Torso length, wide inflatable sleeping pads. Something around 10oz would be nice.
Mountains in Michigan :-)
For the times I do get into the Sierra Parks, a sub 1# ,7 days of food bear canister. I have to believe this can be done.
Edited by lakneremu on 06/02/2014 19:22:42 MDT.
"Mountains in Michigan :-) " Perhaps i'm being greedy in lieu of the above, but i want real mountains in VA (and a longer, colder winter would be nice).
If we are playing that game, I'd like a mountain in London ;)
Justin,I have a sneaking suspicion that Stephen M. would gladly trade you some of his cold Michigan winter weather for some of your not quite "real" Virginia mountains! :)
You got that right Derek :-)
Ditto on a truly ultralight umbrella using reflective material (needs to not degrade due to UV) and carbon fiber. I'd love to cut my chrome dome weight in half.
Edited by mwgillenwater on 06/03/2014 15:21:13 MDT.
Short wide mat with a decent R value.
"A sub 1# ,7 days of food bear canister."I'm sure someone could take and Ursack like soft bag and incorporate a hard screw on top.Think that's the only way to get to 1#.Would love to see it work.
"A sub 1# ,7 days of food bear canister."+1, but I'm not sure the technology exists.
An ultralight lumbar pack similar to the Mountainsmith Day (including cinching down to control bouncing) that doesn't take up significant space in my luggage when I travel.
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