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Re: Question - hands cold
First of all make sure you are keeping your core temperature up, because if your core temp dips you'll have a much harder time keeping your hand warm. As a guy who tends toward furnace when mov...

In Winter Hiking » Question - hands cold
December 08, 12:28pm

Re: Tunnel Tent
cookholes also went away because while handy in the snow they leaked like crazy if used in the rain and you got rain running under your floor. So okay on a dedicated snow tent but bad otherwise. Al...

In Make Your Own Gear » How hard is it to make a tunnel tent like the one in the photo.
December 08, 12:12pm

Re: Recommendations for a JMT or thru-hike book...
Not exactly a story of one person 's thru-hike, but it is about the JMT, and has gorgeous photos:

In GEAR » Recommendations for a JMT or thru-hike book...
December 08, 12:06pm

Re: How hard is it to make a tunnel tent like the one in the photo.
Like Roger says, making a good tunnel tent ain't easy (and he ought to know, as tunnel tents are the core of his oeuvre). As to the spacer idea and its validity, I have my doubts. Better, meth...

In Make Your Own Gear » How hard is it to make a tunnel tent like the one in the photo.
December 07, 4:28pm

Re: MSR Autoflow Gravity filter
That's not new, it's been out for quite a while.

In GEAR » MSR Autoflow Gravity filter
December 07, 4:07pm

goatskin good
+1 on the goatskin - light but tough. Also, the gloves I use for work (carpentry) might be pretty good - Grease Monkey Gorilla Grip. Not as tough as a leather glove, so they won't last as long ...

In GEAR » Recommendations for leather gloves for Southwest bushwacking
December 07, 2:57pm

Re: Alpina Alaska 75mm
I have yet to get my hands on a pair of Alaskas, but from what I have heard on another forum, you'd be pushing it to try to handle Annums with them. Epochs would be a better matchup probably.

In Winter Hiking » Backcountry touring ski upgrade
December 06, 10:16pm

Maybe this should get moved to the thread on "cheap things that work as good or better than expensive things".

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Comparison of the effects of gravity on various water containers.
December 06, 3:42pm

Thanks for the replies. Not being a coffee drinker I can do without any hot beverages if it's a summer trip. I've gone without cooking in the past a couple times and I liked the simplicity....

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » cook/no-cook: who has tried both and what weight diff did you find?
December 06, 3:37pm

Re: Jmt in May?
In a typical year, in early may about 90% of the JMT would be snow-covered - about the only part not covered would be the San Joaquin canyon, the bit from Happy Isles up to the top of the falls, an...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Jmt in May?
December 03, 10:04pm

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