A clean, simple way to attach guylines to your tarp or shelter
You say your SUL pack doesn’t have enough pockets? Using inexpensive materials, add some storage with ultralight appeal.
A better way to apply seam sealer, producing a nearly factory perfect look.
A review of commercially-available, lightweight gear suited for - if not made for - backpacking with kids.
Complete instructions for making your own SUL carbon trekking poles from fishing, golf, and kite parts.
The Mega Light is a solid, well designed pyramid tent, but the weight-conscious should leave the bug liner behind.
A synthetic-fill, full-zip jacket with highly breathable stretch panels and thumb-hole wrist sleeves
A lightweight travel/daypack with 3-point compression, pockets, and hydration compatability.
A full-featured and comfortable daypack using lightweight materials to keep the weight down.
An 11.5 ounce lightweight toploading daypack with top pocket, side panel pockets, and hydration compatability.
Lightweight 725 fill power down filled sleeping bags with unique draw corded foot section.
A lightweight stainless steel trowel for digging cat holes in hard, rocky ground.
Complete instructions to construct a 3.1-ounce, 1700-cubic inch pack.
Complete instructions to construct a 6-ounce tarp with improved weather protection.
Complete instructions to construct a 0.2-ounce stuff sack sized right to compress a SUL tarp (Part 3) into a tidy 4 x 4 x 8 inch bundle.
Not for the frail at heart, in this article we dive into making a SUL tarp, pack, and stuff sack out of a single 5-yard piece of spinnaker fabric.
Why standard reinforcement stitches may not be suitable for your lightweight fabric, which ones are, and how to sew them.
Sewing machine setup instructions with photos, and tips for sewing lightweight fabrics.
Instructions on how to properly sew two workhorse stitches.
A tarp and tent ridgeline standard thanks to its water impeding fold.