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alex26  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, May 29, 2012 11:45:08 PM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,
If everything goes right, I go to Alta via in late June-early July.

What a good idea to purchase a backpack? Read some discussions here and lost. With Ms? Without Ms. system From what I understand, it is desirable that the backpack should not exceed 7-8 kg (excluding water).
If you have any recommendations on specific models as well (or model specific warnings, and the same is true of companies in general love to hear).

This second issue. I have shoes 3 years olds, served me during the gdena of the overseas trips (not in Max a little snow in ski resort
Until I switched to ski boots). They are in pretty good shape, and I realized that isn't very hard, so I hate to buy a new pair if I don't have.
Would love for you to have a look and experience a mind

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Too old? Inadequate? (It should be noted that they are a little big, I realized several that benefit).
Speaking of shoes, some socks are recommended? Ricochet military good enough or do we need a ndefot sweating etc?

Tuesday's deal carries clothing. Amnon indicate that temperature a day normally 15-20 and night 5 degrees (I am aware of course that is just statistics but still):
What clothing do you recommend? I have a thermal vest and short shirts, my warm clothing I too bulky and suited for this kind of trip, so if you'd like to have that.
Thermal vest one enough or do we need? (Plan to do the course in 9 days).
Some recommended pants? Long- Break up? Short- I'd love to recommend a model ...
Assuming I'm not spoiled and have no problem airing every night this shirt/vest/whatever and of course given time for clothes to dry (12 hours)
How many items do you recommend taking anything?

Last but not least thing walking sticks. Best practices- If so how One or 2? Asked about this folding sticks? There wouldn't be a problem to insert them into a backpack.

* I'd love if you specify anything else you think I should take (read the list of equipment in the main post of ALTA VIA1).

Thank you:)

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זמי1  
#2 Posted : Wednesday, May 30, 2012 12:19:53 AM(UTC)
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Boots-Lo.

What is your budget? You seem to have quite a few things. Conference equipment list equipment Forum and read what you need to.

Overall-pod 40-50 liters if rpiogis sleep, shoes, evening sandal, 3 Professional socks, long pants walk you falls apart, a conference dinner. 3 ndefot underwear, sweat shirt walking short shirt funkier head band-Israel thermal to false. Long sleeve shirt for the evening, brass light, hat, towel, sheet, pillowcase, cotton pillowcase or liner, flexible water tank 3 liters, 2 poles, rain gear-storm coat thin and simple. First aid equipment. Multipurpose SOAP. Everything else but water and food every night luxury wash clothes.

This is.

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alex26  
#3 Posted : Wednesday, May 30, 2012 12:28:23 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for the reference!

Shoe budget to 600, of course I'd like to pay less if possible)

This bag ? (Posted yesterday in Forum equipment)

Do you have a recommendation for a preferred shop where you can purchase all of the items you specified? (Mainly brass rods and clothing for storm)
Or looking at the regular networks-hiker Ricochet etc.

Thanks again.


shaharellert  
#4 Posted : Wednesday, May 30, 2012 12:48:31 AM(UTC)
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This backpack is well beyond your needs in terms of volume.

No more towards this one or this one.

These are just examples, the concept of understanding (if not in space, 40 liters are sufficient).

It is also possible to bend toward the soft bags out back system if you are careful about lightweight equipment.

In General, it is better not to buy. The best option to avoid taxes and shipping charges is that someone can pass it to you.

If there is no possibility, survey of prices (travel equipment comparison site called spadout) and keep u.s. companies can help deliver that provide personal address in the USA too) such as tnt worldshop).

Know that you are exempt from customs duties on goods worth up to 325$.

Good luck



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#5 Posted : Wednesday, May 30, 2012 12:57:53 AM(UTC)
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If you're out late June I doubt you could invite international course isn't difficult and requires special equipment, start hanging out in stores to search. First of all, what is there to meet and try and then come back and help to decide.
alex26  
#6 Posted : Wednesday, May 30, 2012 1:05:48 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for that reference dawn but I'm not going to buy from abroad and I don't want to risk it.

How available I Pod?
That means if you have (probably) change anywhere on the track. The difference in weight is 40 litre backpack is just over a mile.
Believe I get to harder routes in the future.

I'd love if you treat the subject of shoes and related equipment I asked in a previous post.

Thanks
S.K.  
#7 Posted : Wednesday, May 30, 2012 1:11:45 AM(UTC)
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Since the pod tiiachsetch I offered, so:
Practical lower weight and weighs 2.4 kg and as shown in the link.
If you want you can measure it with my weight.
As I wrote you a specific trip volume 40 liters probably enough certainly. However, taking into account future trips and backpack as suggested solutions Pavilion on a trip "on the back.
Always better to get slightly larger casing half empty but with good back than smaller backpack blow back system with equipment easier.
alex26  
#8 Posted : Wednesday, May 30, 2012 1:51:39 AM(UTC)
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I may in the same line of thought, and yet I want to hear the opinion of smarter than me.

Ma,
Online investigation cost (for now) the following models:

First OUTDOOR model

Two model Haute Ferrino

A third model, also Haute Ferrino

I'd love to hear your opinion on them.
Tomorrow I might jump to travel and some shops and come back with maybe models.

Thank you.
HarmonicWave  
#9 Posted : Wednesday, May 30, 2012 2:44:10 AM(UTC)
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You need to decide whether you buy equipment for this tour or other tours.

From what you described with the shoes you don't tend to travel a lot, you believe I get to harder routes in the future. "

I'd buy just the immediate needs supplies and to match the character of AV1. You may not open this hobby already, or alternatively, with experience know what exactly fits and works for you (at the moment you just don't know how to answer that yourself, and even hard to ask the right questions).

It's the process that I went through, however.

איתי  
#10 Posted : Wednesday, May 30, 2012 8:35:06 AM(UTC)
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About Backpack, that you can find in the country and is highly recommended, you also fit to AV1 and weekend trips (with overnight).

I wasn't going for 60 liter backpack-more for your needs.

Overall, I think you have some work to do-read a bit in Google, and see what you need, we really can help you.

alex26  
#11 Posted : Wednesday, May 30, 2012 5:36:07 PM(UTC)
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Good friends I went to travel and made a comprehensive overview, here are the findings:

1. case KODIAK 40 + 5 with the back, where a 10-pound barbell and spinning him time in the store and it felt comfortable. Welcome to opinion: Photo 1
Price after discount grandiose-attractive $ 420 (list price $ 700).

2. shoes-GRI company SPORT, Photo (I know it's not ideal but angle took it. The model name unfortunately I do not have but I believe good enough shoes.
Price after rebate $ 600 (980 price).

* I haven't bought anything, just I reviewed everything and wrote.

I'd love to hear what you think.

Thanks
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