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YAMABUSHI !
(THUNDERHORSE) - F
Winter Walking G-List on 12/29/2009 22:09:52 MST Print View

Winter Walking


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YAMABUSHI !
(THUNDERHORSE) - F
too hrd to read? on 12/29/2009 22:18:23 MST Print View

GEAR LIST Weight (LB) Weight (oz) The Why
Packs
GoLite Jam2 (size M) 1 9.6
Z-rest (cut to 2 panels) for sit'n 2
Clothing Systems

Lower Body
EMS MTN Pants 1 7.6
CW-X Insulator 3/4 tights 8.7

Upper Body
Millet Fleece 13.3
T&T 1/4 zip l3 10.3 CWeather Base Layer
Patagonia Nano Puff 9.7

Accessories
Marmot Gloves 6.8 good dexterity while climbing
Burton Mitts 7.3 replacements, Super warm
Looong Wool Scarf 5.3 Warm, looks cool in the wind
MTN Hware Fox Hat 3.8 looks like a kitsune
Tilley Winter Hat 5.3 Best!
OR Gaiters 8.3

S - Summit Large Stuff Sack 1

Outerwear Systems
Montane Down Parka 800 1 3.7 Light Belay Jacket
TNF Heathen 14.9 Climbing

Hydration Systems
OR Water Bottle Warmer 3.7 Cool/Hot
Bolthouse 1L bottle 1.1 Size,weight,dimensions

Food Planning
S - Summit grocery bag 1.6
Food (Varies)
Zone Bar (sample) 2.6 favorite

FirstAid/Misc/Meds
Asthma Inhaler 1.3 yup
Meds/Vitamins 0.5 see above
Super Glue 0.3
E-Lite headlamp w/o cover 1
Athletic Tape 1.3
V Classic (see thru Blue) 0.8
Bic Lighter 0.8
Bandana 1
Heatsheet E-Blanket 4.1

Assorted Gear
B.D. Raven Pro Piolet 1 0.7 Riddle of Steel
B.D. Contact Crampons 1 15

Photography Stuff
Camera- ELPH 6.7
Homemade Camera Case 0.4
GorillaPod Tripod 1.6

Navigation
Suunto Compass 1.4
Average Tyvek map 0.6

Alti/Compass/Barom/Watch 3.2
Phone 5.5

Totals: 5 172.8

Total Weight (pounds): 15.8

Dan Durston
(dandydan) - M

Locale: Cascadia
Gear List on 12/30/2009 00:28:41 MST Print View

How does your Jam2 weigh 9.6oz? These packs are 20-25oz from GoLite. Did you do some impressive chopping?

You've got a pound between your gloves and mittens. This seems excessive. Since you're just doing day trips I would only bring one of these.

The 'loong' 5oz scarf seems impractical since most of it just hangs there. A neckwarmer would do the same function for much less weight, but it also wouldn't flap in the wind with so much class.

Why do you need two hats for a day trip?

Do you need crampons?

Edited by dandydan on 12/30/2009 00:29:11 MST.

YAMABUSHI !
(THUNDERHORSE) - F
Re: Gear List on 12/30/2009 01:36:20 MST Print View

Glove/Mitten weight is up there but i generally find myself climbing quite a bit and the gloves provide more dexterity but less warmth... and keeping warm dry hands is far easier with both pairs...

perhaps if i had a pair of gloves warm enough to rival my current mitts i could loose the second pair

Yeah a balaclava would do the trick but...

“To do a dull thing with style-now THAT'S what I call art.”
Charles Bukowski

so the tweed scarf rocks on for now

two hats for temp regulation but I suppose one would take care of my needs... so one it is

Definately need crapmons...

I have microspikes and use em when possible.

YAMABUSHI !
(THUNDERHORSE) - F
Bump on 01/04/2010 22:41:25 MST Print View

ed up.