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David "Day-Late" Thibault
City: Tucson
State: AZ
Country: USA
Begins: Apr 29, 2009
Direction: Northbound

Daily Summary
Date: Mon, Sep 14th, 2009
Start: Home
End: Home
Daily Distance: 0
Trip Distance: 2,630.6

Journal Stats
Entry Visits: 2,172
Journal Visits: 67,177
Guestbook Views: 4,628
Guestbook Entrys: 61

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Post trip gear review

Warning this post is only about the gear I used on the trip and is provided for other hikers. This may be of no interest to the average reader.

Sleeping bag feathered friends 20 deg. A

Sleeping pad z-Lite B+

Windjacket montbell B

The hood needs a way to be velcroed down when not used as in the wind it can whip around and hit you in the head and face. Otherwise excellent preformance

Shoes NB 811 B

Wore a little quickly. The newer model (812) didn't fit as nicely.

ULA Pack A

Used the Catalyst to start and switched to the circuit to end. Think the circuit is a little more comfortable. Excellent pack for a thru hike.

Base Layer Capiline A

Worked great.

Gloves ULA Overmitt B-

Wore easy had some moisture issues. I had a pair of fleece mitts (homemade) that worked well.

ULA Rain skirt A+

Worked great and didn't cause me to overheat.

Dryducks rain gear (top only) B

Had a zipper fail early on. Worked okay and was durable enough to last the whole trip with only a couple of duck tape patches.

Shirt - Railriders A

Worked great in desert and mountains.

Pants Columbia Titanium C

Worked okay but a little hot at times. Also had several seams unravel - not the greatest workmanship.

Peek email device A+

Exceeded my expectations worked well. Would be nice to have a couple of enhancements but great journalling device for the money/weight.

Hat - balaclava C

I'd skip the balaclava and just get a regular warm hat next time.

Other: If I were doing it again I would have shipped my self warmer wool or neoprene socks for the Sierra's and Washington.

I also went through a lot of socks on this trip so I may have shipped some to myself - as the selection in the towns visited at times was poor.

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Thru Hiking the PCT in 2009 (yes all 2650 miles)

 

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