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Shilo Ben-Chaim  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, December 2, 2015 8:04:03 PM(UTC)
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Hi friend.

Remember how long ago I posted a discussion titled "Israel in the end of winter." So plans changed, and my early draft. The currently selected date is January 15 from South to North. Some relevant data: 19, tall and thin (1.78) likes to travel and go barefoot, no history of injuries. Usually cold. Would love if you could help me with the following topics:

Clothing:

There are currently:

Columbia Silver Ridge pants. "
Http://goo.gl/w6u6yj

TNF TKA 100 ikroplis-Glacier
Https://goo.gl/y6psH9

-Raincoat Mac In A Sac
Http://goo.gl/6ndc4W

Soptchl Regatta Nielson.
Http://goo.gl/WFerPt ordered a week ago, hope to arrive in time.

You need the following:

-Thermal clothing
I put my eyes on the Lithuanian Marino clothing: http://goo.gl/Mqt8Zr but I'm not sure he will come on time (within one month). If I decide to buy, what to look for?

-Underwear
Some of the same company, same as f, something normal in this country don't like?

Walk t-shirt.
Long shirt, Wicked hand MHW Lite style or Rules, now Columbia Zero think I take what would be in store.

What to take when I need a raincoat in the South? I know the pitfalls and benefits of soptchl can be more matches in the South, where there is less chance of a massive rain.

Accommodation:

Deciding whether to buy a k http://goo.gl/I5FMQJ MHW Pinole 20 costs $ 500, comfort EN 2 weighs 1.440 kg
Or take my brother's bag TNF Aleutian https://goo.gl/0C73eT comfort EN 35 8 weighs 1.060 kg, and money to buy a tent, suitable for two.

I? Other recommendations

Shoes:

Everyday I go on a lot of barefoot or with Vivobarefoot, but I don't think I'm ready yet to a minimum, known as long as I'm not totally minimalist. I have a history of injuries, and I'm going to get in shape, so I'm not looking necessarily high-tops. I'm not a heavy and with a penchant for murder.
Q: shoe recommendation without Gore-Tex to catch even in winter? That much easier to mzzoa shoes with Gore-Tex or kbilotia.

On the agenda: Alderman Salomon SpeedCross 3 or Merrel. I'd love for more testimonials.

Thanks a lot guys!

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Jonathan2  
#2 Posted : Friday, December 4, 2015 1:00:04 AM(UTC)
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I also travel a lie and I suspect you get cold in two sleeping bags,
In fact neither really fit you.
I have no recommendation because I don't know what it is and how much it costs, but I put a little more in a bag and looking for something to the neighborhood of 5 degrees.
And weight of 200-pound or less. Try poking around among friends and relatives, you want a sleeping bag around the 5 degrees weighing around a kilo.
In this case, recommend to invest in hot pants (for example, Felice) or thermal tights, thick wool – for some reason we always invest in isolation of torso and neglect your feet.

Soft and raincoat that duplication. Skip the soft fleece of taking 200-400. You have inserts wardrobe options.
Raincoat in the South have useful if catches you, and in places with a lot of spirit.

I want a amuab. I went with a pair with Gore-Tex and today I have no disease.
For Israel in the winter may have nice summer trips with Gore-Tex, but wouldn't it be awesome.
No-they're not insulated Gore-Tex, but dry quickly, as I found out today after I got wetter.

Spend
Shilo Ben-Chaim  
#3 Posted : Friday, December 4, 2015 2:57:23 PM(UTC)
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Thank you very much.
Note that the other option is to stay with my brother's shcsh and to buy a tent.
That for minus five that weighs less than a kilo costs around like a car! It's not so much options.
What do you mean fleece 200-400? G/m2?
I'm not going to walk with soptchl and the trench coat together, deciding which one to take.
BTW a question-where can I find a manual? Because until I order until it arrives.
Jonathan2  
#4 Posted : Friday, December 4, 2015 5:44:23 PM(UTC)
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You can't even try to carry almost have too warm and not pay for it:).
You think what's more important, what can you borrow from friends and what it will consider you on the back, and get creative.
The limitations mentioned, I'd take warm sleeping bag, taking warm Fleece (instead of soptchl)
And buy curtain against rain (known in this forum Tharp) instead. It should cost you approximately 400 chess includes shipping,
Search silnylon tarp on eBay or Amazon.
Even if you aren't taking a walking sticks, you can put the curtain between trees or anything stuck in the ground,
And it will protect you well and break a little spirit.

