Review of Durston x-mid 1p - haven't had a chance to use this in the field, but have set it up in a local park a couple times. Easy and quick to set up if you follow the instructions... I'm 6'3, 230 lbs and have no issues with the size using a Thermarest Trail Lite large pad and North Face Blue Kazoo long down sleeping bag. Packs away easy enough. Looking forward to using it in the wild.
BUILD A STRONGER BODY THROUGH BAREFOOT
with Spectra Fiber
Leonardi Davinci said “the human foot is a masterpiece of engineering and a work of art”.
The Kinis™ Nomad 804 is the latest offering of barefoot performance socks from Kinis, designed to
allow your feet to move freely and function naturally. Incorporating the Nomad 804 in your training
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The new Granite Gear Blaze 60! I dream...The Blaze 60 is built to go the distance, comfortably and tailored to you. The A.C. frame let's you lock in your fit precisely to your torso size. The frame, in combination with the patent-pending fully adjustable Re-Fit hip belt and the molded foam back panel, lets the pack comfortably carry up to 50 lbs. The custom fabric is an innovative technology that makes this our most durable pack to date. In the high-impact and high-abraison areas, we're using a Granite Gear exclusive 210D Robic nylon UHMWPE triple ripstop. The lid, which is fully removable to cut grams, can be converted to an optional chest pack to carry on your front to keep even more contents at the ready. A tall vertical hidden zipper now allows you to access to main compartment quickly, especially to get to those contents at bottom of pack.
I see alot of people on here looking for different size groundsheets for thier tents.
I am a contractor from Minnesota, this is how I create groundsheets for my tents and for some of my friends.
I side and have homes and businesses sided as part of my business. I have to buy rolls of Tyvek and other brands of underlayment for siding.
All technical (other than tarpaper), underlayment will also work as a ground sheet. These rolls of underlayment are sold at virtually every lumber yard. For a less expensive option get rolls of this material and cut it yourself using either a razor knife or a scissors. These rolls are readily available in 9' x 50' or 9' x 100' rolls for as little as $45.00 us currency a roll. In addition you can buy 2 story rolls 18' x 100' rolls but those need to be ordered.
In other words save money, cut only what you need and exactly what size you want and either sell the rest or save it or cut it for you friends..
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Am I the only one who thinks we should start a drop for some apocalypse mac and cheese? So, when do we start buying hamburgers by the bucket? Soylent is probably more efficient to ship, though. I need to know what to line the shelves of my bug out bunker for when the big one hits.