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    You can gladly send some cash my way, and I will show you what you too can buy!! ������

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    For winter camping I love the Cold Avenger: https://coldavenger.com/

    Keeps condensation off my quilt and it prevents me from getting a sore throat from breathing in cold air all night.
    Jacks R Better, makers of the of the Original Under Quilt and Bear Mountain Bridge Hammock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmc4free View Post
    Do you have a 0 UQ/TQ set?
    I know on average it doesn't get that cold in your area, but I don't know where your winter adventures take you.
    Yes, I have a 0* UGQ TQ/UQ set with 2oz overstuff in each. My winter adventures take me everywhere from the valley floor to right at the treeline. There is no such thing as bad weather just the wrong gear!

    Already have one. I do a lot of mountaineering as well.



    Quote Originally Posted by cneill13 View Post
    These two items are small and inexpensive but I can't camp without them in winter.

    The first is a Buff. A simple wool tube but extremely versatile.
    Love the buff! Wouldn't leave home without it!

    Quote Originally Posted by DGrav View Post
    For winter camping I love the Cold Avenger: https://coldavenger.com/

    Keeps condensation off my quilt and it prevents me from getting a sore throat from breathing in cold air all night.
    I'm thinking this might be an item to acquire.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shug View Post
    Boreal Woolie perhaps.....http://lrbushcraft.com/lester-river-...-shirt-anorak/
    Wearing one is it's own microclimate in deep winter.
    Shug
    Shug!! Your the reason I even have mukluks! Love the Anorak shirt! This is on the list of things to get!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunny Bear View Post
    Yes, I have a 0* UGQ TQ/UQ set....
    Whoops, I would have noticed that if I'd paid more attention to the details in your profile.

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    Those masks might be okay for sleeping but when I wear them with sunglasses - while xc skiing for example - they funnel the moisture up and fog the sunglasses. These days I have a variety of balaclavas; different weights.

    If you are going to bring a snow shovel, you might also consider a snow saw. Some manufacturers fit the saw inside the shovel handle. With the saw you can cut snow "bricks". Note that first you pack down the snow in a "quarry" area and get off it for 15 minutes or so - giving it time to set up. Then you can cut blocks out of that area to use for walls, tables, benches, etc. I've made many a shelter - main thing is to get out of the wind - with a shovel and saw. This winter, I'll try something more formal that make take a day or two to complete. So I'll have my hammock setup for the first night and maybe the second if construction doesn't work as planned.
    In order to see what few have seen, you must go where few have gone. And DO what few have done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cougarmeat View Post
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    If you are going to bring a snow shovel, you might also consider a snow saw. Some manufacturers fit the saw inside the shovel handle. With the saw you can cut snow "bricks".....
    I like this idea to upgrade my snow shovel! I've cut bricks out before when I had to camp out on Mt. Shasta. Scary night.

    I think I have my list of must haves!

    Thank you everyone for the input!

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    Please keep this post on the topic of hammock related gear and not general camping gear. Otherwise this post will be moved to the Donating Member area which will do the OP no good.

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