Number of Felice indicates weight, not weight. Your tnf tka fleece also the 100 100 indicates the thickness, 100 minutes.
The most common thicknesses are 200 and 300, usually used to fleece coats.
Felice 100 is too thin for winter (in my opinion), in particular those who lie to him personally was taking 300 fleece.
Spend.
ישר.א  
#5 Posted : Friday, December 4, 2015 6:47:35 PM(UTC)
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Regarding the Red Guide with yankele Saar here in the Forum

Successfully for

Shilo Ben-Chaim  
#6 Posted : Saturday, December 5, 2015 7:53:18 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = Jonathan2; 590199] you can't even try to carry almost have too warm and not pay for it:).
You think what's more important, what can you borrow from friends and what it will consider you on the back, and get creative.
The limitations mentioned, I'd take warm sleeping bag, taking warm Fleece (instead of soptchl)
And buy curtain against rain (known in this forum Tharp) instead. It should cost you approximately 400 chess includes shipping,
Search silnylon tarp on eBay or Amazon.
Even if you aren't taking a walking sticks, you can put the curtain between trees or anything stuck in the ground,
And it will protect you well and break a little spirit.

Number of Felice indicates weight, not weight. Your tnf tka fleece also the 100 100 indicates the thickness, 100 minutes.
The most common thicknesses are 200 and 300, usually used to fleece coats.
Felice 100 is too thin for winter (in my opinion), in particular those who lie to him personally was taking 300 fleece.
Spend.

Thank you

I prefer not to buy from overseas, because a month and a half and it's Israel. UM ... Not sure would work.
Is there any way to get, immediately? I'm taking with me.

Another option is to buy the No-Squito Tsabari's and rain cover, about $ 450.

Clothing according to the recommendation: thermal and pants, a shirt, ikroplis, Felice, a raincoat. Right?

Thermal clothing is recommended? Felice recommended?

And thanks again

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eladamar  
#7 Posted : Saturday, December 5, 2015 11:27:36 PM(UTC)
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About skeeto, tzbris son traveled with him at the end of last winter, snow and weather was windy and he held. Need to specify that it was towards the end of the storm and in the tent, but did his job very well. If you want to consult about how to talk to me you know:).
Enjoy a walk by the way, I do the Israel around the same time. If I talk to you.
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#8 Posted : Tuesday, December 8, 2015 12:32:17 AM(UTC)
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More horanit option a rain shelter is of nylon 3. Heavy and cumbersome but it works, mostly.
Sounds like what you wrote would work. A combination of thick thermal shirt and a thick fleece of ikroplis saves a few grams and maybe a couple of dollars couldn't recommend plisim, they all did the same thing Yes wake size matters-your size and larger.
Shilo Ben-Chaim  
#9 Posted : Tuesday, December 8, 2015 1:37:35 AM(UTC)
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[Quote = Jonathan2; 590217] horanit than option a rain shelter is of nylon 3. Heavy and cumbersome but it works, mostly.
Sounds like what you wrote would work. A combination of thick thermal shirt and a thick fleece of ikroplis saves a few grams and maybe a couple of dollars couldn't recommend plisim, they all did the same thing Yes wake size matters-your size and larger.


Thanks a lot!
I was actually thinking that way. Where buy? Because I'm going to invite people to travel with me, I prefer not to sleep in a tent (it's horrible bun) but it's pretty cool, Trapp I'm not going to sleep on the ground in the rain.
About the microplis, so it's already been spent. I think I take thermal shirt and cheaper to balance. In, you can always send things home.

Still looking for recommendations for good thermal clothing (shirt, thick pants) and not too expensive, and shoes (preferably 3/4 and hold all for) when many trails!
Shilo Ben-Chaim  
#10 Posted : Wednesday, December 9, 2015 2:36:11 PM(UTC)
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Tomorrow going to buy shoes. Probably and functional/Ricochet by RANANIM. There are other recommended shops? Don't wok no, don't think there was time to reach just as fresh, Herzliya, Netanya.

Models/best practices companies?
Looking for big lock 3/4.
Still deciding about disease.
You want vegan, not mandatory.

And thanks again!
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#11 Posted : Wednesday, December 9, 2015 3:52:32 PM(UTC)
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There is nothing to say about Gore-Tex. I thought it was not appropriate for our weather.

Turns out it's a problem, at least to me. I'm not hot lovers, to say the least.

Go with Gore-Tex, and too well.

Not sure our summer feel good but to travel with them in the hot summer months, it's not much fun without

Nothing to Gore-Tex.

