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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 http://www.thecleanestline.com 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

+1 to the question above (except I live in New Zealand). The Duomid will be perfect for my use I think.

In GEAR » MLD DuoMid / SuperMid Insert
September 04, 9:25pm

If you only occasionally need the fleece for cold rain I would consider getting the jacket and then also carrying the fleece for those few times when you think extended cold rain is possible. The f...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » mid-layer struggles
September 01, 1:23pm

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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