Nov 7, 2010 at 10:15 am #1265216
@dwambaughLocale: Pacific Northwest
I would love to hear about your favorite gear:
Pack: Osprey Exos 46
Trekking poles: Black Diamond Approach flick locks
Shelter: SMD Gatewood
Sleeping bag: MH Lamina 20
Sleeping pad: Therm-a-Rest Prolite small + Z Seat
Rain shell: Patagonia Rainshadow
Rain pants: Marmot Precip
Windshirt: GoLite "original"
Base layer: GoLite C-Thru
Mid layer: MH Polartec Power Stretch zip tee
Insulation layer: MH Compressor
Pants: Outdoor Research Pursuit shoftshell
Shorts: Ex Officio Amphi Shorts
Button-down Shirt: Ex Officio Airstrip Lite
Shoes: Merrell Pulse II mid
Socks: Thorlos Everyday
Hat: Tilley T5
Gloves: MH Tempest
Stove: Coleman F1 (canister), Caldera Cone (alcohol)
Cookware: Brasslite ti 500ml pot, Snow Peak ti bowl, Lite My Fire ti spork, GSI Infinity Insulated mug
Water treatment: Steripen Protector, MicroPur MP-1 tablets, Katadyn Hiker Pro filter
Water container: Nalgene HDPE
Knife/multi-tool: Benchmade Griptilian, Leatherman Style CS, Victorinox paring knife
Compass: Suunto MC-2
Lighting: Fenix E01, Petzl e+lite
Camera: Pentax Optio W90Nov 7, 2010 at 10:37 am #1661889
Pack: ULA Circuit
Trekking poles: Gossamer Gear Lightrek 4
Shelter: TT DR 2010
Sleeping bag: WM Alder MF for Fall/Winter, Lafuma x600 for Spring/Summer
Sleeping pad: Kooka Bay Custom Mat
Rain shell: I just bring an 0.88 cent poncho. SUL.
Rain pants: See above
Windshirt: Marmot Driclime Windshirt
Base layer: GoLite Wildwood Trail Shirt
Mid layer: Patagonia Capilene 3
Insulation layer: Montbell Alpine Light Down Parka
Pants: REI Sierra Convertible Pants
Shorts: Pants are zip off
Shoes: Solomon XA 3d pro ultras
Socks: Wright Sock Coolmesh II Quarter Socks
Hat: MH Transition
Gloves: MH Powerstretch
Stove: Snowpeak Gigapower Ti
Cookware: Anything from Evernew
Water treatment: Frontier Pro in gravity mode
Water container: Evernew
Knife/multi-tool: Gerber LST
Camera: Panasonic Lumix ZS7Nov 7, 2010 at 12:10 pm #1661905
Wow this is a lot of categories….
