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ndv1  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, April 22, 2014 10:45:18 PM(UTC)
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Hello everyone, I have been reading several months here in the Forum and my discharge from the army, I decided to sign up and begin to share in this wonderful community.

I'm currently is in the process of purchasing equipment for the army's tour in dilemma. I plan to travel in Israel and abroad, when exploring the Earth will occur in the coming months and about 5 months I plan to fly to South America and to travel there as well. Right now I'm undecided about choosing, when discrimination is between Ultralite of WM and the Summerlite model. The star olterliit 7 and samerliit in 0. I'm sure asamerliit will do the country conditions, but I'm not sure whether or not it is better to invest in the olterliit model (which will be much warmer and ponder) or it's overkill and can live with the samerliit even in the summer in South America?

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#2 Posted : Wednesday, April 23, 2014 1:13:09 AM(UTC)
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דרא"מ is a big place.

I think if you're going for a lot of Patagonia or the Northern Andean dishes more countries (Peru, Bolivia), I'd go with the olterliit. The smerliit will be very borderline on some treks.

Your diagnosis is correct about it would be overkill to Earth (smerliit will do), but I think it's rather the opposite situation.

shaharellert  
#3 Posted : Wednesday, April 23, 2014 8:25:29 AM(UTC)
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I think first of all you need to set the temperature you're likely to encounter in the land/דרא"מ/all.

Secondly, are you going to sleep in a tent? With clothing (isolated synthetic thermal Puch, etc)? What kind of mattress (puffy/platib what the R.)

And now-rstiliot costs money or pay. Wide temperature range there is no escape except:

1. buy two sleeping bags in a range of different (expensive).

2. buy a certain temperature to ו"להוסיף" a few degrees with a dedicated liner.

3. sleep with extra insulation (jacket/reverse, otis Conference.)

I don't know what you mean to do trekking in South Africa, but most people I knew were published independently (and a question you should answer it ...) but through an organized Agency (including rental). Also, if they're part of the trekking minor travel trip volume/weight/cost of quality to low temperature kg.

I have the summerlite and highlite. We sleep with them in the country and are very pleased. I think if at the end you decide you need to land the only highlite does the job just fine and do not need additional investment (volume/price/weight) at summerlite.

Nice release!

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#4 Posted : Wednesday, April 23, 2014 9:02:59 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = shaharellert; 579255]
I don't know what you mean to do trekking in South Africa, but most people I knew were published independently (and a question you should answer it ...) but through an organized Agency (including rental).


It depends on the goal in the Patagonian Andean dishes, it's true, it's not really acceptable.
Also in the Andean dishes, I'd hire you are going miles to Trek (and I guess if you're interested in a vm it didn't bag.)

As dawn and Harmonix also wrote you a range of conditions to which you are pointing is very wide and you need to make a lot of compromises in Kenya of a mile to two destinations.

I have a hot used me for miles and for winter and added me 200 pounds of cheap outdoor 300 shekels (800 grams) for walks in the country-the rest of the year.
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#5 Posted : Wednesday, April 23, 2014 12:59:21 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = me; 579256] [Quote = shaharellert; 579255] I don't know what you mean to do trekking in South Africa, but most people I knew were published independently (and a question you should answer it ...) but through an organized Agency (including rental).

this depends on the destination: in the Patagonian Andean dishes, it's true, it's not really acceptable. Also in the Andean dishes, I'd hire you are going miles to Trek (and I guess if you're interested in a bag of it vm ...) as dawn and Harmonix also wrote you a range of conditions to which you are pointing is very wide and you need to make a lot of compromises in Kenya of a mile to two destinations. I have a hot used me for miles and for winter and added me 200 pounds of cheap outdoor 300 shekels (800 grams) for walks in the country-the rest of the year.

The Stapp sounds your very well and certainly better than what I thought. You use the microliit of outdoor? There are more people here testimonials about km makes it not very enough in terms of heat? (I'm going to sleep in a tent, and preferably with as little clothing)

ItaiG  
#6 Posted : Wednesday, April 23, 2014 2:48:29 PM(UTC)
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There is also the Yukon SQ of small komptecti in airports, and can be used as seasonal.

ndv1  
#7 Posted : Wednesday, April 23, 2014 3:39:25 PM(UTC)
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I found the alotlein of North Star, 35 pace does anyone use it?

איתי  
#8 Posted : Wednesday, April 23, 2014 11:26:31 PM(UTC)
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Yes, the microliit of outdoor-surprise me for the better.
Salewa was also previously in similar price weight-don't know if still available.
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#9 Posted : Thursday, April 24, 2014 3:40:22 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = ndv1; 579253]

Hello everyone, I have been reading several months here in the Forum and my discharge from the army, I decided to sign up and begin to share in this wonderful community.

I'm currently is in the process of purchasing equipment for the army's tour in dilemma. I plan to travel in Israel and abroad, when exploring the Earth will occur in the coming months and about 5 months I plan to fly to South America and to travel there as well. Right now I'm undecided about choosing, when discrimination is between Ultralite of WM and the Summerlite model. The star olterliit 7 and samerliit in 0. I'm sure asamerliit will do the country conditions, but I'm not sure whether or not it is better to invest in the olterliit model (which will be much warmer and ponder) or it's overkill and can live with the samerliit even in the summer in South America?

Been here a great recommendation on a sleeping bag comfort of 6 tuners, if you are planning a trip that generally serious sack.

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