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Peak 1 Feather 400

rated 4 of 5 stars Bullet proof. I have had mine for a long time and it keeps on burning. I have the multi fuel model and it has been a blessing. kerosene, white gas, unleaded, it burns them all. It's on the bulky and heavy side, but it WORKS plain and simple. It's stable and reliable and versatile in the backcountry. That is what matters. Full review

Golden Hiking Boots

rated 4 of 5 stars Good hikers for the price. Unless you're doing much more serious hiking than me (and I put pretty tough miles on my hiking boots) they are a good pair of boots. Surprisingly good grip even on wet surfaces. Mine fit about half a size too large, so take that into account. I bought these at Big 5 on sale for $29. They aren't top of the line, but $200 hikers don't make the views any prettier or the deer any bigger.  With normal Nike socks on they fit about half a size too large, so take into account… Full review

Peak 1 Feather 400

rated 5 of 5 stars This a great stove if you find one. It's very durable and reliable. I bought this stove in 1988 and have used it countless times over the last 28 years. There only two steps to setting up for this stove....fill it up and pump it up. It's very easy to light, just flip the lever and add a spark. At first, you will see a large orange/yellow flame. Then, once the generator is warm, it will turn blue and start to roar. The key is to pump the stove as much as possible again after it's lit.  Flame control… Full review

Solo Cook Kit

rated 4.5 of 5 stars It is an outstanding set. The black anodized finish holds up well. Yeah, it heats well and I'm not afraid of crushing it by accident by misspacking. I work with Boy Scouts and I would even let them use it without much fear of it being destroyed. I use it with my alcohol stove and can boil water in about 5 minutes depending upon altitude and temperature. I enjoy this a great deal. It is versatile strong and does good work. I even enjoy the appearance of the black anodized surface. Holds up well,… Full review

Golden Hiking Boots

rated 4 of 5 stars I bought these at Big 5 for $29. I doubt they'll last as long as boots costing ten times the price, but for the price you can't beat them. They weigh only a pound. They weigh only a pound but are quite comfortable on the trail and stable. I never slip or slide, even on wet rocks or sand. Don't waste money on more expensive boots unless you plan to hike Mt Everest. Don't be an equipment snob with the latest brand name stuff. A tent is a tent. Boots are boots.  Stop trying to impress other hikers… Full review

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2007 Backpacking Stoves Preview
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