Nice web site for outdoor equipment.hightine said:Here is what I have. Learned about it from hardcore big mountain hunters. Put me to sleep pretty quick. They are very light.
MH, you need to read the book The Soldiers Load and the Mobility of a Nation. Basically goes through how every added pound (however small it may seem in the big picture) wears on you over a long course of miles/time. Makes you think twice about saying "a little extra weight may be worth it". No, a little extra weight is never worth it over the long haul. You pack smart, and light. Just a suggestion. But hey, I was only in the Marines for 4 years and only did a "couple humps"... OorahMichaux Hunter said:I'm looking at purchasing one of the Therm-A-Rest pads. Weight of about 1.2 lb to 2.2 lb. Sleeping is a must so a little extra weight may be worth it.
Great! I'll have it back just in time for you to use. All broke in and everything. Hate for you to sleep on a new smelling pad. You know how those fumes can beMichaux Hunter said:It maybe for rent.I'm also going to use it end of September or beginning October.