Pack: ULA Ohm* (all around pack), Zpacks Zero w water btl pkts (SUL pack)
Trekking poles: GG LT4's (3 season)
Shelter: HMG Echo I*
Sleeping bag: GoLite Ultra 20*
Sleeping pad: NeoAir Small*
Rain shell: undecided
Rain pants: MYOG CT3.5K.18 Cuben
Windshirt: Montbell UL Windshirt
Base layer: The lightest, quickest drying synthetic (ie. GoLite DriMove Lite)
Mid layer: don't use
Insulation layer: Montbell Ex-Light Vest (summer), not sure for 3 season
Pants: not sure
Shorts: don't use
Shoes: not sure
Socks: DeFeet Levitator Lite Low*
Hat: OR Seattle Sombrero or something similar but lighter
Gloves: Thin wool gloves
Stove: Tri Ti Caldera Cone with 12-10 Stove*
Cookware: Evernew 900ml (solo) or 1.3L (two people)
Water treatment: AquaTabs
Water container: Platy or light plastic water bottle
Knife/multi-tool: Baladeo 22g
GPS: don't use
Lighting: Zebralight H51 (if maybe night hiking) or Petzl e+Lite (for around camp)
* = Exceptional gear that I highly recommend. The other items are either good but not outstanding, or I don't have enough experience with to highly recommend.Nov 7, 2010 at 12:52 pm #1661913
Pack: Mchale LBP
Trekking poles: Black Diamond Contour
Shelter: MLD SoloMid
Sleeping bag: Golite 3 Season Quilt
Sleeping pad: Neo Air
Rain shell: OR Zealot
Rain pants: None
Base layer: First Ascent Paradise Hoody
Mid layer: Mamot Super Hero Softshell
Insulation layer: BPL Cocoon Hoody
Pants: Cloudveil Prospector
Shoes: Montrail Stratos
Hat: OR Sun hat
Gloves: OR pl100
Stove: Monatauk Gnat
Cookware: MLD 800 pot
Water treatment: Micropur tabs
Water container: Platypus
Knife/multi-tool: Fallniven F1
GPS: NoneNov 7, 2010 at 1:00 pm #1661917
Pack: Just sold some packs, waiting on spring to try something new. That MLD burn looks pretty sweet for most of my trips: 2-4 days)
Trekking poles: REI Peak UL – no locking/slipping issues with mine. Have been very durable for me.
Shelter: GG the one
Sleeping bag: WM megalite
Sleeping pad: neoair (L)
Rain shell: Rab drillium
Rain pants: undecided (use golite reeds)
Windshirt: undecided (use montane marathon)
Base layer: Patty Cap 1 / Icebreaker 150
Mid layer: Patty Cap 2 / Icebreaker 200
Insulation layer: Patty R1 hoody / EB FA downlight
Pants: undecided (would like some Arcteryx gamma lt’s, but too spendy for me right now)
Shorts: Arcteryx rampart long
Shoes: Inov-8 x-talon 212
Socks: drymax lightweight trail running / icebreaker hike lite mini
Hat: Patty trim brim
Cookware: Evernew 900ml
Water treatment: Steripen opti
Water container: platy 1 & 2 liter
Knife/multi-tool: SOG flash I
Compass: Brunton button
GPS: Garmin 60CSx
Camera: undecidedNov 7, 2010 at 1:25 pm #1661921
Only just got out of high school and havent had a lot of access to different types of gear but ill list the things that i have had good luck with
trekking poles: exped alpinlites
pack: kathmandu katabatic (only 35L), havent used my big pack much
rain jacket: arc teryx theta ar, not very light but havent got wet so far, have had some other jackets that are lighter but they have all soaked through after a while
rain pants: mont austral pants, again not the lightest but a bit heavier duty for bushwhacking
socks: rei light hikers are pretty versatile
shirt: some sort of marmot running shirt
have recently got a lot of new gear so hopefully be able to fill in all of the other items in the next couple of monthsNov 7, 2010 at 1:36 pm #1661922
@ikeLocale: Central Michigan
My gear list is constantly evolving, but there are a few things that are "definites", so perfect in weight and function that they are not likely to be exchanged any time soon. I'll omit the stuff I don't have such strong feelings about.
Pack: MLD Burn!!! (for any trip with resupply options within 5 days). I'd like to do the AT with this pack)
Trekking poles: Don't need em
Shelter: Poncho tarp (MLD pro)
Sleeping bag: WM summerlite
Sleeping pad: Neoair short for comfort. Ridgerest cut to torso (4 oz) size when weight is priority.
Rain shell: poncho tarp above
Rain pants: none
Windshirt: yes. Montbell UL wind parka currently, but open to trying the houdini when available.
Base layer: any microweight merino (smartwool spring/fall, ibex indie for winter)
Mid layer. Capilene 3 (winter only)
Insulation layer: Patagonia Nano Puff
Pants: Columbia Titanium Convertible
Cookware: The new BPL 550 SUL is not likely to be surpassed. Perfect size, weight, and form for my solo hikes. Really nicely done.
