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  1. Thread: In camp shoes

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    some thrus we met a few years back had these and...

    some thrus we met a few years back had these and recommended them.
    Vivobarefoot Ultra Pure
    we love them. great for water crossings too as you can secure the speed laces. they're pricey but wait...
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    FYI: Antietam shelter PA, a Requiem

    https://www.southmountainjournal.com/home/2018/4/2/antietam-shelter
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    Sherman Brook is the name of the campsite north...

    Sherman Brook is the name of the campsite north of rt 2. It has some tent platforms and a privy and a bear box. the water source is right there by the trail
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    ah nevermind i see it already happened

    ah nevermind i see it already happened
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    2018 AT Thru hiker IBTAT just did the ALT last...

    2018 AT Thru hiker IBTAT just did the ALT last week, and has videos posted on YT. he could probably provide info on the condition.
  6. jacket is sold

    jacket is sold
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    also anker 10k. gone hundreds of miles with it,...

    also anker 10k. gone hundreds of miles with it, no issues here
  8. oh yeah duh sorry its large!

    oh yeah duh sorry its large!
  9. FS: OR Helium 2 (like new, used once!) Black/Blue - $90

    I got one of these new and used it once but have just stuck to my favorite Torrentshell. I used it once for about 1/2 hour on one hike. In LIKE NEW condition. I accept Paypal and please add $6 for...
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    The REI flash air seems like a good intro...

    The REI flash air seems like a good intro package, comes with everything you need in one package, 2lb, 130z trail weight. Saw some reviews, looks like a great option for a newbie. $179. Going to pick...
  11. jacket has sold

    jacket has sold
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    yeah im kinda heading that direction too - look...

    yeah im kinda heading that direction too - look at my next post from the one you quoted.. i was getting there when you were! layering rules. especially when you overheat easily
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    maybe i should just ditch the jacket altogether...

    maybe i should just ditch the jacket altogether since i have a wool base layer long sleeve, the dual aspect which is quite warm and rugged, and a raincoat for water protection and heat retention. and...
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    my favorite mid layer is my dual aspect. had an...

    my favorite mid layer is my dual aspect. had an r3 too which is lighter but otherwise very similar and kept going back to the dual aspect. i even use it as a skiing/snowboarding mid layer. its very...
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    i choose the long sleeve base because i can...

    i choose the long sleeve base because i can always roll up the sleeves but have them when needed for extra warmth. in the summer i go short sleeve
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    thanks everyone these are all awesome arguments...

    thanks everyone these are all awesome arguments and ideas. as is obvious i clearly run hot when hiking. i rarely hike in more than a long sleet synthetic or wool base and either my houdini or my dual...
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    thats why it always suprises me when i see people...

    thats why it always suprises me when i see people hiking in them. it sure didnt work out for me! thanks all. all good info, keep it comin
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    looking now at weights i see the nanopuff is...

    looking now at weights i see the nanopuff is actually only .9 oz heavier than the cayoosh, and stuffs into its own pocket... sure it doesn't have a hood but i have that covered
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    Caleb - just saw your post when i finished...

    Caleb - just saw your post when i finished writing my last. thanks for the suggestion. any other supporters of the synthetic over the down? the rest of the system will stay as is. raincoat and...
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    ill keep the nano puff for skiing and town i...

    ill keep the nano puff for skiing and town i think, and make sure to have a fleece ( i use the patagonia dual aspect) , raincoat (patagonia torrentshell), and my cayoosh in the bag for camp. ill...
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    looks like our posts crossed and you already...

    looks like our posts crossed and you already answered some of these for me, thanks, you're probably right about the treated down. but when i hiked in my coat on a cold day i sweated it out quick...
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    depends - either very late march, or mid-late...

    depends - either very late march, or mid-late april. still some determining factors that haven't been sorted yet. same goes with starting point. depending on a few things it will be either mid...
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    another reason i ask is pretty much EVERY thru...

    another reason i ask is pretty much EVERY thru hiker i've watched videos of, or read posts from, use down and not synthetic because of weight, so it makes me doubt the theory and experience i have...
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    The synthetic vs down debate continues…

    Im sure this topic has been beaten to death. Lord knows ive gone back and forth myself on it many times and still am clearly. I have 2 down jackets. One a very expensive light hoodie one. And one...
  25. I AM not i tam:banana:-?:) ha well now that's...

    I AM not i tam:banana:-?:) ha well now that's awkward
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