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    Default 2015 Thru early gear prep

    Planning to start a NOBO thru hike in late march, most of these items are gonna stay but some will change.
    All input is appreciated.
    Shooting for a basewight around ten pounds
    *-sending home

    Shelter:
    Bear Paw Bear Den 1- 12 oz
    Inner net tent- 8 oz
    Polycro groundsheet- 2 oz
    Ti stakes- 2 oz
    Cuben stake bag-1 oz

    Cooking-
    850 Ti mug w/ carbon lid- 3 oz
    Crux stove- 3 oz
    Stoic spork- 1 oz

    Gear-
    HMG SW 2400- 25 oz
    Trash compacter liner- 1 oz
    *Stoic Somnus 15- 2 lbs
    Lafuma 40 bag(summer)- 1 lb
    Exped UL7- 12 oz
    Sawyer mini- 2 oz
    1 liter water pouch-2 oz
    Smartwater bottle- 2 oz
    Mont bell pillow- 2oz
    Bear bag/ loksak- 3oz


    Clothing-
    Stoic longsleeve merino- 4 oz
    Short sleeve merino - 3 oz
    Marmot Super mica- 7 oz
    *Golite Tumalo pants- 7 oz
    *Mont bell UL down jacket-7 oz
    *Convertable pants- 9 oz
    TNF lightweight shorts(summer)- 3 oz
    Mountain Hardwear microfleece-
    Marmot lightweight baselayer bottoms- 4 oz
    Injinji liner socks- 1 oz
    Darn tough ankle socks x2- 4 oz
    Merino briefs-2 oz
    Mountain Hardwear liner gloves- 2oz
    *MLD event mittens- 2 oz
    Kavu strapcap- 2 oz
    Stretchy buff- 1 oz

    Misc-
    Iphone- 3oz
    STS headnet- 1 oz
    First aid- 2 oz
    Zipka- 2 oz

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    Dude. You're well on your way. I wouldn't worry too much. Get on the trail, get hiking and you'll tinker around. Weight-wise...you're probably good to go, man. I will say....lose the liner...you'll get lazy on the trail. I have gotten that way..I wanted to use one but never found the energy to keep buying the compactor bags and never was committed enough to using a real pack liner.

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    Yeah everyone says you need a liner but supposedly my pack is close to waterproof so hopefully if i keep my sleeping bag and clothes in drysacks i should be good to go without one.

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