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Dan Durston (dandydan) - BPL Premium Member

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CityThunder Bay
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My Website URLhttp://www.motorscooterguide.net
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All Forum Posts by Dan Durston

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Shipping
"I've never really bothered trying to sell gear to people in the u.s. I figure tracked shipping would add too much cost." Without tracking, you can ship stuff up to 1kg (2.2lbs) t...

In GEAR » Canadian dollar hurts, ouch!
January 24, 11:37am

Canadian Dollar
On the flip side, now is a great time to be selling gear. Selling a $100 item nets Canadians $125.

In GEAR » Canadian dollar hurts, ouch!
January 23, 10:06pm

UL Down Jacket
An external frame pack (claims it weighed about 24 oz) A 0 degree down bag (3 lbs) A foam pad (1 lb) A tube tent (1 lb - often shared with someone else) Sierra cup (?) Nylon windbreaker (?) ...

In GEAR » UL ideas that Died
January 22, 10:09am

PCT Gearlist
"1) Good to know I can nix the liner, though I think I need to seam seal my pack first. 2) The Unaweep may be overkill, but it's the lightest pack that I could find that is comfortable fo...

In Gear Lists » PCT 2015. Suggestions Welcome.
January 21, 7:24pm

Snow trip
Nice shelter! I've been meaning to try a pulk.

In Post-Trip Reports » snowshoes, snow trenches, pulks- oh my!
January 19, 10:36pm

PCT
1) Nix the pack liner. With a cuben pack you don't need one. With a non-cuben pack I didn't need one until mid Washington. 2) The Unaweep is overkill for the PCT. It'll be nice on a ...

In Gear Lists » PCT 2015. Suggestions Welcome.
January 18, 10:45pm

DuoMid
FWIW, I like to angle the pole a bit to one side. If you want to do this you might need a little more length.

In GEAR » pole length for duomid?
January 18, 10:27pm

Routes
I don't see routes much shorter than the mid 90's unless you're drawing a route on Google Earth rather than using the trail distances on the Cairn maps, or if you're using a few off...

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » 2015 Bob Marshall Wilderness Open
January 15, 3:04pm

BMWO
Great stuff! It's gonna be awesome.

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » 2015 Bob Marshall Wilderness Open
January 13, 8:49pm

DeLorme
Geez Doug that DeLorme looks huge. I'm scared for mine to arrive.

In GEAR » DeLorme inReach SE: Tracks Well on a Pack Strap?
January 10, 7:46pm

All Reader Reviews by Dan Durston

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MEC BRIO
I dunno what the other reviewer is thinking. The Brio is an entry level pack that is not intended to be light weight at all. It weighs 2.1kg (4.5lbs) for the 50 liter (3000c"). A similar pack but...

In Backpacks - Internal Frame
June 04, 12:25am

MSR Carbon Reflex 2
I've spent about 10 nights in this tent. What I like: - Carbon Fibre Poles are ridiculously light - 10,000mm waterproof floor is impressive for an UL tent - Overall trail weight under 3 l...

In Shelters - Double Wall Tents
June 03, 11:27pm

Princeton Tec Apex
This light is unreal if you need a huge amount of light for hiking at night. I use this light with NiMH 2700mAh batteries and the life is good. If I run it on 3 watt high I get a couple hours. If y...

In Lights - Flashlights & Headlamps
May 12, 12:00am

Mountain Equipment Co-op (Canada)
I'm a very happy MEC customer. The prices there are always great and the MEC branded products are usually quite good and even innovative despite their low cost. @ Richard who said: "All p...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
May 11, 11:51pm

MSR MIOX
I've had a Miox for over 2 years now and I've generally been happy with it. The battery life is excellent. As long as my batteries are relatively new, I have no worries about going on a we...

In Hydration - Water Treatment
May 09, 7:15pm