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Torres del Paine Gear List - Women's


Packs

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"Load all your gear for South America into this pack and comfortably carry it all the way down to Patagonia! This pack carries very well with Ospreys Anit Gravity suspension system which distributes the load where you need it, your hips. Top and front loadable for easy access. The top lid is also removable and converts into a day pack for your sunrise hike up to the towers. The hipbelt is women's specific and the torso size is smaller."

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"This is an adjustable torso pack designed specifically for the hiking woman! Well built pack for a great price."

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"If you are hiking with a porter and only need a day pack, this is for you! It has the same award-winning Osprey suspension system and female specific hip belts which allow you to comfortably carry your personal gear."

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"I stay much more hydrated when I have easy access to my water. The hose and bladder are detachable so you can leave the hose in the pack while you're filling the bladder."

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Sleeping Bags

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"Western Mountaineering has been making top of the line sleeping bags for over 45 years. It's a one bag quiver. This is an 850 fill down bag wrapped in a water-resistant fabric which is great for the unexpected weather in Patagonia. The warmth to weight ratio is hard to beat. It has a continuous baffle so you can shake the down around to regulate the temperature. "

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"A women's specific design with extra insulation around the hips and foot box. It is a "comfort" mummy, so you have a little extra wiggle room. The down is also treated to resist moisture while still retaining its loft."

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"If you are a side sleeper, this is the bag for you. It is 750 fill so its quite lofty and will be a great temperature for Torreys during prime season."

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"A great on a budget bag. It is synthetic so it will be heavier and will not compress as small. It will keep you nice and warm though!"


Sleeping Pads

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"This is my go-to sleeping pad. It is 3" thick, insulated, weighs 13 oz and packs up smaller than a Nalgene. I can inflate it in around 20 breaths. It also sleeps quietly!"

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"This is comfort all the way! It is slightly heavier and takes a few more breaths than the Nemo but comes in at 4.25" thick."

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"This easily inflates in 10-15 breaths which is pretty convenient after a long day on the trail. It is a little heavier at 1.3 lbs but has an extra 3" of width to it. The V shape really distributes the weight well."

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"This is a little lighter of a pad but comes in at 2.5" and can be a little crinkly to sleep on."


Boots

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"Right out of the box comfort in a sturdy, supportive boot built to handle a variety of terrain. It's surprisingly light too!"

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"A great combination between a trail shoe and boot. This is wrapped in a Gore-tex lining that allows for moisture to escape through the footbed so you are no longer walking a puddle of your own sweat."

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"An all leather upper and sturdy boot at a great price."

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"A waterproof leather and mesh upper make for one breathable and affordable boot."

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Shoes

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"A solid all-around hiking shoe. Stiff enough for a heavier pack but still a light weight shoe."

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"These shoes are out of the box comfortable, built to handle a rugged trail, and waterproof. They are a great option for the wider footed hiker."

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"If fast and light is your game, these are your shoes. They are minimally padded is the only setback"

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"These are comfortable shoes with some great traction. They pack some bang for the buck. They are not a waterproof shoe though."

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Rain Jackets

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"This is your new go-to rain jacket/shell! It is lightweight, packable and durable making this a truly versatile piece. Whether wearing it on the trek or around town, you'll stay dry!"

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Zach's notes

"If you are looking for one of the lightest jackets on the market, look no further. It is light enough to serve as a windshell and will keep the rain off when the sky turns dark. Keep in mind, light weight comes with sacrifices, not as durable, only one pocket, and no vents. Did I mention it is light?"

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Zach's notes

"A solid all-around rain jacket at a below average price."

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"For the money, hard to beat this jacket. It does the job, nothing more nothing less!"

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Down Jackets

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"The 850 fill goose down is lightweight, super compressible and darn right warm! It is synthetic insulation in the areas prone to moisture, mouth, shoulders, underarms, and wrists. It is cut in a women's specific profile."

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"Tapered sides and an expanded chest make this jacket look great on the trail and around town. It is a 750 goose down fill so it has plenty of loft. The exterior is treated to withstand light precipitation."

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"If you are looking for a great piece that is also super sustainable, here ya go! The down is all 100% traceable and the polyester exterior is recycled. Nothing about this jacket is second hand though. A proven high performer."

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Zach's notes

"This 650 fill down packs some great bang for your buck!"

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Light Fleece

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Zach's notes

"A cozy and lightweight fleece. It has a tailored fit and it quite packable."

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"A great layer to start out those cold mornings. It is warm on the arms and still breathable enough to hike in when its cold out."

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"A lightweight, moisture wicking, and stretchy fleece. Made for aerobic activities."

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"Its warm, its cozy, and its a deal!"

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Rain Pants

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"A Gore-paclite pant that will keep you dry and it's light enough you won't even notice it in your pack! 1/4 length leg zippers."

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"These pants repel the rain without turning your legs into a sauna! They are some of the more durable options around. They are a regular fit so they should fit comfortably over your hiking pants."

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Zach's notes

"A solid pair of affordable rain pants. No frills, but you will be dry."


Hiking Shirts

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Zach's notes

"Just because you're on the trail doesn't mean you can't do it in style. The merino will keep you smelling fresh(ish) even after a couple days of use!"

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"The same hiking in style applies to this shirt as well. "

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"Stretchy and odor resistant polyester make this a great option. "

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