Lets see your lightweight camping setup!!

Discussion in 'Camping Toys' started by 5 speed, Jan 29, 2007.

  1. Jhawkins

    Jhawkins Adventurer

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    Here's my setup on the last 5 day adventure with the FE250. Mosko 40 with a Hammock camping setup. GL buck n roll tank bag. GL 1 gallon gas bag. GL fender bag. Excellent, comfy, easy to manage and set up all weather self supported. Got a few tweaks to make, but overall, I'm really digging the setup.


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    My gear:

    Shuberth Helmet with the Bluetooth thingy
    Rev'It Sand 3 jacket, pants, Gloves. See-Foam protection

    In the Mosko Reckless 40:
    Jacks R Better bridge Hammock
    Jacks R Better Mt Washington Underquilt
    MSW Thru-Hike 100 Wing tarp
    North Face Furnace sleeping bag (Soon to be replaced with CRO down Top Quilt)
    Husky toolroll
    tiny LED headlamp

    In the 8L tailbag, I keep ALL of my food and cooking supplies
    Nalgene waterbottle
    Jetboil stove (soon to be replaced by Toaks 750ML titanium pot and Ti backpack stove)
    Homemade freezer bag meals and maybe some Mountain House stuff
    MSR bowl
    Toaks long handle Ti spoon
    Fuji X100V camera in the rear goggle pouch.
    1 gallon GL gas bag

    In the tank bag I keep the USB charge cord, sunglass case, DJI video camera, and visor cleaning fluid / microfiber

    In the front fender bag, I keep a few supplies, but mostly snacks for quick stops on the trail during the day.

    I made a video of how I pack everything, maybe I'll get around to uploading it soon.

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  2. Snake Oiler

    Snake Oiler If the world didn't suck, we would all fall off

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    What tank bag is that and doesn't it get in the way?
  3. stbob

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  4. Jhawkins

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    It's the new Giant Loop Buck n Roll bag. Pretty small, but doesn't get in the way at all, which is what I was after. Good bit of kit.
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  5. Snake Oiler

    Snake Oiler If the world didn't suck, we would all fall off

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    I thought it might be. Did you happen to get the panniers too that can mount to it's harness? If so I'd love to check out a few pictures of the setup