Waldy

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Primus Micron Stove

This is an excellent stove for those who insist on canister stoves for fast food use on the trail (i.e., boil water). I bought this stove more…
photo: Primus Micron Stove
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MSR WhisperLite

Whenever some newbie asks for advice for a beginner's gasoline backpacking stove, I always recommend the MSR WisperLite. I think the various…
photo: MSR WhisperLite
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Mautz Fire Ribbon

Instant fire in a tube. Mautz Fire Ribbon is a naptha paste in a tube (translate that to napalm). While it can actually be used to cook with,…
photo: Mautz Fire Ribbon
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Lowa Weisshorn GTX

Excellent overall boot, especially for technical alpine work. Surprisingly comfortable fit. I've always had to use a stiff boot due to injuring…
photo: Lowa Men's Weisshorn GTX
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Julbo Colorado

For as long as I can remember, I've always wanted a pair of Julbo glasses. For several decades I've wanted to own a pair of Julbo glasses. Not…
photo: Julbo Colorado
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Mountain Hardwear Hunker Down Jacket

Trying for so many years, I finally found an all-around down jacket that has everything I need. I was looking for a down-filled jacket that…
photo: Mountain Hardwear Men's Hunker Down Jacket
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The North Face Ibex

First bag I bought in 1970, and I'm still using it in 2013. When I started serious backpacking in the late '60s, I had to borrow gear as college…
 
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The North Face Gold Kazoo

This is a good, all-around, bag for three-season use. I bought this bag instead of the Blue Kazoo as I already had a 20 degree bag. When I got…
photo: The North Face Gold Kazoo
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Lowa Civetta

Excellent fit for me, quite warm for a non-vapor barrier boot. I got these at a closeout sale in Montreal a few years back (my first plastic…
photo: Lowa Civetta