Shilo Ben-Chaim  
#12 Posted : Wednesday, December 9, 2015 6:52:33 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = יענקל'ה Saar; 590231]<p>There is nothing to say about Gore-Tex. I thought it was not appropriate for our weather.</p>
<p>Turns out it's a problem, at least to me. I'm not hot lovers, to say the least.</p>
<p>Go with Gore-Tex, and too well.</p>
<p>Not sure our summer feel good but to travel with them in the hot summer months, it's not much fun without</p>
<p>Nothing to Gore-Tex.</p>


??
Should you update it in the introduction to the Guide.
How Colombia's shoes/North pace/Salomon/Cain? Justify the name isn't something out? Hold this for me?
Reminds me not (60 kg) and going to carry weight, and go with ease.
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#13 Posted : Wednesday, December 9, 2015 8:01:58 PM(UTC)
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I think already written in Pirkei Avot "flip her and make her" dalla in Forum

Here's one from discussions on the subject (4 pages)

Jonathan2  
#14 Posted : Wednesday, December 9, 2015 11:13:41 PM(UTC)
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Nylon you can find at any hardware store.
Manifold cover and 3X2 size matters even if rain pretty hard wall.
I sleep under these a few times and it works not bad rain (but nothing to compare to a tent or Tharp).
Shilo Ben-Chaim  
#15 Posted : Thursday, December 10, 2015 6:01:57 PM(UTC)
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I wok Inn.
I bought mid size factor: 44 was just a bit smaller, not 45 and had taken 46. Hope I haven't overreacted.
I bought thermal clothing of cliff-hybrid titanium shirt and can't remember which, but very thick.
And walking sticks go nature, hope will last.

[Quote = Jonathan2; 590239] you can find all nylon construction materials store.
Manifold cover and 3X2 size matters even if rain pretty hard wall.
I sleep under these a few times and it works not bad rain (but nothing to compare to a tent or Tharp).


You simply cover a manifold or Kim with a stick or something?
Shilo Ben-Chaim  
#16 Posted : Thursday, December 10, 2015 11:08:11 PM(UTC)
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Really torn about the size of shoes. In the left leg, a little smaller than I feel like pillow of the leg is back and fold like the toe (if not clear I'll try to explain it again) and it felt a little discomfort on the inner side of the leg.
Supporters of larger scale ה"לקחת"-is this normal? Walking it off? I could try to replace.

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Jonathan2  
#17 Posted : Saturday, December 12, 2015 6:55:54 PM(UTC)
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Nylon-always tchseti and I put it down on the sides with stones.
It probably won't get you a serious storm cylinder dry but the rain from it just fine.
Shilo Ben-Chaim  
#18 Posted : Monday, December 14, 2015 4:24:14 PM(UTC)
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The shoes back. Still looking.
I'm almost done with the gear, get a רשמ"צ just flounder about a need to look at in winter? I'm not a anacatim brother.
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#19 Posted : Tuesday, December 15, 2015 4:42:13 AM(UTC)
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Hello,

I'm running in minimalistic shoes including Vivobarefoot (great by the way). If you go much barefoot/VIVO, don't think twice — this field Sprint shoes Don't have the most minimal there. I travel (!!) on Innov-8 235 Trailroc with 0-drop and no support/cushioning/shock absorbers for two years. But I need GORETEX socks.

PS I moved barefoot running-half time improvements Merton mine:) In five minutes.

PS PS mailing six dooch. fine. Usually less than a week. I'd invite away.
Shilo Ben-Chaim  
#20 Posted : Tuesday, December 15, 2015 4:34:58 PM(UTC)
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[Quote = neutrino; 590277] Hi,

I'm running in minimalistic shoes including Vivobarefoot (great by the way). If you go much barefoot/VIVO, don't think twice — this field Sprint shoes Don't have the most minimal there. I travel (!!) on Innov-8 235 Trailroc with 0-drop and no support/cushioning/shock absorbers for two years. But I need GORETEX socks.

PS I moved barefoot running-half time improvements Merton mine:) In five minutes.



Thanks a lot and admired! I go barefoot, but no longer runs or walks. Believe in this ideology, but as long as I don't carry minimal weight (plan say taking daily water when necessary) and fit this amazing walk a little scary. Hope to get to it.

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PS PS mailing six dooch. fine. Usually less than a week. I'd invite away.
already bought. I know personally several good attempts, so I'd rather not see him critical things. I ordered some small things, if not I will buy. But I'm ready to buy a bag each weighing 200 grams more than to go without, and that's even before we talked about customs, VAT etc.
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