Water treatment: aqua mira tabs
Water container: cheapo 1 L water bottle
Knife/multi-tool: I agree with Dave- Fallkniven F1 is my favorite. I carry a Mora classic though for weight savings.Nov 7, 2010 at 3:55 pm #1661954
Pack: 3 season-Golite Pinnacle, 4 season/alpine-Kelty Phantom full spectra (circa 1998), home-made Gossamer Gear G4.
Trekking poles: Black Diamond flick-loc
Shelter: Warbonnet Blackbird (below tree line), Modified Golite Hex 3 (above tree line), old Sierra Designs Stretch Dome (Winter/heavy snow).
Sleeping bag: Exped Wallcreeper, custom Bigfoot quilt, various under quilts for hammock, Marmot Never Summer (winter).
Sleeping pad: Exped 3/4 down mat, Gossamer Gear Thinlighte pad(when on the ground)
Rain shell:Custom poncho, TNF Apex soft shell jacket.
Rain pants: Arc'tyrex Gamma LT soft shells.
Windshirt: REI OXT bike jacket–3.5 oz.
Base layer: No-name synthetics.
Mid layer: No-name fleece.
Insulation layer: Marmot Guide's down vest, Eddie Bauer down vest, LL Bean down jacket (winter).
Pants: REI Sahara or Arc'terx gamma LT soft shells, Utilikilt.
Shoes:Keen Tarkhees, TNF Hedgehogs, NB Country Walkers Waterproof.
Socks:Alpaca wool socks.
Hat:Golite Team cap.
Gloves: REI wool mittens/finger-less gloves (3 season), Outdoor Research Snowline gloves (winter).
Stove: Vargo Jet-Ti canister, Brunton remote fuel line (winter w/Vargo Jet-Ti), Vargo Triad alcohol stove (3 season).
Cookware: Ancient Open Country pot/lid (3.5 oz.).
Water treatment: Aquamira Drops.
Water container: Platty (3 season), home-made aluminum bottles for winter (Coors cans with screw off lids).
Knife/multi-tool: Mora Miki w/custom sheath, Gerber LST, Swiss Army Classic.
Compass: Brunton 12 NL compass.
GPS: Nope..map/compass only.
Camera:Fuji FinePix XP10 waterproof/shockproof digital.
BFNov 7, 2010 at 7:33 pm #1662038
@skopeoLocale: British Columbia
…Nov 7, 2010 at 7:47 pm #1662044
@dangLocale: Pacific Northwet
Pack: ULA Ohm
Trekking poles: GG LT4
Shelter:MLD speedmid/netting skirt
Sleeping bag:BPL/Nunatak arc-x (similar to arc specialist)
Sleeping pad:exped downmat though I typically use a Prolite plus 48 inch
Rain shell:Rainshield 02
Rain pants:Golite Whim
Windshirt:OR hooded pullover (not sure model number)
Base layer:Patagonia wool2
Mid layer: none
Insulation layer:Cocoon Hoodie
Pants:Railrider extreme adventure
Hat:OR baseball cap or bandana
Gloves:Rab ? model
Compass:basic silva baseplate model
Camera:casio (don't know model number)
================Nov 7, 2010 at 8:04 pm #1662047
Pack: McHale Chasm (if I had to pick only one)
Trekking poles: Leki ultra-lites, non anti-shock
Shelter: MLD Grace Duo Spinntex Tarp
Sleeping bag: Nunatak Arc Specialist Epic
Sleeping pad: Neo-Air
Rain shell: Marmot Pre-cip
Rain pants: OR ?
Base layer: Patagonia #2
Mid layer Patagonia #3
Insulation layer: Montbell Thermawrap parka
Pants: REI Shara
Shorts: REI Shara, same as above
Shoes: Montrail Hurricane Ridge, Montrail Torre GTX
Socks: Darn Tough
Gloves: REI ?
