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Gear List The Gear List forum is the place to post your actual backpacking gear list, and to read what others have in their packs. Don't forget to specify weight.


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Old 02-21-2007, 12:47 PM
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Remnant Remnant is offline
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REI UL45 Pack -- 44oz
Mosquito Hammock & Fly -- 45oz
SlumberJack SuperGuide Bag -- 36oz

125oz or 7.81lb

Remnant
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Old 02-21-2007, 05:03 PM
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Pacl and Tent

Post should have read I use the same Pack (not Bag) and Tent.....
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Old 02-22-2007, 07:58 AM
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DrewNC2005 DrewNC2005 is offline
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New Big 3 (or 4)

Pack: SMD Essence - 13 oz
Shelter: Homemade tarp (including polycro groundsheet, stakes, guyline): 11 oz
Bag: WM Megalite - 26 oz
Pad: Insul-Mat Max Thermo - 22 oz + 2-3 oz Wal-Mart blue sit pad (trimmed from big one)

Total: ~4.5 lbs.
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Old 02-22-2007, 11:39 AM
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Mike_in_FHAZ Mike_in_FHAZ is offline
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Backpack: jam2
Sleeping Gear: 3 season TQ
Shelter: 10x11 hex tarp
 
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Location: Fountain Hills AZ
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pack, ula amp 10.6
bag, wm highlite 16.1
tent, TT Rainbow 34 after seam seal
pad, BA insul air core 26

the above is my normal, 3 season stuff. below is my warm weather SUL set-up.

Zpacks Z1 5.6
WM highlite 16.1
cat tarp+stakes 11.4
GG nightlite 7.5
total= 40.6 oz or 2.53 lbs

Last edited by Mike_in_FHAZ : 04-26-2007 at 10:23 AM.
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Old 02-22-2007, 03:20 PM
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Latecomer to the thread

Montbell #3 23 oz
DWR Zip Bivy with bug net 8 oz
Poncho Tarp 10 oz
G6 3.5 oz
Nightlight 5/8 pad 6 oz

Total = 50.5 oz, 3.2 lbs

Last edited by captn : 02-22-2007 at 03:23 PM.
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Old 02-25-2007, 11:35 AM
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Ratfunk Ratfunk is offline
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Here is my three season setup ;

Pack;
Golite Dawn 15oz.

Sleep system;
WM HiLite 16oz.
MLD Superlite Bivy 6oz.
3/8 Closed Cell Pad (trimmed down) 5oz.

Shelter;
MLD Silnylon Poncho/tarp and 6 Vargo stakes 15.5oz.

TOTAL; 57.5oz, or 3 pounds 6.6 ounces.

This setup works (for me) for four days without resupply, however in the early or latter part of the 'three season' range, very careful packing is needed because of extra clothing.

The Dawn pack is only 2500 cubic inches maximum, and comfortably carrys about 20 pounds.

'Funk
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Old 02-26-2007, 08:58 AM
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diana_of_the_dunes diana_of_the_dunes is offline
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Pack: Mountainsmith Ghost - 32 oz (Replacing with GoLite Jam2 when the coupons come out at REI... 19 oz)
Bag: homemade 20° quilt - 22 oz
Pad: InsulMat Max Thermo short - 15 oz
Shelter: Etowah Meadows tarp - 18 oz
I also bring along a bivy for bug protection, to use as a groundcloth, and in case I sleep outside the tarp. TiGoat bivy 8.5 oz

Maximum weight: 95.5 oz (5.97 lbs)
Weight once I get the Jam2: 82.5 oz (5.16 lbs)

Wow, that's really getting light!! I didn't realize I was under 6 lbs until now...
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Old 02-26-2007, 11:05 AM
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WildlifeNate WildlifeNate is offline
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Backpack: Osprey Atmos 50
Sleeping Gear: DIY down quilt
Shelter: ENO Doublenest Hammock, WB Bugnet, GG Tarp
 
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Location: Nacogdoches, TX
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Currently:
Osprey Atmos 50 (52 oz)
Cloudburst 2 (39oz)
BA Insul Air Core (25oz)
Lafuma Warm & Light 600 (23oz)

I'll probably knock a couple oz off the sleeping bag weight when I get my quilt finished.

Total: 8.7lb
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Old 03-02-2007, 08:19 PM
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small GoLite Gust 18 oz.
BA Seedhouse S1 40 oz.
Prolite 3 short 13 oz.
LL Bean 20 down 40 oz.
111 oz.<7#

Need a lighter bag, but pack in Alaska so need a warm one!
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Old 03-12-2007, 09:28 PM
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badfishgood badfishgood is offline
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My Sierra and desert 3-season Big 3:

Granite Gear Vapor Trail - 39 oz
Marmot Helium 15 Long - 34 oz
Big Agnes Air Core - 32.8 oz
TarpTent Double Rainbow - 45 oz

150.8 oz - 9.43 pounds.

I could go lighter with my sleeping bag but the Sierra is unpredictable in the spring and fall.
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