5+ years Later: What's your pack weigh?

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Re: 5+ years Later: What's your pack weigh?

Post by rayfound » Wed Aug 17, 2016 7:59 am

I do the same gear setup on a table in the garage. Its been out for weeks at this point, because I have been plundering it for day trips and not cleaning up.

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Re: 5+ years Later: What's your pack weigh?

Post by rlown » Wed Aug 17, 2016 9:23 am

sheperd80.. only just now noticed the pistol in the middle of your table. :paranoid: what is that for?

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Re: 5+ years Later: What's your pack weigh?

Post by sheperd80 » Wed Aug 17, 2016 11:30 am

rlown wrote:sheperd80.. only just now noticed the pistol in the middle of your table. :paranoid: what is that for?
"Slack Packers" lol ;-)

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Re: 5+ years Later: What's your pack weigh?

Post by wanderin.jack » Sun Aug 21, 2016 6:37 am

My solo rig is ~16# and food is 1# per day including tea and oil. Food is so low because I hike in a 70% ketogenic diet. Been doing this for a couple of years. I never bonk and the fat gives me a very nice long clean burn. I eat a lot of homemade pemican.


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