Wherever the wind takes me.. which as of now is simply Red River Gorge, but most recently, the Pacific Crest Trail. I'll be back.
Depending on what airline you are flying, there are certain size restrictions that are specific to each carrier, but the FAA states that the maximum size allowed by the majority of airlines is 45 linear inches. After finding the dimensions of this bag in both the Small and Medium sizes, the former being 21"x10"x5" and the latter being 23"x10"x5", I deduce that you should be fine if you decided to bring this as a carry-on piece (http://www.sierratradingpost.com/mountain-hardwear-fluid-18-backpack~p~5502f/). Moreover, I found a chart on www.travelsmith.com which I attached which provides you with the allowed dimensions and weights of both checked and carry-on baggage for most airlines, so cross-check your airline with those dimensions to verify it will fit, but given that the linear inch lengths of both sizes are under 45 total inches, I believe you'll be fine.
Hope this helps, and good luck!
I found one, and only one, website that gave any info pertinent to padding in the cups (I'm answering on the presumption that you were referring to padding in this area, I hope), but it stated that there was neither padding nor underwire in the cups (http://www.largodrive.com/beach-riot-dream-catcher-day-dreamer-one-piece-bathing-suit,66426.html).
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I'm not going to say that I'm remotely aware of seasonal average temperatures on Mt. Kilimanjaro, but a quick number of internet searches suggest that the close you get to the top, you will be encountering temperatures as low as -20 F. While I believe having a -20F-rated bag at anything below 14K feet would be ludicrous, a OF-rated bag might be appropriate to couple with an ancillary liner to have as an additional bit of warmth detainment once you begin to reach those higher altitudes. However, I would look at guide websites and other expeditionary adventure trip websites to see what they typically recommend in terms of bag rating. I did find one good website that may help (http://www.mountain-forecast.com/peaks/Mount-Kilimanjaro/forecasts/5963), but just be sure to do your research. On a related note, I believe that if you did purchase a -20F-rated bag, but if you got this 0F-rated bag, I would bring a liner that will provide a minimum of +10F while in use, if not one that will provide an additional +20F in temperature elevation when in use, just to be safe.
Hope this helps! Good luck and have fun, sounds like a dream come true.
TNF's "size advisor" does actually have the measurements for a L/XL pack size available (http://www.thenorthface.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/TNFSizingChartPOPWindow?storeId=207&langId=-1&sizeCode=EQP). As for what size you should get based on those measurements, the general rule of thumb is that if you happen to be right on the fence between sizes, torso-wise, you should stick with the smaller size over jumping at the larger. Given that fact, TNF lists their Small torso sizes being appropriate for 15"-18" torsos, and their Medium Torso sizes being appropriate for 17"-20" torsos. For waist measurements on the same foregoing sizes, TNF lists ranges of 28"-31" and 32-35", respectively. Provided with those number sets, I would jump at the S/M size that BC lists in their available stock.
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While sock sizing is not necessarily standardized, there are general ranges that essentially all sock makers adhere to size-wise so that people are not oftentimes finding their socks to be overly big nor small. For that reason, you can reasonably hedge a M/L sock to be, on the smaller end of the range, suitable for a size 5 - 6 foot, and on the larger end of the range, suitable for a size 9 - 10 foot.
Basically, I would say it would correlate to a 5/6 - 9/10 size foot, in short.
The sleeve length on the Medium size (10) is listed as being 25in, or 63.5cm.
The sleeve length on the Medium size (12) is listed as being 26.5in, or 67.3cm.
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From every sizing chart I found, both on and off POW's website, there doesn't seem to be an extant chart available that provides for Youth/Kids' measurements above the Medium size... I don't know exactly what the reasoning or logic is behind that, but from every source I encountered, it would seem the L/XL sizes are only broached in the Men's and Women's size charts, not in the Youth/Kid charts, so I am at a loss to tell you anything other than they are going to be at one of the sizes listed for Men and/or Women...
Sorry I could not be of more assistance. If you are really craving to know, I would contact POW's customer service dept. to see if they might be able to shed some light on the subject.
