These are not waterproof..
This is last years Drystein at work...This is a must have. It breathes better than all my Gore-Tex
Just picked this up the other week. It is super light weight. I haven't had a chance to put it to a full test yet but love how small it packs down. I am 6'3" 225lb and went with an XL. I thought it fit a little more form fitting compared to the Patagonia Down Sweater (has boxer fit). I would call it a perfect fit for my body type.
This is a must for anyone who travels. It worked better than I expected. It saved a ton of room in my bag as well as sealed out the nasty smell of my dirty clothes.
This is my new favorite pack. I took this on a month road trip this past summer. It had plenty of space for all my gear. I have used other Mountain Smith and Osprey packs. As far as comfort goes this is the best. It isn't the lightest but sometimes you have to give up weight for comfort. I am 6'3" 225lbs and the Long size fir my body extremely well. I would highly recommend the pack to anyone looking for a durable pack that will last many years.
This is my go to ATC. BD did a good job shaving even more weight off than the older model. This is a must on anyone rack.
Great addition to most sleeping pads. It makes for a better nights sleep. I personally used this on a Big Agnes Aircore Pad and it fit great. I have well over 30+ days on it and still is holding up well.
This is a great fitting boxer. I took these with me on a month road trip and couldn't have been more happy with how they performed. I am 6'3" 225lbs and went with an XL
This tent is huge. After setting it up I feel you could fit 9 people. When you put the fly on it gives room to sleep about 3 people under there if you wanted. The tent was pretty easy to set up and took 2 people. Make sure that you tie all the guy lines down. That will insure that it works well in light wind.