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  • Recent Threads

    ierinys

    Reasonable pack size or impossible?

    Thread Starter: ierinys

    Hey guys so I'm currently doing some window shopping on different packs for my upcoming thru-hike and one pack is really standing out to me, its the Katahdin

    Last Post By: ChuckT Today, 17:27 Go to last post
    BrianLe

    Wide toebox, overall wide-width trail runners

    Thread Starter: BrianLe

    I need a trail runner with a wide toebox, particularly wide on the outboard latteral side, i.e., towards the "little toe" side of the foot,

    Last Post By: ChuckT Today, 17:24 Go to last post
    REB

    help with swollen feet

    Thread Starter: REB

    I can not figure out how to search the forum. I just finished Amicolola state park to Dicks Creek in 6 days. I fought off blisters and a bad one on the

    Last Post By: rocketsocks Today, 17:22 Go to last post
    Just Tom

    Installing a zipper.

    Thread Starter: Just Tom

    I've got a Haglof sleeping bag cover / bivy-lite (water proof bottom, breathable top) that I use in some weather conditions in my far-too-large collection

    Last Post By: rocketsocks Today, 17:16 Go to last post
    Cedar1974

    2" suspension rule. Is there anyplace on the trail this applies to?

    Thread Starter: Cedar1974

    I just reciently found out there is a 2 inch strap requirement in Florida, and heard it might go into effect in NY. Are there any other spots on the

    Last Post By: rocketsocks Today, 17:11 Go to last post
    Coffee

    Going Stoveless Without Mail Drops

    Thread Starter: Coffee

    I have been reading about the various techniques backpackers use in order to go stoveless and it seems to me that a large majority tend to rely on mail

    Last Post By: LuckyMan Today, 17:11 Go to last post