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Timo Anttalainen
(timoa)

Locale: Finland, Espoo
My gear list on 04/05/2010 09:38:24 MDT Print View

<-- in my profile.

Temperatures 30-70F /0-20C. Hiking in finland under treeline.
First aid & surval 200 grams include:
-First aid
-Toilet paper
-Small knife
-Water treament
-Tooth brush
-Tape
etc...

Any comments?

Mike Clelland
(mikeclelland) - MLife

Locale: The Tetons (via Idaho)
short gear list? on 04/05/2010 10:08:32 MDT Print View

I am confused? What are you asking? Please be more specific.

Thanks!

Timo Anttalainen
(timoa)

Locale: Finland, Espoo
Not short, it´s in my profile on 04/05/2010 10:21:24 MDT Print View

In my profile is full gearlist!

"First aid & surval 200 grams include:
-First aid
-Toilet paper
-Small knife
-Water treament
-Tooth brush
-Tape
etc..."

This is only notice what is inside my sea to summit 2 liter bag
"First Aide & Survival STS 2l toilet, repair etc.. "

Full list is in my profile and need toughts of that.

Dean F.
(acrosome) - MLife

Locale: Back in the Front Range
One thing, really: on 04/05/2010 11:58:07 MDT Print View

The trek poles are a bit on the heavy side.

Otherwise:

Why do you need a case for your camera? It's waterproof. Granted it only weighs 0.67oz, but I just toss mine in my pocket. (I also have an Optio waterproof.)

You can find lighter shoes, if you are so inclined.

I also have a GoLite Jam, and I'm considering replacing it with one of the MLD packs to save some weight. Gossamer Gear makes lighter packs too.

If you don't do a lot of night hiking (but you may, living in Finland) you probably don't need the Petzl. You can save 2.5oz with a LED light.

Everything else I can come up with to critique comes down to personal style. I also assume that you're not taking all of this in warmer weather.

If I know Finns, that "small knife" is a puuko you can spear goats with. :o)

Have fun.

Edited by acrosome on 04/05/2010 12:05:09 MDT.

Timo Anttalainen
(timoa)

Locale: Finland, Espoo
Weather in finland on 04/05/2010 12:14:42 MDT Print View

Weather in finland is some times suprising. Mid summer in south is quite warm. Never under 50F /10C, but sometimes it is possible to go near 41F/5C. And heavy rain.
Summer temperatures are above 50F/10C about 3 months usually. That why i have so much clothes.

Trekking poles.
Very heavy, but i have these all ready. And i can use these in winter snowshoe trips. I was thinking if i make lighter carbon poles some day.

Camera case.
Pentax is waterproof, but i want something to cover lenses and LCD display.

Shoes.
I going to get xa pro 3d whitout gore.

Jam2.
I also have golite ion to summer/short trips.

Petzl and night hiking.
Mid summer i dont need lamp at all. Spring and autumn good light is necessary.

Small knife is victorinox classic.

Edited by timoa on 04/05/2010 12:39:59 MDT.