Stove: Jet Boil, (Caldera Cone,Fosters can,Gram Cracker Esbit stove)
Cookware: JetBoil, MLD 850ML mug, MSR. Titan Kettle
Water treatment: Aqua Mira
Water container: 1 qt Gator-Aid's, 1 liter platty's, 2-3 liter platty's with hyd. tube
Compass: Silva ?
Camera: Nikon Coolpix ?Nov 7, 2010 at 8:12 pm #1662051
@verberLocale: San Francisco Bay Area
I don't have time right now to rethink such a list… but my perfect (or nearly so) gear covers many of these categories.
–markNov 8, 2010 at 4:52 am #1662116
@davecLocale: Crown of the Continent
Pack: One of my homemade ones, Talon 22
Trekking poles: Homemade, GosGear grips on fiberglass XC ski poles
Shelter: MLD Trailstar
Sleeping bag: Western Mountaineering, BPL synthetic
Sleeping pad: Ridgerest
Rain shell: Arc'teryx Alpha SL pullover
Rain pants: Montane Featherlite
Base layer: Cap 2
Mid layer powerstretch hoody
Insulation layer: pile hoody, Patagonia DAS
Pants: Patagonia Traverse
Shorts: Patagonia Ultra
Shoes: LaSportiva Crossleather
Socks: Darn Tough 1/4 crew
Hat: Headsweats visor
Gloves: OR Omni
Stove: BPL ti wing
Water treatment: Sweetwater
Water container: Nalgene
Knife/multi-tool: Tiny Gerber, Swistec Tool
Compass: Suunto MCA
Camera: Canon S90Nov 8, 2010 at 5:54 am #1662123
Interesting to see lack of GPS in so many lists. Maps are cool!Nov 8, 2010 at 6:14 am #1662127
@mocs123Locale: Southeast Tennessee
Pack: Six Moon Designs Swift ‘10
Trekking poles: Gossamer Gear LT4
Shelter: Gossamer Gear SpinnShelter
Sleeping bag: Golite Ultra 20
Sleeping pad: Thermarest Ridgerest
Rain shell: DriDucks
Rain pants: Golite Reed
Windshirt: Montane Aero
Base layer: Mountain Hardwear Wicked T
Mid layer: None
Insulation layer: Mont-Bell UL Down Inner Jacket
Pants: REI Sierra Convertible
Shorts: Under Armor Running Shorts
Shoes: Salomon XA Pro 3D Ultra
Socks: Smartwool Adrenaline 1/4
Hat: Mountain Hardwear Micro Dome
Gloves: Mountain Hardwear Power Stretch Gloves
Stove: Trail Designs Caldera Cone
Cookware: Backpacking Light Firelite 550
Water treatment: Aquamira
Water container: Gatorade Bottle
Knife/multi-tool: Spyderco Ladybug
Compass: Sunnto M-2
Camera: Olympus Stylus 720WP (maybe not the best, but has served me well for over 4 years)Nov 8, 2010 at 6:17 am #1662129
@fre49Locale: France, vallée de la Loire
I hiked 5% solo, 95% with my wife, now we are starting to hike with a 4 years old.
