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Matt Mackenzie

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Matt Mackenzie

Matt Mackenzie wrote a question about on July 8, 2011

Hey guys im looking for a tarp to increase the versatility of my shelter fleet, i need something thats, cheap,lightweight and packs small. Id like to use it as a porch for my existing tent, a cooking shelter and for if im using a bivy. Can you use this without trekking poles? How easily does it string up?

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Matt Mackenzie

Matt Mackenzie wrote a question about on July 6, 2011

Hey guys to get straight to the point im extremely confused with all the options, im most likely going to get a medium size for general use and for use as a towel... Which is the more durable material out of the msr towells and the S2S drylite towel, they seem to be the better option, i want a lightweight tough absorbent quick drying towel, cheers !

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Matt Mackenzie

Matt Mackenzie wrote a question about on June 24, 2011

Hey guys i was looking for my first bivy i was looking at the Outdoor Research; Aurora, highland, alpine or advanced
im not too sure what the differences are apart from the price (im not too concerned about price) i dont mind the weight i just want to be able to get in and out easily and i need to be able to fit a downmat, id also prefer a larger bivy (more like a bivy tent, cheers in advance!

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Matt Mackenzie

Matt Mackenzie wrote a review of on February 26, 2011

Great system with hidden benefits
5 5

Just bought this system was a bit dissapointed as i read you couldent boil water or heat water in the insulated mugs because of the insulation, as soon as i opened the pack i grabbed a mug and inspected its rather cheap insulation (no offence MSR)i gave the insulation a tug and slowly wormed it off it now comes off and on with a small bit of effort and makes it possible to heate water in the cup!!! You can also use the insulation as extra cups if you get desperate !

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