backpack - ULA Catalyst 75 ltr 4,600cu - 2lb 11oz
shoes - la sportivia trail runners - 12.37oz each
stove - pocket rocket - 5oz
cook set - gsi ketalist - 11.1oz <-- one pot to cook and eat from, one spoon to eat with
trk poles - Black Diamond trail shock - 10oz each
Slepping bag - marmont never summer 0 degree - 4lbs <-- it'll be cold at your start date, but consider a lighter more compact bag with maybe a 20 degree rating and sleep in your Patagonia Puff+
Tent - Big agnes fly creek ul2 w/foot print - 2lb 7oz <-- love these tents
socks- darn tough vermont socks mid cush mid height - 3 pair
rain gear - packa
jacket - patagonia nano puff pullover - 9.5oz
Gators - mountain hardwear nut shell high gators - 5oz - for poison oak porotection
bandana x 2 for cleaning cookwear and bathing <-- bring 3! I always lose one
katahdyn base camp gravity filter
outdoor research dry ditty sacks pack of 3
32oz gatoraid bottle 2 each 1 24oz bottle backup - 1.8oz each
body glide - 2.5oz
wilderness body wash- 3.3oz <-- I dunno, just get dirty and clean up in towns
lighter - 1oz <-- bring two small ones
88 Oz water fully supplied - 5.3lbs
Food fully supplied - 8lb
50' paracord <-- too much, then again I never bear bag, too lazy and the bears are too smart. Just hang food from shelter hooks or rig it somewhere near where you camp; I mostly worry about mice or hippies.
tooth brush with short handle
travel size tooth paste
small comb - i have long hair <-- consider cutting it for your thru, though, based on your use of the word "comfy" in your opening post, you're female, so maybe you don't want to do that.
cotton balls covered in vaseline in a medicen bottle
solio solar charger and 6 ingh cord <-- consider getting an iphone case that doubles as a battery, I've not had luck with solar chargers on the AT. Maybe some people do <shrugs>
small finger nail clips
loose pages of awol thru hiker guide, carrying about 2 states at a time.<---- I like keeping it in one piece, gives me something to peruse and motivation to get there, plus it's nice to look at after the thru is done.
Don't forget chapstick and sunscreen for the face.
Bring wet wipes (and don't forget Toilet paper)
Some kind of tape that sticks even when wet or cold, I don't care for duct tape unless I am patching gear. For my skin (feet) I prefer Leukotape.