Pack: didnt found one i was 100% happy with
Trekking poles: Komperdell KC3
Shelter: spinntwinn / kifaru paratipi / shangri la5 depending of number of people , and expected conditions
Sleeping bag: valandré mirage short zip
Sleeping pad: neoair
Rain shell: rab drillium or vertical shelter ultra depending of condtions
Rain pants: vertical mp+
Base layer:silkbody / BPL hoodie / driza bone 270g/m2 from hot to well below freezing
Mid layer : usualy none if one : arcteryx delta LT zip
Insulation layer: cocoon vest / hoodie / nunatak skaha+ from 3 seasons to alpine winter
Pants: summer still testing,
winter schoffel glenwood
Shorts:i dont use shorts
Shoes:best fit for me is lowa renegade, still searching something lighter and comfortable
Socks:summer : xsock, winter smartwool midweight
Hat: still testing
Gloves: icebreaker 200 + BPL VB mitts + odlo undergloves if alpine winter
Stove: Bushbuddy when possible, primus express spider otherwise
Cookware: BPL sul 1100
Water treatment:micropure forte
Knife/multi-tool:ladybug , fallkniven wm1 sometimes ( like when fishing and doing fires )
Compass: plain silva 26g
GPS:usualy none except when snowshoeing or countries with only 1/200 000 maps… then etrex legend C
Camera: olympus EP2Nov 8, 2010 at 6:22 am #1662131
@benwoodLocale: flatlands of MO
Pack:MLD super prophet
Trekking poles:carbon komperdells
Shelter:um, so far squall classic from gossamer gear
Sleeping bag:JRB shenandoah
Sleeping pad:z-lite, suluk46 pf
Rain shell:marmot mica
Rain pants: ?
Base layer: capilene 2 or smartwool l/s zip
Mid layer: capilene 3
Insulation layer: depends, down sweater or montbell down vest
Shorts: salomon XT lite
Shoes: hmm. for backpacking maybe the crosslites, but for running MT101
Socks: smartwool crews for cool/cold, injinji for warmer
Hat: free visor from a race
Gloves: OR fleece, not sure which model
Stove: oh man, only one?! fosters can trail designs setup
Cookware: again fosters can
Water treatment: micropur tabs
Water container: platy, recycled gatorade or water bottle
Knife/multi-tool: homemade from my friend
Compass: silva a10? simple cheap and works
GPS: – none
Camera: – noneNov 8, 2010 at 6:26 am #1662132
@curtpetersonLocale: Pacific Northwest
For Pacific Northwest and XL or XXL Kit –
Pack: Granite Gear Nimbus (usually modified version @ 2lbs)
Trekking poles: LL Bean fixed length ski (cheaper & lighter)
Shelter: Grand Trunk/OES/Te-Wa Hammock Setup or GoLite Hex 3
Sleeping bag: MontBell #1, #2, or #4 depending on conditions
Sleeping pad: POE Ether
Rain shell: In the market – unhappy with most everything
Rain pants: Never wear them – DriDucks if I do take them
Windshirt: LL Bean 3oz version no longer made. Best ever!
Base layer: In the market – pretty impressed by light Merino
Mid layer: Various synthetic t-shirts. Mostly mesh.
Insulation layer: Patagonia Down Sweater or First Ascent
Pants: Running pants with the mesh cut out. Light, cheap
Shorts: Usually swimming trunks with the mesh cut out
Shoes: New Balance trail shoes or Vasque trail shoes
Socks: Injinji or thin Merino depending on conditions
Hat: In the market – unhappy with almost everything except a ball cap
Gloves: Lavawool thin gloves or OR fleece if it's winter
Stove: SOTO for canister, Caldera Sidewinder if it's Esbit
Cookware: Evernew 0.9
Water treatment: SteriPen Opti
Water container: GSI Mug
Knife/multi-tool: Varies, but just got a Baladeo 22
Compass: Small basic one – stays in my pack 99% of the time
GPS: Motion X GPS for iOS usually. Gecko 301 for high use.
