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neta87  
#21 Posted : Sunday, January 24, 2010 12:58:38 AM(UTC)
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Indeed understand words that first trip so I wanted to give you another consideration

Upgraded equipment, then I can't help you but the Bank didn't like and trekking are common if desired. I also strengthens my predecessor, Patagonia gear and very cheaply because there company climbers on Capstone and snow (many of them sell each other equipment).

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#22 Posted : Sunday, February 14, 2010 11:01:13 AM(UTC)
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Iron, if it's still relevant-mattresses, I have the previous model of the PROLITE (2.5 cm-thick slim model), is more than enough to Patagonia (from experience) and have only good things to say about him!

The difference between the NAO he-proliit insulation material is a sponge mattress, opening the valve, absorb expands and fills the air.
The insulation of the neo is actually launch this kind of "sea foam" and therefore greater thickness (no data on this, but I guess that is a little less isolated because of this).

If I'm not mistaken, Amtrak has a mattress like that, maybe he can tell him a little.
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