Having survived the marshland of Florida, Saint is now the "Grizzly Adams" of Dahlonega, Ga., a mountaineer and pro cyclist tamer. This savvy businessman turned a passion into a living, and continues to convince his wife they are living THE dream, not A dream. The upcoming year will be a success when he figures out how to get a team kit to fit normal frames like himself.
Josh is the Managing Partner of the RealCyclist.com Pro Cycling Team. (otrmgt.com)
and Owner of the Hiker Hostel (hikerhostel.com)
Use these primarily for wind and to put on at camp but does work very well in cold rains. They are light weight and durable. Easy to put on and off without having to remove your shoes.
Have had my WhisperLite since 1994. Have hiked over 3000 miles and never had any problems. In 2001 I did add the shaker jet adapter to minimize the amount of cleaning I have to do after trips. Would take a lot to convince me to carry another stove.
If traveling overseas finding fuel is not a problem. My stove is not the international and it will still safely burn some other types of fuel. In the picture I posted I am burning a petrol based paint thinner I found in Argentina.
Best stove ever made for distance hiking.
Switched over to this bags several years ago an have carried for over 1000 miles. Will not get another bag. Super light weight and very warm and it can be packed smaller than a 32oz water bottle.
Got a sample at Tour of Utah this past summer and fell in love. It is great both on the bike or when I am backpacking. Great taste, they do not get hard as a rock when it is cold and who doesn't want blueberry!
Great full zip from LG.