2nd use for a NeoAir
Display Avatars Sort By:
Nate Ward
(tdaward) - F

Locale: The woods of the South
2nd use for a NeoAir on 06/15/2010 21:21:59 MDT Print View

Found it's second use...now I can keep carrying it....floating in Lake Texoma

Steven Evans
(Steve_Evans) - MLife

Locale: Canada
Re: 2nd use for a NeoAir on 06/15/2010 21:30:23 MDT Print View

Awesome...no need for a packraft. :)

Travis Leanna
(T.L.) - MLife

Locale: Wisconsin
Re: Re: 2nd use for a NeoAir on 06/15/2010 21:36:05 MDT Print View

Hmmmm, someone needs to start making cupholders for these things.

Jeffs Eleven
(WoodenWizard) - F

Locale: Greater Mt Tabor
Re: 2nd use for a NeoAir on 06/15/2010 21:47:15 MDT Print View

Y'all doin some noodlin?

Eugene Smith
(Eugeneius) - MLife

Locale: Nuevo Mexico
"2nd use for a NeoAir" on 06/15/2010 21:53:48 MDT Print View

1 Neoair, couple yards of 3mm cord, 1 cuben tarp and a pair of trekking poles and you have yourself a nice sail pad.

Javan Dempsey
(jdempsey)

Locale: The-Stateless-Society
Re: "2nd use for a NeoAir" on 06/15/2010 22:02:46 MDT Print View

Third Use: Inflated or deflated asphyxiation homicide! =D

Fourth Use: Inflated only; Wind instrument fuel for lung-less musician.

Fifth Use: Semi Inflated; Giant VBL diaper for aged schizophrenic hiker (caution: requires cord or duct tape, but which aged schitzo hiker would leave home without these?).


On second thought, maybe I *do* need one of these things!

Roger Caffin
(rcaffin) - BPL Staff - MLife

Locale: Wollemi & Kosciusko NPs, Europe
Re: 2nd use for a NeoAir on 06/16/2010 02:54:47 MDT Print View

Ah yes - we (in Australia) call that 'liloing' after the old rubberised canvas airbeds. The next step is to do that in a canyon:

Lilo Jump in Wollangambee

For the Australians: Wollangambee canyon (easy). My wife Sue throwing herself off the big rock to paddle down the canyon. Wet suits required - a trifle cool ...

Cheers

Rick Dreher
(halfturbo) - MLife

Locale: Northernish California
Re: 2nd use for a NeoAir on 06/16/2010 11:29:48 MDT Print View

"Hmmmm, someone needs to start making cupholders for these things."

And thus, another cottage industry is born." :-)

Cheers,

Rick