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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 08-25-2013, 10:40 PM
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dsuursoo dsuursoo is offline
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Backpack: Mountainsmith Maverick 65
Sleeping Gear: ALPS +20 mummy
Shelter: Kelty Noah 9x9
 
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Originally Posted by richwads
I'm wearing this one out (used it for years before switching to the polycryo about 3 yrs ago), and the layers have stayed bonded. Cut with scissors. It is a great idea to go under a sleeping pad. When out in the open (not under a tarp or tent), it's not fun in the day time because of the solar reflection.

... well, damn. i have a perfectly good reason to get one (to cut up)now.
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Old 04-11-2014, 10:32 AM
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CurlyFry CurlyFry is offline
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Lowe Alpine Kanga Himal SE 100+15 - 9lb
Marmot Sawtooth 15F - 2lbs 11oz
Terra Nova Sololite w/ground sheet - 5lbs 7oz
Klymit Insulated Static V - 25oz

Total: 18.68 lbs
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  #153  
Old 04-11-2014, 06:08 PM
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GWyble GWyble is offline
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Backpack: Mariposa Plus / REI Flash 65
Sleeping Gear: Eureka Silver City / Lafuma WnL 600
Shelter: Tarptent Squall 2 / Appy Trails Mark V
 
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Location: St Charles, MO
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Henry Shires Tarptent Squall 2 34 oz
Gossamer Gear Mariposa Plus 24 oz
Big Agnes Aircore Mummy Pad 19 oz
Lafuma WnL 1000 Sleeping Bag 20 degree 39 oz

Total 7.25 lbs

Not bad are pretty comfortable. In warm weather I could use a lighter sleeping bag. I have a Gossamer Gear Night Lite Torso Pad that shaves another pound but requires more precise site selection.

Glenn
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  #154  
Old 04-26-2014, 06:56 AM
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Bushwalker Bushwalker is offline
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JUST having a quick look at the lightest gear that I have in my shed, that could do for a 3-4 day LW trip, I have :

A 50 litre Mountain Designs pack (now superseded, so the model doesn't matter) 1.6 kgs empty, it weighs in at just under 2 kgs (just over 4 lbs) with a hydration bladder and a raincover;

A Fairydown (Macpac) Bivy bag, weighs just over 900 gms (2 lbs);

A summer-weight sleeping bag (I have Snugpak, Kathmandu and Snowgum brands to choose from..) comes in a just under the 900 gm weight (under 2 lbs);

And one of those yellow high-density closed-cell foam sleeping mats, that weighs less than 8 oz. with a home-made carry bag..

THAT lot gives a total dry weight of about 4 kg, give or take a hundred grams (I was using a small spring scale, so accuracy isn't too great..) ~ or just under 9 pounds.
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Old 11-24-2014, 10:00 AM
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New member here, but long time backpacker since about 1980 mostly hike in Florida year round.

Pack: Granite Gear Leopard V.C 46 with lid and frame removed (33 oz)
Tent: Mountain Laurel Designs Partrol Tarp Shelter (12 oz.) Borah Gear Bug Bivy (8 oz)
Sleeping Bag: Marmot NanoWave55 (24 oz)
Pad: none

Total: 77 oz 4.8 lbs
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Old 12-29-2014, 03:19 PM
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RedSoxFan RedSoxFan is offline
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big three weight

Northface Stormbreak 1 tent 1446 g
Northface Tynx sleeping bag (35deg) 879 g
Northface Terra 50 Pack 1700 g

total grams = 4025

total lbs = 8.87
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Old 12-29-2014, 07:49 PM
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philman philman is offline
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Backpack: MYOG Cuben, Osprey Atmos 65 AG
Sleeping Gear: MYOG Down Quilt, Enlightened Equipment Accomplice
Shelter: SMD Deschutes CF Tarp, SMD Lunar Duo
 
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Location: Alton, Illinois
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Homemade Cuben Fiber Pack w/Hip Belt Pockets: 10.50 oz
SMD Gatewood Cape/Tyvek Ground Sheet/8 Vargo Ti Stakes: 19.35 oz
Homemade Down Quilt/Cuben Fiber Dry Sack: 16 oz
Trimmed Z-Lite Pad (torso length): 5.77 oz

Total: 51.62 oz / 3.23 lbs

I will sometimes substitute an Exped UL 7.5 full length pad (12.36 oz with stuff sack and patch kit) for the Z-Lite, bringing the total to 3.64 lbs. Makes me wonder why I just don't bring the Exped Pad all the time!

If I count the weight of one of the crappy Coleman trekking poles I have to set the Gatewood up I think the total jumps to somewhere around 40 lbs!
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Old 03-21-2015, 01:27 PM
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badwolf badwolf is offline
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Backpack: Granite Gear Leopard 58 AC KI or Deuter Aircontact 50L
Sleeping Gear: Thermarest NeoLite XL womens, Big Agnes Roxy Ann
Shelter: Big Agnes Copper Spur UL1
 
Join Date: Sep 2013
Location: Ohio
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TENT 3.34lb
Big Agnes Copper Spur UL1 = 48.5oz
Tyvek Ground Cloth = 5.38oz
SLEEP SYSTEM 3.32lb
Big Agnes Amber 30-deg bag = 28.25oz
Montbell UL Comfort Pillow w/repair kit = 3oz
Big Agnes Insulated 15-deg pad w/repair kit = 22oz
PACK 3lbs
Granite Gear Leopard 58 A.C. KI = 3lbs

Total: 9.66lbs

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