Camera: Backpacking buddy with semi-pro skills :)Nov 8, 2010 at 9:20 am #1662170
@danepackerLocale: Mojave Desert
My wish list includes:
1. light eVent rain parka and pants
2. Newest Steripen
3. Caldera Cone Tri-Ti stove
4. Hilleberg Nallo winter tent
5. Ortovox S1 avalanche beacon
6. Cabela's down underwear pants (to wear with my EB down jacket to extend the range of my WM Megalite bag)Nov 8, 2010 at 9:22 am #1662171
@danepackerLocale: Mojave Desert
TENT> TT Moment
BAG> WM Megalite
PACK> '08 REI Cruise UL 60 W/side pockets
STOVE> Brunton Flex or Vargo Jet-Ti canister stoves
MAT> Thermarest Prolite
H2O> Steripen Adventurer/Katadyn Micropur chlorine dioxide tabs
RAINGEAR> Cabela'sRainy River PacLite GTX suit
JACKET> Eddie Bauer First Ascent Downlite jacket
PANTS> 5.11 brand nylon "canvas" tactical pants
GPS> Garmin Colorado 300
KNIFE> Gerber LST lockbladeNov 8, 2010 at 1:07 pm #1662253
@bcampriniLocale: Southern Appalachians
Pack: McHale LBP, Osprey Talon 22. Fit is crucial.
Trekking poles: BD flicklocks–any model
Shelter: End gathered hammocks with whoopie slings, Floorless Mid's, big tarps
Sleeping bag: Western Mountaineering (Versalite), Katabatic Quilts (Palisade)
Sleeping pad: They are all compromises
Rain shell: Again, they're all compromises, and expensive.
Rain pants: REI UL Rainpants, nothing fancy, but quiet(ish)
Windshirt: Houdini, Dragonfly
Base layer: Patagonia Merino 2, Smartwool, Cap 2
Mid layer: Polartec 100, Powerstretch
Insulation layer: 800+ fill down. Miracle stuff. Montbell is a great value.
Pants: Still not totally satisfied with anything…but I'm hard to fit.
Shorts: Synthetic athletic shorts with a good waistband–any brand. Nothing too delicate.
Underwear: Smartwool boxer briefs.
Shoes: Various Montrails, Brooks Cascadias, Crocs. Anything that fits well.
Socks: Vermont Darn Toughs, Injinjis
Hat: OR Swift Cap, Smartwool Beanie (work well together–stretchy beanie can go on top of cap)
Gloves: OR Omni gloves (cool, grippy, glow in the dark palms)
Stove: Canister stoves (Snowpeak Litemax is what I use, but most of them are good). Esbits are great if you don't mind the stink.
Cookware: Snowpeak 700 mug
Water treatment: Steripen Opti
Water container: HDPE nalgene, 2+ liter Platy.
Knife/multi-tool: Victorinox Classic Mini
Compass: Anything that points North.
Camera: Lumix GF2 (You know you need it. Sell me your old GF1 to help justify it.)Nov 8, 2010 at 2:36 pm #1662277
@areichowLocale: Northern Minnesota
I'm going to separate mine into two groups. The first is items actually consider my favorites, the second is gear that I have that is good enough that I don't feel justified in spending money on something better or more purpose built.
Pack: ULA Circuit, Granite Gear Nimbus Meridian
Trekking poles: Outdoor Products Latch Lock ($24/pair)
Shelter: Tarptent Double Rainbow, Bear Paw Tents Pyra (a bit premature, but I'm hopeful!)
Sleeping bag: GoLite Ultralite 20, Montbell UL Super Stretch #3
Sleeping pad: Kooka Bay custom insulated mat
Rain pants: DriDucks Ultra Lite 2 Pants
Base layer: Icebreaker RedRam SS/LS Merino Top
Mid layer: First Ascent Cloud Layer Fleece
Insulation layer: First Ascent Downlight
Pants: Mountain Hardwear Canyon Pants
Shorts: Medalist boxer briefs – Shorts are Overrated
Button-down Shirt: People wear button-downs hiking?!
