
I ordered a Katabatic Gear Palisade sleeping quilt last year. Was so thoroughly impressed with the workmanship and customer service that when it was time to get a bivy, I ordered the Katabatic Gear B...

In Shelters - Bivy Sacks
January 29, 7:36pm