Red River Gorge KY, to Joshua Tree CA and all points in between.
Yes, this helmet offers detachable earpieces.
It would appear the sheep are very happy. You can watch the video on Patagonia's website about their merino wool, link below:
Per NRS' website: " Fits most medium to small cockpits.
Range is approximately: 31"-36" Long and 17"-20" Wide". The Avocet cockpit is approximately 18" X 33", which falls within this covers range, so it should fit properly.
These bibs are a waterproof shell only with no insulation.
A sleeping bags rating is typically a low temp where it will still keep you warm, but not a comfortable warm. If your going to be sleeping in the 15 deg range, look into a zero deg bag or lower to give you a good comfort level. Regardless of which bag you purchase, I recommend you also get a sleeping bag liner. It will add some warmth to the bag and will also protect it's inside from dirt and is easy to clean. Also be sure to have an adequate sleeping pad for cold ground/snow.
They are big enough for a smartphone or a similar sized gps unit. More info at Osprey packs website, link below.
POC's website offers videos,
The fur trim on the hood is the only item that is removable, the jacket is one piece. If your looking for a jacket that has multiple layers, try TNF's Mountain View Triclimate, link posted below.
Brianna, there are a few uses with a longer sling on a quickdraw:
1. If the quickdraws are already on the wall, a longer sling will allow you to clip the rope a bit sooner.
2. When a climb is not "centered", the longer sling gives the rope more lateral maneuverability on the wall and decreases carabiner drag.
3. When a piece of protection is placed (ex: in a deep crack on trad climb) a longer sling will allow the bottom carabiner to hang freely outside of the crack.
The downside to the longer sling is that it does increase weight.
If your building a climbing gear "rack", versatility is nice and you could get a few of each size.
These goggles will not properly fit a 12 month old.
Per Kelty's website:
Fits to: 5' 6" / 168 cm
Length: 72 / 183 cm
Shoulder girth: 58 / 147 cm
Fill weight: 29 oz. / .81 kg
Total weight: 3 lb. 0 oz. / 1.34 kg
Stuffed diameter: 10" / 25 cm
Stuffed length: 15" / 38 cm
It will not. The tent's dimentions are 82" long, 52" at the head and 44" at the feet, meaning that it's more of a trapezoid than a true rectangle. Also, while it says "Two person tent", these tents are typically made to be lightwieght and "cozy" with little extra room. I recommend you try a three person tent instead. Backcountry currently has 3 person Marmot and other manufacturer tents on sale.
Depends on how much gear your going to travel with and do you plan on returning with souvenirs? It's better to have extra space in a larger bag than not enough with a smaller one.
The dimensions of the cot are 30 x 18 x 84 in.
Your light should offer some power after three hours of charging, there may be a defect somewhere with the charging system. Recommend you return it for a replacement.
Don, the jacket is a cotton shell with a fleece lining. Gentle wash cycle, cold water should be fine or you can always wash it by hand. Shipping to your zip via USPS is approximatley $8.20.
Pillow weights are (Small)2.85 oz/80 g (Med)5.6 oz/158 g (Large)7.6 oz/216 g
PJ, it appears these do not have a removable liner.
From a guy who stands a bit taller and a bit wider, I wear my TNF jackets size L. Large would be my recommendation.
Ryders website says medium fit. http://ryderseyewear.com/PORTER_R481_006