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Updated 2nd Summer UL List
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Ryan S.
(badscooter)

Locale: New England
Updated 2nd Summer UL List on 03/22/2013 00:14:38 MDT Print View

My Gear List for my second summer of UL backpacking. I almost always backpack with a partner and that the odd weights for the Quarter Dome reflect that.


Final 3 Season Ultralight Backpacking List (3 Day)

Site Weight-108oz

Osprey Hornet 46-25oz
Exped Synmat UL7=16oz
Quarter Dome T2 Plus Poles/Fly= 43oz
Marmot Atom Sleeping Bag+-24oz + Dry Sack=24.4oz

Cook Set-8.1oz

Snow Peak Titanium Pot & Cover-4.5oz
Sea to Summit Alpha Light Spork-.3oz
Vaseline Cotton Ball Film Canister-.2oz (Firestarting Tool)
Lighter/Matches -1 oz
Salt & Pepper Shaker-.5oz
Snow Peak Litemax-1.8oz


Pen-.2oz
Fishing Vial-.5oz
MSR Pack Towel-1.5oz
3mm Niteline (50 Ft)-2.5oz
Herbal Armor Bug Spray-1.5oz
Toothbrush/Dr. Bronner’s-3oz
Sawyer Squeeze Water Filter +Platypus-4oz
Snow Peak Snowminer Headlamp-3.5oz
Sunto MC2 Pro Compass-2.65oz

Medical
First Aid Kit-3.5oz

Clothing & Assorted Carried (Worn 69.2oz)

REI OXT-5oz
Kuhl Liberator Convertible Pant-10oz
Smartwool PHD Socks-2oz
ExOfficio Boxers-3oz
Sunglasses-1oz
Buff Headband-1.9oz
Benchmade Griptilian 5.1-3.25oz
Iphone 4 +Mophie Juice Pack Pro-10.8oz
REI Traverse Powerlock Poles-20.8oz
Merrell Moab Waterproof Low Hiking Shoes-24oz


Carry Weight-38oz
Mountain Hardwear Plasmic Rain Jacket-10oz
REI OXT Shirt-5oz
Kuhl Liberator Convertible Pant Bottoms-4oz
Marmot Driclime (Insulator)-8oz
Smartwool PHD Socks-2oz
Smartwool Long Sleeve Zip Top-9oz


Base Weight (In pack)-11.07 LBS
Out of Body Weight-15.39 LBS

I'm fairly happy with this. I've dropped around 2 lbs from last summer's gear list. I will easily be under 20 LBS for a three day jaunt, not too bad.

Randy Martin
(randalmartin) - F

Locale: Colorado
Re: Updated 2nd Summer UL List on 03/22/2013 00:47:04 MDT Print View

If you are happy, that's what counts. You have 3-4 lbs you could save in your big 3 shelter/sleep/backpack but that gets pricey. But if you focus on just one, Shelter, you have huge weight saving opportunity (almost 2lbs). 16oz is plenty for a good 1-2 person shelter (Hexamid Twin). Even less if you go with a Tarp. But I am sure you already know that.

Edited by randalmartin on 03/22/2013 03:01:28 MDT.