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5/7/2017 7:01 PM
 

from a recent snowshoe trip I carried the following- for emergency shelter bits I carried a Blizzard bag, a 1/8" 20x50 ccf pad, silnylon 5x7' tarp (along w/ some smaller diameter dyneema cordage)




I keep a z-lite sitpad in the rear slot- almost a perfect fit :)




extra clothing I carry a light pullover puffy, hooded fleece and a balaclava




they fit into a small dry bag (from OR)




"essentials" include tp, first aid kit, fire kit, repair kit, headlamp, cordage, aquatabs and a polycro groundsheet
they also go into a small (smaller) dry bag







hardshell attached to the bottom of the pack, two 1 liter platypus bottles in the side pockets and snowshoes attached with the compression straps




in it's natural environ :)







 

 
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5/9/2017 4:08 AM
 
Always love seeing what you pack mtwarden...always speaks of experience to me.
 
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6/21/2017 1:11 PM
 
while certainly not designed with overnighters in mind, I wanted to see how the Tara would fare in that task

I used a pretty light/low volume kit and added a 5 liter dry bag attached to the front of the pack courtesy of the two lashing straps. The dry bag contained a light Apex quilt and light Apex puffy. I used the bottom lashing pointfor a short Neoair pad. At the bottom of my pack went a eVENT bivy- these components made up my sleep/shelter system. I had a small dry bag that contained a few items of clothing- sleep socks, light fleece mitts and a fleece balaclava. My cook setup was a 600 ml to pot w/ lid, small wood burning stove and plastic spoon. Food for a day and a half with a bear hang bag.
Water was a 20 ounce Gatorade bottle- which by the way fits the two shock cords on the shoulder straps like it was made for it- the shock cords fit perfectly into the grooves of the bottle and made water access easy and secure. A Steripen Opti for purification.

The kit bag carried essentials like fire, first aid, headlamp, map/compass, etc

Total pack weight was 11 lbs (and a little over 2 in the kit bag) and carried great. The low profile of the pack let me get through and around blowdown with ease.

I also took my Tenkara setup which also went under the lashing straps.


 
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10/27/2019 2:43 PM
 

I wrote a really long description of how my every day kit system has evolved to use my new Tarahumara and a selection of pouches. I hope it is OK to link to external sites here. This is probably a little long for a forum post!

Long format post is here: 

http://www.jennyandjonathangetmarried...my-current-edc/

 

 
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