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Big Mid in rain
As Brad said "I'd consider the Supermid with your (Duomid) insert." This is the best solution I think, as it gives you the same set up as when you use the Duomid solo. I have a Shangr...

In GEAR » 'mids in the rain
September 18, 6:45pm

MID in rain
It seems to me a Duomid (used for one person) would perform well in vertical rain when used as described by Thom. Probably not much different from other shelter types where the porch area gets wet ...

In GEAR » 'mids in the rain
September 18, 5:17pm

Mid in rain
I am not talking from actual experience here, but i have been thinking a lot about MIDs recently :). One option could be to get a MID that is one size up from the inner you are going to be using ef...

In GEAR » 'mids in the rain
September 18, 4:44pm

A really incredible achievement. The interview at was very interesting.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » We broke David's PCT record by "Scott Williamson"
September 16, 3:49am

+1 to the comments above. Also you can do an unbeatable giant turtle impression. I would say that they could be a bit wider at the top for side sleepers. Also I have added a couple of Arc type stra...

In GEAR » Jacks R Better No Sniveller Quilt
September 10, 3:03am

Hi Franco, I am wearing Icebreaker as I type and wear it almost every day - so I am doing my bit for buy NZ :).

In GEAR » The use of chest packs to distribute weight?
September 08, 8:47pm

chest packs
My camera chest pack sat in between the shoulder straps and was close to the chest - hence the problems I found. The Aarn system seems to get round these problems well. As Aarn packs are made right...

In GEAR » The use of chest packs to distribute weight?
September 08, 8:16pm

chest packs
I have used a camera chest pack, but found that in warm too hot weather I got very over heated and sweaty and gave up on the idea. However, it seems to work well for many people and in cool/cold we...

In GEAR » The use of chest packs to distribute weight?
September 08, 5:52pm

Shock and awe
I think nutfancy is taking the shock and awe approach to backpacking. I also like the way he refers to himself in the third person, like a boxer. However, each to his own I say, as long as you get ...

In GEAR » SUH Backpacking...
September 07, 5:19pm

Entrance to bug bivy
I have been thinking of getting one of these in combo with a Duomid, but the zip being on the top looks a bit awkward to me in terms of getting in and out. Apart from that it looks like a good way ...

In GEAR » MLD Bug Bivy Modification
September 05, 4:16pm

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Jacks R Better Fast and very helpful
Arrived quickly all the way to New Zealand and looks very well made.

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
April 16, 4:11am