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Ive owned 3 circuits. Still have 2. What kind of load are you wanting to haul? The niche it fills is a ~ 2-2.5 lb pack (strip the doo-dads off and med/small belt weighs 34oz)that comfortably...

In GEAR » ULA Pack
August 24, 8:09pm

It does not appear to be a ULA hipbelt. ULA has dual tightening buckles on each side of the hipbelt. Unless its a very old one that Im not familiar with. It might be an SMD

In Gear Swap » Hipbelt -ULA Small?
August 24, 7:45pm

I agree, thats why I said "For me" I frequently hike long days, even some night hiking, I have harbored ideas of just hiking all night long before too. But I dont miss the scenic part...

In Gear Lists » What I'm Taking on my JMT Hike (this is how you do it)
August 24, 3:27pm

I think some people romanticize the fact that he eschewed the normal trappings of society. But I agree with Nick as well. Natural selection at work. However, I also think there are very ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Into the Wild
August 24, 11:58am

bear can
For me, hiking thru Yosemite 37 miles in a day to avoid a bear cannister, would negate the reason for going there at all.

In Gear Lists » What I'm Taking on my JMT Hike (this is how you do it)
August 24, 11:17am

I bought a Juggs radar gun on ebay, the case and foam liner stunk to high heaven of cigarrette smoke. I aired it out. It still had a slight smell 3 yrs later when I sold it. People that smoke...

In GEAR » Getting ciagarette smell out of tent
August 24, 10:32am

Joe is pretty much the main one now. Other guys like Lukes and EE are great too. What I see, is that the vendors that outsource their mfg, cant innovate and are destined to fall by the wayside....

In GEAR » Zpacks Poncho/Ground Sheet and Cloud Kilt
August 24, 10:22am

Dont need no zipper If you are wearing a light weight hoody, and you get warm, its not time to unzip, its time to take it off. A thin hoody will breathe well,you will feel the breeze blow thru...

In GEAR » ultralight hoody that's casual?
August 24, 5:48am

No stove is perfect for all places, or all trips.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Alcohol Stoves Reconsidered
August 22, 6:04pm

"Shoes, boots or whatever really need to have a stable foot plate. Shoes for trail running or hiking shoes or boots... Definitely more than a street running shoe or OMG five fingers... (We rec...

In Philmont » Sleeping bags and footwear for Philmont
August 22, 5:52pm

All Reader Reviews by M B

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Melanzana micro grid hoody
very light, very warm, very comfortable. great design. A bit pricey, but worth it for the use I get out of it.

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - SYNTHETIC
March 19, 9:27pm

Western Mountaineering Megalite
Roomy, warm, true to rating , or better if shift down to top to maximize loft when sleeping on good R value pad. I sleep cold with a pretty low bodyfat percentage. After shifting most down to to...

In Sleeping Bags - Mummy & Other
December 09, 2:50pm