I live in Columbus GA so, Fdr state park, Flat Rock Park, Twin Chapel Powerlines, Chewlca
I love this pad. I was opposed to use foam pads like this, cause of bad experiences with a few. This is a good pad, with a fair amount of comfort. I really like how much warmth it'll add to an inflatable pad. I also like to be able to carry this on the trail so I and my buddies can sit on it on a day hike for lunch. It is pretty tough, and can add support to some ultralight packs. I will buy another I think.
I think these are super durable, mostly waterproof, almost stylish , incredibly comfortable, decently breathable , fairly lightweight boots. I mostly water proof because, some boots that are in a different category are more waterproof. After using these for many miles, and daily use these boots have proven worthy. I have hiked through mud and ice for days. I have had them freeze, mud harden on them like a metapod, and have had salt water all over them. I have only had water breech the toes a few times. I highly recomend these, but if your a serious hiker you may want one more slightly nicer boot. I think for the average person these are great. Even for experienced hikers I'd say these are worth having.
Just great, works very well for everything I can think for a sock to do.
Super comfy, warm enough, and these things fit very accurately. I love them. I now have another brand besides Icebreaker (most comparible product) that I love.
These are just about as good as Icebreaker, and they back their product for a year. In the foot coverage world that's kinda crazy. I loaded up on abunch of these on clearence at a local store. I couldn't be happier.
These are perfect, and keep the funk down also. Just right for my feet. They dry fairly well also.
A friend of mine got one of these, and he tried to use it on a colder weather backpacking trip. After the first day we really stopped using this system and just used my msr dragonfire. Like stated before kinda small cup to melt snow, and doesn't work the greatest in cold weather,7-15*F, although works a hell of alot better than other canister type fuel stoves. It worked but was just alot of trouble. I think for the money, and for the purpose of cooking for multiple persons, this stove falls a little short in the winter months. So you know though in muggy, windy, wet, adn other poor conditions in 3 season backpacking this thing has been easier to use than my liquid stoves.
Good glove liner for mittens or soemthing. I like the rubbery spider web grip. I feel like it will eventually start to come off however. I think these are winners. I normally get a small or med and a med fits me well.
I mean for emergency situations this would be the best thing you can get for about twenty dollars. I went tarp camping the other day and used it in mild rain. It kept my sleeping bag mostly dry. I put my sleeping pad inside it and used no ground cover to see how well it'd work. It worked, but not as good as an actually bivy meant to backpack in. It can get really sweaty in this thing in the rain, just so you know. Night temp was about 40, and I used an ultralamina 45 on the trip( i think). I had to unzip the bag to keep the temp right. Definately reflects some heat, is water proof, and wind proof. I will keep one in my day hike bag, just in case.
I really enjoy this pack, after using it several times I'll tell you what I've found. The only problem I have with it is the location of the water bladder holder and that it is somewhat limited to which brands of bladders you buy. In really cold weather the heat from your back doesn't keep the water from potentially freezing. That being said most people don't go backpacking in sub freezing conditions often. I like the adjustment on the shoulder straps. If you have a body type like mine you need something much wider than other brands offer. This pack is very easy to adjust. It seems like you can fit more into than what it's rated for also. I like that I can bring tent, bag, clothes all it one thing for myself and someone else if I needed to. The hip belt and supports are so comfortable that it doesn't feel like it's as heavy as it is, even after miles and days. I was thinking of getting a dueter instead but I am extremely satisfied with this BackPack. Overall very very well built, for someone with a little wider, bulkier body type. I don't know how it'd do for someone that was slender.
It shallows me with warmth!
I have worn these things at least 50 times in some heavy rain and these jokers are awesome. They are comfortable and keep you dry. They aren't stuffy unless it's really hot outside, but what water proof pants are? These rock for the price and are pretty tough to boot.
Sucks. Ok these gloves are super baggy. They make your fingers look like dog skin. As soon as I got them that same day the clip that holds the gloves together fell off. I really don't like these gloves at all. I'll be returning these. They seem super cheap. Considering you can get something for the same price that is way nicer.
What kind of adjustment do the shoulder straps on this pack have?
I'd let you punch me in the face if you didn't love this sleeping bag, but I know someone would just be like, I hate it, just to punch me in the face. Buy it, it's cheap, it's light, it compresses super small, and will keep you warm if it gets chilly and it's super comfy. I have used this on nights in the 30s with some clothes and it works. I have also just napped around the house in it, and taken it to 70s plus. I have a regular and I'm 5.5 hope this helps
The floor is like a v so..if your both tall one of you will have some feet near your face. I the ceiling height is something to be happy about and space in general. Very good design overall. I really wish it came with a floor print and also it doesn't compress very good. Great tent overall You won't regret buying it.
Hey man I don't have these but I do have some mammut tights and they are pretty true. The are a little long but that's just goes over the hiking socks. I'm super happy with mine and I'm going to buy a pair of these soon.
These are really comfortable and pretty warm. They are light so don't be expecting a ton of warmth from them. I have been wearing these with columbia omni-dry titanium rain pants and I have been super dry and warm. It's been raining like mad the last few weeks and about 35 or 40 outside. I tend to get chilly easy but these have done the job keeping me comfortable.
Great product. Keeps you nice and warm while letting you look like the ninja you always wanted to be.
The Lamina's are some rocking sleeping bags that are very accurately rated temperature wise. They are nice and comfortable and I personally will keep buying these bags.
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