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hikert  
#1 Posted : Friday, July 24, 2015 5:10:01 PM(UTC)
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Hey friends,

In early September I go for round two in northern Scandinavia, in the region of Lapland (Northern Sweden). The trip is intended to be a walk in the cabins, so there is no need to carry a tent or food during the track. No need to carry water, since most pint bottle is enough to fill many a rivers on the way. Appends the following partial list of equipment into orbit. Would love that explore and know the area and aware of the fickle weather, consult and experience and opinion on changes he would make in the list (and there is much room for changes and new shopping).

Base:

Backpack granite gear virga is 50L

Sleeping bag- top quilt logics wilderness

Leiner-brass (not known)

Mattress- thermarest z lite (there is also an option to thin gossamer gear platib)

Tent (as an option)- bearpaw designs Lair

Shoes- New Balance MT810 (considering buying other runners trail, perhaps the Alderman Salomon Speedcross 3 I'd love to hear other options for shoes for people with flat feet)

Walking sticks- Leki Makalu Tail Trekking Poles

Clothing:

First layer:

Base shirt LS Top RedRam Merino / Patagonia Capilene 1 Silkweight Crew

-Pants Columbia Silver Ridge Cargo Pants

Underwear Exofficio Give-N-Go raw Boxer ; Exofficio Give-N-Go Brief

Socks- Smartwool Phd Outdoor Heavy Over The Calf Socks ; Teko Merino Socks Trekking

Second layer:

-Coat Golite Ultralite Selkirk 800 Fill Down Jacket

Gatcas- Doufold Men's Midweight Bottom

Brass cap

Scarf

Third layer:

Raincoat- Marmot Precip Jacket (loaned)

Rain pants-there are currently no

Gore-Tex socks-there are currently no

Clothes to sleep in:

-Base t-shirt

Gatcas- Quechua Warm Base Layer Bottom

Switshirt- Rivet 1/4 Zip Snowfleece Sweathshirt

Cooking:

- REI Ti Titanium Nonstick Pot-Ware 0.9 L

A homemade deal.

סכו"ם. Light My Fire-Spork extra medium X 2

Other:

-Towel Towel's Ultralite Backpacking Discovery Extrem

Camera- Panasonic Lumix DMC-XS1 + charging cable

Unlocked- MAG Helios SP401 + charging cable

USB adapter

Sea To Summit Dry Sack X 3

At the moment I feel I am in lack of clothing (and rain) and need to sleep swaddled. Beyond that, I want to go on trail runners, which apparently take Gore-Tex socks (basically have the merrel moab ventilator, but I left them in the Eilat mountains, the rock, probably because I have flat feet). I realized that the only employees are socks Rocky 11 '' Gore-Tex. Sleeping cabins, and akovillt-liner thing. Sleeping area (which I don't plan) was counting on a sleeping bag (not quilt) waterproof and good (or good waterproof tent launched changed). Since no go with too much weight on my back, I'd love to know what you should invest and where to buy (shoes for example probably buy land if necessary). Regarding clothing, if someone not using ready to lend, would manufacture contact me in private that this clothing experience spending quickly and not worth to invest extra money unless that person travels on frequent trips. Currently borrowing trench coat.

Thank you.

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klum  
#2 Posted : Friday, July 24, 2015 5:57:32 PM(UTC)
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I have rain pants polyester postrot "you can get them without returning.
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#3 Posted : Friday, July 24, 2015 8:03:42 PM(UTC)
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First of all, wish you a good trip.
In geology you know better, so you will be able to assess how the information get below relevant to you. My experience in exploring the country in spidcros 3, Solomon is problematic: shoes, airy, and plague is good resistance demonstration However, the shoe soles worn away too fast for my taste, and that the number of days-in the Judean desert, the Negev and Northern. Therefore, if your itinerary includes multiple walk on rock hard, should examine other alternatives.
hikert  
#4 Posted : Saturday, July 25, 2015 12:06:34 AM(UTC)
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Gone, thanks for the comment. Take into account. The new balance to date is very comfortable to me, but it's been almost three years and walk in town. These shoes are great! (Like almost all new balance's shoe). As far as support units in my flat feet. Probably see a similar pair and cheap to buy. Take this opportunity to say that I am willing to sell the pair merrel moab ventilator just one last road trip in the mountains of Eilat at a discounted price. String one about to rupture and I recommend to buy thick laces and stronger who wants them.

Beyond that, I think you should open a discussion on traveling shoes with foot problems, knees. Shoe manufacturers don't produce or indicate for instance does not support or shoe foot flat owners/small arch, and the only way to know is just the experience of people who have tested and experienced shoes and can recommend.