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While BC is allowed to ship certain brands and items outside the US, not all of their inventory is subject to that policy. I regret to inform you that although they can, in fact, ship to Australia, Montbell is one of the brands that cannot be shipped to any location except those within the US and Canada. If you have family within either of those countries, you could order it and send it to them, and have them ship it to you, or perhaps you could check out Montbell's website, as they may be able to ship internationally. If you want to view which brands are subject to shipping restriction, check out this link (http://tinyurl.com/k6tqsgv).
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but I hope you can get your hands on this puppy. I will let you know, notwithstanding that abhorrent news I bring, that Montbell garments, aside from a few select pieces, generally run slightly on the smaller side, (e.g. I have a MB Alpine Light Down Parka that I purchased in a Medium size, but fits me perfectly, whereas I normally buy clothing in Small and it fits fine or mayhap a bit generously depending on the brand.) so if you do get this, consider a Medium size seriously before going forth. As with anything, though, find reviews, and check out MB's sizing charts to see what fits for you!
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According to one website I found, they list the avg. min. weight as being ~1927g, or right around 4lb,4oz, and the avg. packed weight as being ~2183g, or right around 4lb, 13oz. Now, to be clear, that does NOT include the footprint from what I can gather, as they mention that specific piece is sold separately, so do not account for that in either of those weights (http://www.backcountryedge.com/kelty-tn-2.aspx). Moreover, Kelty themselves list those weight specs identically, which makes me believe the foregoing site gathered their data from Kelty. Aside from all of that, if you were interested in purchasing the footprint for this tent, Kelty has it (http://www.kelty.com/p-825-tn2-footprint.aspx) priced at $39.99, with a weight of 6.5oz, or ~184g.
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From what I have found for reviews and specs concerning this particular headlamp elsewhere, I believe that this lamp is probably rated to IPX4, something you deem as being water- or splash-resistant, but by no means immersible and/or submersible, therefore, not actually waterPROOF. That being the case, I would posit that you could probably dunk it quickly or, in the case that it landed in a body of water, retrieve it expediently without any harm befalling the circuitry of the lamp, but you wouldn't want to rely on this if you were going on a white-water rafting trip or somewhere where the likelihood of it getting completely drenched was elevated or certain.
In short, water-resistant, not water-proof. Hope this helps.
I hope someone will correct me if I err in offering a conjecture that since the head protection is a "drop hood," as well as meant for skiing, among other uses, it should offer a decent, if not ample, amount of room to be used in conjunction with a helmet.
Anyone else care to comment, agree, or disagree?
Are you referring to the fabric stitched above the left chest pocket with an opening in the middle of it?
Hi Leona G.,
I would love to help guide you in the direction of a size that would fit you snugly while providing a tremendous amount of comfort, but would you be so kind as to provide a few of your physical measurements (i.e. chest(bust) size, waist, sleeve length)? Height and weight are a start, but measurements that you or someone can give you to throw out are certainly a better guide.
Hope to hear back.
Oakley replacement lenses generally do not come packaged with a microfiber bag. However, it is possible to purchase one separately if you are in need.
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Yea, I think someone needed another cup of coffee before they scribed that description...
Yes, the packed weight should be accounting for both the fly and the gear loft, as well as the tent body, the poles, and the stakes.
As for your second question, are you asking whether you can roll them up and have them held by a toggle on a piece of fabric that wraps around the rolled up door?
It doesn't seem that even prAna has the answer to that. BC posted the specs from the aforementioned company as listed, and they don't seem to account for that 1% themselves... You could say it's love, and be contentedly ignorant of what it might actually be? Or just go with the idea that someone really messed up on their math skills after a long day at work.
The elastic cinch cords on either side of the face of the hood, in addition to a Velco patch located on the rear part of the hood to adjust for forward or backwards tuning, depending on where it sits well for you and remains out of the way. I would say you will be plenty warm, but having a beanie on hand as well would ensure your head stayed toasty,
Take his waist measurement to determine what size you should get. The outseam is going to reside right around the 19" mark I believe, with the inseam being something perhaps in the 8 - 10" range, maybe a little less. Zappos advertises these, when measured with a waist size of 31", as having an outseam of 19", an inseam of 8", a front rise of 12", a back rise of 17", and a leg opening of 24". I included a photo they had on their website, which conveys a pretty clear idea of where they will sit on your husband, should you decide to purchase these. Hope this helps.
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