Originally Posted by Subsammich
I have two pairs for summer, one liner for hiking and one midweight for sleeping.
Winter i will have a midweight a liner and a think (HEAVYWEIGHT?!) for winter
I might look into better options for hats, its just what im using right now and it works.
Thanks for the tip, because i can probably go lighter and do better.
The sawyer is listed at a generic weight, i do not own it yet. If your saying 3oz max ill change the weight, and save 5oz. Best way to shed some pack weight is to re-evaluate your math!
I have a little pin on compass someone recently gave me, and i hiked today using it and it worked pretty well so i think ill end up using it at .4oz
Tulle is going to be a trial and error for me, im going to baby it, but i have plans on getting a backup just incase! I think i can be careful, i hope.
Thanks for the feedback, and ill be making changes to my things.
Not a problem. You might want to add one set of hiking socks (liner for summer, midweight for winter) so that you can have semi-dry feet (at least, your feet don't start out
wet at the beginning of the day). It'll add a little weight, but you'd be surprised how much dry feet can make you happy.
Note that you may want
the faucet backflush kit. There are probably lighter options out there (and I urge you to look for them), but backflushing of the the filter is necessary every eight to ten gallons (so, assuming eight to ten hours of trail travel per day at ~1 L per hour, that's once every four to five days) to avoid excessive slowdown.
I hope everything goes well!