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#5 Posted : Saturday, July 25, 2015 10:59:15 AM(UTC)
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I have flat feet and knee problems (iniscus deletion), I am walking a Mustang or a skarpa skarpa ltoro (I have both), they are really comfortable and I it didn't make these or other problems. In terms of the convenience that appropriate foot ball, go check it out. In addition are very comfort and contact with the ground feels softer compared to other shoes I have tried, as a result it is less painful. As stated, I am very pleased. Hope this helps you
hikert  
#6 Posted : Saturday, July 25, 2015 11:25:00 AM(UTC)
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The shoe excellent proposal in itself, but as I mentioned, I'm counting on trail runners comfort. Don't go with more than 4 kg on the back and there is no need for massive shoes.
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#7 Posted : Saturday, July 25, 2015 11:15:02 PM(UTC)
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A thought:
You have different equipment and super easy,
But you take a miner.
FLEISS is heavier, less efficient and less dachis synthetic insulation/flip,
And the use of interest-liner thing inside a sleeping bag is weird.
If it's not shcsh or dirty for a pleasant sensation, take a silk liner (see concatenating yankele going to TMB).
If it's thinking about what happens when he's hanging all wet (how and how quickly it dries etc)-fleece jacket and km backwards.

And besides-spend ...
hikert  
#8 Posted : Sunday, July 26, 2015 12:27:16 AM(UTC)
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Thanks Jonathan. This is item-liner thing, probably for cabins. As I mentioned at North Scandinavia area I would recommend standard sleeping bag (Mummy), good mattress and tent well (even olteraliit). However, since not all cabins have linens, we should be intervening layer between pallet/sack plywood. I think any liner won't be enough and may be necessary in some lightweight blanket. Any ideas?

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#9 Posted : Sunday, July 26, 2015 8:31:31 AM(UTC)
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Not really understand what you wrote. The more item-liner thing is probably the cabins?
If in some mattresses and blankets so Leiner (as easy there) would be ideal for such a trip.
If there's only wooden sleeper cabins, so a mattress sleep is launched, then I don't see a use-liner thing. But if you want to save some for the cleaning of your sleeping bag. In a two-week trip, I'm not sure I'd bother.
In any case, Leiner Felice really heavy to me. As Jonathan-type liner silk is light and small, and does the job.
hikert  
#10 Posted : Sunday, July 26, 2015 10:23:01 AM(UTC)
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I got the note. Will sell for relatively cheap price silk liner? I'd buy from China or the US, but not sure enough time, the benefits exceed the cost of shipment of the item.
Amtrak  
#11 Posted : Monday, July 27, 2015 7:51:16 AM(UTC)
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If you pass in dkatelon, you can buy this kind of kschwa. I don't know whether their stores in Sweden.
ofer  
#12 Posted : Saturday, August 1, 2015 11:17:37 AM(UTC)
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Hey karat:)

Here are some already spoken out too.

If you sleep only well-equipped cabins, mattress might even warm sleeping bag. On the other hand if you get stuck along the way, they are essential for survival but then you should also tarptant or escorting or something similar.

About mattress: I'd take an inflatable mattress thick (at least 3-4 cm). Air is isolated and the thicker the air layer better insulation. This mattress also lets you eliminate any distributor and moved underneath. Have very soft mattresses and are hinged to ridiculous sizes.

Clothing:

  • Base shirt doesn't look suitable for cold weather. Do you need thermal undershirt collar tightly funkier head band-Israel The extreme case of nice weather you can take a thin tank top, short sleeve. Add negligible weight. (Take some thermal Exchange, t-shirts at least three).
  • You lack a layer between base coat shirt. A ikroplis or something like that (I'd take two). As you leave September I take another make backup easy jacket One coat should be with hood. If you choose this option the scarf in my opinion.

Bedroom clothes: I would use tights, chances are you'll use it a little bit, not even sweat a lot in the lower body. Two that I think. If you have one, take a warm and mandf.

Why do you need unlocked? Instead I take a GPS beacon also records accurately track costs and is used for emergency situations. You can rent, buy, experience this solution.

I think running shoes don't condemn you properly against the cold. Rather I think 3/4 hot shoes and airy. There is a very athletic solutions (it). When the walls are thick enough stored inside temperature higher than the ambient (leg heats up inside the shoe). When thin walls heat escapes out and leg is cold though. In an environment where ground temperatures to walk might be close to the freezing point.

Amtrak  
#13 Posted : Sunday, August 2, 2015 8:03:36 AM(UTC)
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All about thermal replacement t-shirts-I see no reason to take more than one. I can't imagine a situation where I have to change to another vest that I wear. Not in a couple weeks (or longer trip). Carry two Mikes in the case sounded at all.
ofer  
#14 Posted : Sunday, August 2, 2015 1:40:48 PM(UTC)
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I'll explain: in the far North, in the cold and wet weather during the wet vest effort of ahaz and getting very cold (evaporation in these conditions is very weak). In order not to suffer change t-shirt Why three? In order to keep one dry in case of an emergency or night.

hikert  
#15 Posted : Sunday, August 2, 2015 8:21:54 PM(UTC)
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Basically jerseys Marino faster evaporation and greenhouses sometimes not. However, if necessary, bsniff the Decathlon in Stockholm seems to be able to complete the above-mentioned deficiencies.
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