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 Post subject: Re: Winter Backcountry Gear Lists
PostPosted: Wed Nov 17, 2010 7:46 pm 
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MountainDog wrote:
Under emergency gear, I also carry a tin cup that can be used for melting snow in...[/img]


This is smart thinking.

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 Post subject: Re: Winter Backcountry Gear Lists
PostPosted: Thu Nov 18, 2010 9:38 pm 
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For a day ride, here's whats in my pack. Excludes my gear and beacon. Dakine HeliPro (old)

Extra Clothes:
Heavy Gloves/Liners
SmartWool socks (in ziplock bag)
Balaclava
Bandanna
Insulated Layer (northface primaloft)
Sunglasses

First Aid:
Latex Gloves
Hand Sanitizer
Condom (you never know...)
Bandaids/Gauze Pads/Wrap
Antiseptic/Antibiotic creams
Hydrocortisone
Imodium/Ibuprofen/Antacids
Burn Gel
Safety Pins
Hockey Tape
Lip Balm

Oh Shit:
TP
Trashbags
Handwarmers
Space Blanket
Leather Laces
Superglue
Zip Ties
Bailing Wire
Multi-Tool (SOG Powerlock)
Duct Tape/Electrical Tape (wrapped around ski poles and shovel handle)
Snickers bar
Headlamp
Extra lighter or three

Shovel (voile telepro)
Probe
GPS/Map/Compass
Inhaler/Vitamin C (asthmatics if you aren't on the vitamin C, you need to be)
Hydrator Pack 3L (usually 1-1.5L in it)
Lunch (kept organized in an old hydrator insulator)
Beer
Safety gear

PS I love these threads

P.S.S does JB Weld work below zero F? I recently replaced it with superglue


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 Post subject: Re: Winter Backcountry Gear Lists
PostPosted: Thu Nov 18, 2010 10:14 pm 
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Thanks for sharing, Tundra. JBWeld would seem like a pain to me. Having to carry both tubes and doing the mixing would be a real bitch in freezing temps.

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 Post subject: Re: Winter Backcountry Gear Lists
PostPosted: Tue Nov 30, 2010 8:53 am 
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Nice list Tundra. I'm glad to see that someone else is a fan of ziplock bags.

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