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Zephyr 2

rated 4 of 5 stars GREAT tent if under 100 USD. Recommended, but warning if you plan to use in heavy rain. UPDATE AFTER HAVING USED IT ON 4 TRIPS: The tent has been used for backpacking and car camping in four occasions; it has been used a total of 13 nights outdoors. Two occasions were hot weather (80's F) and two in cold, windy and rainy weather (around 30's F). It's still in perfect shape. I do use a polycro ground sheet and am very careful handling everything except for zippers which are doing great regardless. Full review

Mystique 2

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Awesome, lightweight tent. Loved it during my backpack hiking to Humboldt Peak, Colorado. Full review

Ultra-Light Air Pad

rated 3 of 5 stars This pad can get you down to high teens with its R-value rated at 3.6 (I only used it in about low 20s). It's not the most packable pad but can be handled. I have not had any problems with durability and seems like it will last. This pad and its price is a great budget option for those that aren't concerned about packability and just want to keep off the ground. The Alps Mountaineering Ultra-Light Air Pad self-inflating sleeping pad (say that five times fast) is a great budget option for those who… Full review

Nimbus Jacket

rated 3.5 of 5 stars The ALPS Mountaineering Nimbus is a rain jacket that I’ve found to be waterproof and also very breathable. It’s cut a little large for layering. Disclosure: I enrolled in the ALPS Mountaineering product review program, bought the jacket at MSRP, and received a 40% off MSRP rebate for my first review with a further 20% off MSRP for my second, for a total of 60% off MSRP. I bought my ALPS Mountaineering Nimbus Jacket a couple years ago mainly to wear while deicing aircraft. The price was right… Full review

Cascade 4200

rated 2 of 5 stars I loved this pack from the start. It is several years old now, but I've only used it 5 or 6 times for weekend trips. I have noticed the material beginning to come apart where the stitching is. This is taking place at nearly all stress points. Very disappointed with the build materials of this pack!!!! I would give it a 5 except for it falling apart. I would upload a photo if I had that option. Full review

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