Shoes: Keen Oregon PCT Boot – probably 3x heavier than what most BPLers wear…
Socks: Smartwool Light Hiker
Hat: Outdoor Research Sombriolet
Gloves: Cheap Fleece Workgloves/Liners
Stove: Brunton Raptor
Cookware: Backcountry 700 mL Pot, Snow Peak Ti Spork
Water treatment: Katadyn Hiker Pro filter, MicroPur MP-1 tablets, Aquamira Frontier Pro
Water container: Platypus, Nalgene Wide-Mouth Flexible Collapsible Water Bottle
Knife/multi-tool: Leatherman Micra
Lighting: Princeton Tec Quad
Camera: Canon Digital ELPH
Rain shell: DriDucks Ultra Lite 2 Jacket, Eddie Bauer Rippac
Windshirt: DriDucks Ultra Lite 2 Jacket, Eddie Bauer RippacNov 8, 2010 at 4:59 pm #1662316
@rp3957Locale: The Sierras
Pack: Six Moons Designs, Swift
Trekking poles: Black Diamond, flint-lock
Shelter: TarpTent, The Moment
Sleeping bag: WM, Summerlight
Sleeping pad: Thermarest, Ridgerest Deluxe, modified
Rain shell: Dri-Ducks
Rain pants: Dri-Ducks cut and hemmed to cover shorts only.
Base layer: Short-sleeve running shirt
Mid layer: Patagonia, Cap 2
Insulation layer: Patagonia, Nano-Puff
Pants: REI, old style convertable pants
Shorts: see above
Shoes: Brooks, Cascadias
Socks: WigWam, light hikers
Hat: Wide brimmed hat, baseball caps
Stove: Homemade alcohol
Cookware: BackpackingLite 550
Water treatment: Pur filter
Water container: Gatoraide bottles
Knife/multi-tool: Swiss Micro
Camera: I 'bum' pictures off of buddies, I do the planning, they take the pictures!Nov 8, 2010 at 5:44 pm #1662331
@eugeneiusLocale: Nuevo Mexico
This one is fun.
Pack: MLD Burn w/ Prophet hipbelt
Trekking poles: TiGoat AGP's
Shelter: MLD Monk (spinnaker)= Great weather and one uber light trip.
Sleeping bag: Nunatak Arc Specialist (custom)
Sleeping pad: Gossamer Gear Nightlight 2/3rds length
Rain shell: I guess my Marmot Mica… eh.
Rain pants: n/a
Windshirt: Patagonia Nine Trails
Base layer: BPL Beartooth Hoody
Mid layer: BPL Beartooth Hoody
Insulation layer: Montbell UL Down Parka
Pants: Patagonia Coolweather Tights
Shorts: New Balance split shorts 3' inseam w/ gel pocket
Shoes: New Balance MT101's
Socks: Darn Tough Vermont 1/4 cushion merino
Hat: Buff Wear Merino wool version
Gloves: Arcteryx Delta SV gloves
Stove: Traildesigns Ti-Tri Inferno
Cookware: MSR Titan Kettle
Water treatment: Frontier Pro + Katadyn Micropur tablets
Water container: Aquafina 1L
Knife/multi-tool: custom made Mora
GPS: Garmin Forerunner 405… for trail running and racing.
Camera: Canon SD1400ISNov 8, 2010 at 6:13 pm #1662341
@davidlutzLocale: Bay Area
It is fun…but I don't know why. Gear lists are like record collections, fingerprints and snow flakes – no two are exactly alike.
A lot of this stuff I bought here. I learned about all of it here.
Pack: GoLite Jam 2
Trekking poles: GG LT4
Shelter: MLD Sil Duomid
Sleeping bag: GolIte Ulta 20
Sleeping pad: Neoair
Rain shell: Marmot Precip
Rain pants: n/a
Windshirt: GoLite Ether
Base layer: Rail Riders
Mid layer: BPL Beartooth Hoody
Insulation layer: Montbell UL Alpine Light Down Jacket
Shorts: I roll up the pants
Shoes: Never really happy
Hat: Sunday Afternoon
Gloves: Patagonia liners (bought in 1982)
Stove: Custom Traildesigns Caldera for my MSR Titan Mug
Cookware: MSR Titan Mug
Water treatment: Steripen
Water container: Nalgene collapsible
Knife/multi-tool: Swiss Army (the little one)
Camera: Canon Something or other
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