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FS: Katabatic Sawatch, Reg/wide, like new
Hey all, I have a like-new Katabatic sawatch, catch and release from here, with one previous owner. Was first purchased last fall from Katabatic, and I bought it in December. I'm hesitant to se...

In Gear Swap » FS: Katabatic Sawatch, Reg/wide, like new
April 19, 6:30pm

duly noted
Moving it now...

In GEAR » FS: Katabatic Sawatch, reg/wide
April 19, 6:29pm

FS: Katabatic Sawatch, reg/wide
Hey all, I have a like-new Katabatic sawatch, catch and release from here, with one previous owner. Was first purchased last fall from Katabatic, and I bought it in December. I'm hesitant to se...

In GEAR » FS: Katabatic Sawatch, reg/wide
April 19, 6:00pm

Re: candle
Cheers, guys. Thanks, that was super helpful. A candle sounds great for this purpose. I will hold onto my pyramid tarp for the ti stove use.

In Winter Hiking » Fires and stoves in snow shelters
April 18, 5:28pm

RE: fire
Thanks Roger, I guess I'm not talking about a full fledged fire per say, or a fully enclosed snow shelter, but more of a backpackable wood stove in a snow trench with a tarp roof, perhaps in t...

In Winter Hiking » Fires and stoves in snow shelters
April 17, 9:21pm

Fires and stoves in snow shelters
For those with experience with snow trenches, caves, and the like: How feasible is having a fire or using a stove in a snow trench or other shelter? How about a hot tent type stove? At what temp...

In Winter Hiking » Fires and stoves in snow shelters
April 14, 1:39pm

Re: shelter
You might add enough tape to compress the ankle, a sit pad, and a down vest or jacket... Ideally you'd be elevating the ankle too, which may prove difficult with such a minimal setup.

In GEAR » Emergency shelter with lower extremity injury
April 13, 9:26pm

Re:emergency shelter
Dennis, a small candle and emergency blanket would be a light and small packing solution. Check here: http://www.backpackinglight.com/cgi-bin/backpackinglight/forums/thread_display.html?forum_threa...

In GEAR » Emergency shelter with lower extremity injury
April 13, 9:19pm

Re: wearing a quilt
I haven't tried this at 0F, but yeah I can imagine a lighter down jacket would pair well with this setup. I was warm to about 15 wearing just the 40F quilt a cap 4 hoody and 200 wt tights, whil...

In Winter Hiking » what would a 10 # base weight look for a winter trip?
April 08, 7:42pm

Wearing an overquilt
Hey Mike, I've been impressed with how wearable the EE Revelation quilts are, especially with a quilt strap worn as a belt. The shock cord at either end can be synched around the waist, and ...

In Winter Hiking » what would a 10 # base weight look for a winter trip?
April 08, 3:24pm

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