Osprey Exos 58
Osprey Exos 58
Though I consider myself a noob, I'm already largely over equipped. So before adding new gear I should get rid of older stuff. And then...
- a cuben tarp
- a M50 hammock
- a Zimmerbuilt backpack.
80-100 litre Rucksack
3 season sleeping bag
Winter under quilt
Exped Downmat UL (I know, underquilts are the way to go, but pads work well in my DIY bridges).
New hiking poles (with camera mount through the handle to mod them for spreader bar use)
I'm adding a Zimmerbuilt backpack to my wishlist, especially after seeing Sargevining and Hangnout's packs. I'm green with envy...
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Either a Zimmerbuilt Pack or ULA OHM......
A lightweight tarp and bugnet setup for going to ground with the wife.
A down jacket
Wilderness logic summer series quilt set.
Maybe a different 3S quilt, but mostly the tarp.
I have a WBBB but I'd really like to try a Ridgerunner.
I'm about to receive my tq any day now, so that pretty much completes the camping set-up.
However, an Ally canoe, the 611 or 614, is on the wish list for sure. At 15-18 kg and foldable, they are ideal for my intentions. I'll get one this year probably.
Of course, expanding things into outdoorsy stuff I don't do today would expand the list exponentially.. I have an idea to paddle the Swedish coast line in a kayak ("Sea Kayaker's Blue Ribbon"), so there's a full equipment list for that needed.. Rune's winter hike videos also makes me interested in getting a pair of touring skis with all that follows.. and obviously I can't go out winter camping unless I get myself a tigoat style stove with a tarp to suit.
Oh, and for those trips with that canoe and/or skis with pulk, i'd like to bring a Skeppshult cast iron Dutch oven.
Last edited by K0m4; 02-20-2013 at 13:45.
A shorter list would probably be what isn't on the wishlist.