Lawson, plus one on the 1/8" pads, but at 72", leaving you free to cut it down or use the material that you don't need for extra projects. GG charges too much shipping to justify buying small things from them. I love my gossamer gear evazote 1/8, except for it being too short, it's one of my favorite products, I can easily see why the other seller sold those by a huge margin over others, frame pad, sit pad, air mattress under pad/protector, lie pad for relaxing, and all at just around 2oz. I got a 3/16" plastazote from I think oware, that is nice but the foam is clearly not as strong as the evazote, but is much lighter, but has great r value in theory. Excellent material by the way for UL small backpack straps, the plastazote stuff that is. However, I found the evazote to be a really good foam material, how is the stuff you are using in comparison, toughness, flexibility, resilience, etc?
Plus 8, or however many I have bought from you, on the titanium stakes, though I'd like to see them half sharpened, into a cone type tip with a flat end, better insertion into hard ground. Your titanium is HARD, my files could barely get it down, took a long time per stake, that's a positive too, this is good grade titanium.
Mcnett smart suds, sold under the Outgo brand. This stuff is impossible to find online almost with reasonable shipping, REI doesn't carry it, I had to buy it from a motorhome junk site, and now get their spam mail all the time. Odorless soap, that is. A small item, but it was much harder to locate than it should have been. I asked Joe V if he was interested in carrying it, and he said he doesn't use it so didn't want to bother with it, makes sense, but I think there's a market there.
I am quite interested in a 1" foam pad, I do not love much about the new thin thermarest, neoair or prolite, stuff other than their weight and packed size. The one thing, that would be quite funny in terms of us going full circle, is the thought of all these UL backpackers carrying the big rolls of foam pad outside their backpack. But the thought of being able to remove the need to be so careful clearing sharp things from under pad is nice, as well as never having to worry about a flat. Slow leaks aren't really fixable in the field I think unless you are lucky, bigger holes, yes.
But the size is going to be a major consideration, let's see... for 20x72, starting at 8" flat, folding, means about 6"x12" thick by 20" for a 1". Rolled would be a roll around 10" or so I guess. That means strapping under pack, or on side, or on back. Top would be annoying. Sounds like the old external frames with extension under sack. Or something like I think it was Zimmer with his bear can under pack design, except with more room to roll the pad. My guess is a lot of people won't want to have that aesthetic issue of their nice ul pack with a big old pad stuck on it.
Also wondr about walking in rain, you don't want to have to dry the pad, so it would need some type of protection if carried outside of pac, and if inside, then the pak needs to be something like 2" bigger in diameter to hold it if it's put inside. I can't remember how I used to do my old 1/2" foam pad back in the day with rain, was a long time ago. Maybe it was largely water resistant and a quick wipe would get rid of the rain water?
What's the compression like with weight on it for 3/4 or 1"? Compared to a 3/4 or 1" thermarest self inflator? ie, side sleeping, hipbone, shoulder digging into pad.
I would have said the lineloc 3 side release buckles and the d ring cord things, but zimmerbuilt just started to carry items like that on his website and there probably isn't a need for more suppliers given the small number that will sell.
A range of rasant threads, the kind Roger like? 75 and 120 types? Probably not economical to carry all the colors, but those are mentioned by him all the time here. I'd say the range of tex 40 gutermann in 765 yd spools but diygearsupply seems to be carrying more colors of that now so maybe it would just make sense for him to expand his inventory of colors than to compete in a small market. But nobody in the myog supply place is selling rasant from what I see.