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  1. #61

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    A top quilt. 20 degrees
    An under quilt. 20 degrees
    A Sawyer Squeeze water filter with the Official Hammock Forum Jet Flow conversion kit.
    An Outdoor Research Helium II rain jacket. I'm currently on a quest for good rain gear. I think this $150 jacket made be my holy grail.

    Nice to have but not immediately needed would be:
    A lighter weight down jacket.
    A NeoAir pad for going to ground
    A lightweight going to ground tent like a Contrail Tarp tent.

    That pretty much does it for my 3 season gear. For winter I'd love to have:

    Insulated pants.
    Insulated boots
    MSR Lightning Snow Shoes.

    If I ever do a mega thru hike I'd like to upgrade my BearVault soloist bear canister to the bigger BV500. But for anything less I don't want to carry the extra weight. Whenever you're up near Lake Tahoe (not too far from here) you have to be aware of bears.

    I can say that I'm REALLY happy with my recent gear purchase of a ULA Circuit backpack (just 2.5 pounds).
    I really like my alky stove from bottlestoves.com and I'm learning to use my super simple fancy feast /hole punch stove.
    12 cm Imusa pot with pot cozy. Great pot which is cheap, light, and wide enough not to have to dig down inside to get yoru food.

  2. #62
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    The new 11 ft WBBB XLC, a lightweight Dangerbird, Clark NX-250 (regret selling mine, but love the Vertex). Okay, I'll probably just get one of these, but still deciding on which one.
    Happy Hangin!!!


    AKA BajaHanger

    You cannot solve a problem with the same mind that created it. -Albert Einstein

  3. #63
    Senior Member chickenwing's Avatar
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    Abbeville, SC
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    Quote Originally Posted by BajaHanger View Post
    The new 11 ft WBBB XLC, a lightweight Dangerbird, Clark NX-250 (regret selling mine, but love the Vertex). Okay, I'll probably just get one of these, but still deciding on which one.
    Would it not be easier for you to put what is NOT on your gear list???
    and then

    Check out my website www.cwhammocks.com or Find me on the YouTubes
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  4. #64
    Cali's Avatar
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    I don't have a big wish list, my gear room is getting pretty full. I'm still trying to downsize to make room for new stuff.
    Happy Hangin!!!


    AKA BajaHanger

    You cannot solve a problem with the same mind that created it. -Albert Einstein

  5. #65
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    WBBB 1.7 DL
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    WB SuperFly
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    A topquilt
    Cold Steel Trail Hawk
    Optimus Crux stove
    Bahco Laplander folding saw
    Some Platypus bottles
    Sawyer Squeeze filter

  6. #66
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    prezidential suite
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gavin1999 View Post
    1. eno underquilt
    2.eno rain fly tarp
    really I'd read reviews on here and keep looking

    me
    underquilts. com tq/uq are looking sweet
    mora knife
    lots of Amsteel

  7. #67
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    Athens,Ga
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    Clark DLX, ENO SN, BIAS WWM
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    Ox Palace, Noah 12
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    Oxgear, KAQ, WL
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    An Ox Gear 14 x 12 tarp with doors
    0 degree UQ of downy goodness
    Everyone ought to believe in something....I believe I'll go set up the hammock!

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    Senior Member Just swingin's Avatar
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    Baja,
    I'm with you on the WBBB. Maybe one day. When you work in human services like I do getting the funds to buy cool stuff comes irregularly. That does make the wish list fun though.

    Quote Originally Posted by BajaHanger View Post
    The new 11 ft WBBB XLC, a lightweight Dangerbird, Clark NX-250 (regret selling mine, but love the Vertex). Okay, I'll probably just get one of these, but still deciding on which one.

  9. #69
    Senior Member Lorax's Avatar
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    WBBB (1.7,1.1) Nx-200 and ENO DN
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    Superfly and MJ
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    Pad and HG UQ
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    I just want to lighten up my suspensions on a few hammocks and perhaps the same to my tarps this year.
    I just got a 0* UQ and will most likley add a 40* for summer use.

  10. #70
    Mullach' Abu XTrekker's Avatar
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    Hampton Roads, Virginia
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    DIY - Canoe Hammock
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    DIY Hex Tarp
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    Complete set of Base-layer Merino Wool for me and my wife as well as some new gloves and beanies. That alone will be around $250. lol.. Plus we both plan to get new set of Hiking Shoes. Add $200.....Dang..this stuff is expensive. lol

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