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Sprawler Ultralite Bivi

rated 4 of 5 stars A well-made (in the USA), breathable bivy with a waterproof bottom. This is my first bivy and it went with me on my first tarp trip.  I squeezed in a four-day trip on the Ice Age Trail in mid-November, just before deer season. Trying tarp camping for the first time I ordered this a week before leaving and it was at my door with days to spare. Temperatures dipped to 37 and the woods were damp from earlier rain. The first two nights I pitched the tarp with the sides pegged to the ground. I was amazed… Full review

Armadillo Pillow

rated 4 of 5 stars This fall, I had continued to use my inflatable camp pillow, which was fine except I had trouble adjusting inflation to a comfortable level, and it has a slick, and slippery surface. When I saw the Equinox pillow, I immediately was impressed by its softness, and nice level of padding. It may not pack as compactly as the inflatable, but it makes for a better night's sleep. This pillow is very comfortable; it is primarily used for canoe camping and some cabin/car camping. It has proven to be quite… Full review

Gila Ultralite Horizontal Pack Pocket

rated 3 of 5 stars I used this add-on pocket as a second hip belt pocket for my Deuter Act Lite 75+10 Backpack. It took a bit of fiddling to get it securely in place but then it was a handy addition. This review is for the large size horizontal add-on pocket. My backpack only had one hip belt pocket so I added this to the other side. First I needed a pocket large enough to easily store my Samsung Note 3 cell phone along with a few other small items I wanted to keep handy. I also wanted a pocket large enough to store… Full review

Tyvek Ground Cloth

rated 5 of 5 stars My sheet of washed and edge-seamed Tyvek with strategic grommets and center flaps acts as ground cloth, rain fly, tarp, bivy, pack cover or poncho. I don't leave home without it. Cut sheet to size of required footprint plus a foot or two on door side if under a tent. Place grommets where poles and stakes would go. Cut and seam openings for head and arms. Tape (Tyvek tape) flaps over head and arm slits. Seam all edges with Tyvek Tape. (Tyvek Tape is lighter than, say, Gorilla Tape, and equally strong.)… Full review

Vapor Barrier Liner

rated 4.5 of 5 stars This product is well constructed and performs extremely well. It is lightweight and well worth the additional weight in the winter setting. I have ventured into winter backpacking and after my first three-day trip and an extra 10 pounds to my pack gained from my sleeping bag a barrier was in order. Originally going to make one, but this one made of the same material I had gotten design for and I could not make it for that price. Well constructed and keep my bag dry and keeps me dry and warm. Compared… Full review

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