XLC 470 by Camp

XLC 470 by Camp

Super-light spikes that work great when you aren't kicking into too much water ice or rock.

  • Stay hydrated without strapping a bulky water bottle to your hip. The Platypus reusable, flexible nylon and polyethylene pouch squishes to stow in a pocket and shrinks as you drink. When empty, it rolls up for easy storage. Bacter... Stay hydrated without strapping a bulky water bottle to your hip. The Platypus reusable, flexible nylon and polyethylene pouch squishes to stow in a pocket and shrinks as you drink. When empty, it rolls up for easy storage. Bacteria-fighting lining.

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    Added 4 Years Ago from Backcountrygear
  • There's no better way to get the dishes done after dinner than to brew up a pot of strong French press coffee. There's really no better coffee than French press, IMHO, and the simplicity of the process seems tailored for camping. ... There's no better way to get the dishes done after dinner than to brew up a pot of strong French press coffee. There's really no better coffee than French press, IMHO, and the simplicity of the process seems tailored for camping. This one has held up to several camping trips over the past several years and shows little sign of wear.

  • This is by far the best deal in sleeping pads. It weighs less than a pound, costs $35, and is a whole 2 inches thick. The only drawback is that you have to blow it up yourself (takes ~3 minutes). Combine with a closed-cell foam pa... This is by far the best deal in sleeping pads. It weighs less than a pound, costs $35, and is a whole 2 inches thick. The only drawback is that you have to blow it up yourself (takes ~3 minutes). Combine with a closed-cell foam pad ($5 at your local army surplus store only a couple of ounces) for insulation.

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    Added 8 Years Ago from Backcountrygear
  • This is the last piece of my “must-have” gear when in the backcountry. Eat well with the MSR, sleeping well with the Thermarest, and lounge well with this Trekker chair. It turns your Thermarest into an E-Z Chair for the outdoors.... This is the last piece of my “must-have” gear when in the backcountry. Eat well with the MSR, sleeping well with the Thermarest, and lounge well with this Trekker chair. It turns your Thermarest into an E-Z Chair for the outdoors. Now if they only made Plasma TVs for the backcountry.