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Sunday, April 10, 2011

The Top 100 Lenses in Hiking and Backpacking


The Top 100 Lenses in Hiking and Backpacking

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  2. Hiking The Grand Canyon, Rim To Rimby Ramkitten
  3. Planning A Colorado Trail Section Hike: Silverton To Durangoby Ramkitten
  4. Military MOLLE Backpacksby After50
  5. The Best Backpacking Equipmentby Ramkitten
  6. Hiking The Appalachian Trail: What You Really Need To Knowby Ramkitten
  7. Top-Selling Backpacks For Hikingby After50
  8. How To Hide A Geocacheby CCTjohn
  9. Best Lightweight Tentsby After50
  10. How To Plan For An Appalachian Trail Thru-Hikeby Ramkitten
  11. My hill that turned into a mountainby benna24
  12. Starting An Appalachian Trail Thru-Hike On New Year's Dayby Ramkitten
  13. Ten Essentials For Backcountry Travelby Ramkitten
  14. Backpacking - Like Hiking, but Carrying Your Stuff With You!by EditorDave
  15. Rydal Water Walkby whitemoss
  16. How to get started in Geocachingby CCTjohn
  17. The 24-Hour Pack: Hike Smart, Be Prepared, Be Safeby Ramkitten
  18. Walks from White Moss, Grasmereby whitemoss
  19. The Ten-Year Anniversary Of My Appalachian Trail Thru-Hikeby Ramkitten
  20. Hiking in South Koreaby jackiebolen
  21. Top 10 non-cook backpacking foodsby jackiebolen
  22. My Hike On The Appalachian Trailby MysticTurtle
  23. Hiking Grand Canyon's South Bass Trailby Ramkitten
  24. Backcountry Water Purificationby Ramkitten
  25. How to Choose an Alcohol Stove for Backpackingby jasonklass
  26. Kelty Best Women's Backpacking Backpacksby After50
  27. Backpacking Ultralight | Ultralight Backpacksby After50
  28. Boonie Stomping - Hiking the Guam Way!by EditorDave
  29. Hikers: Common Mistakes to Avoidby Ramkitten
  30. Lessons Learned On The Appalachian Trailby MysticTurtle
  31. Appalachian Trail Hikingby slotowngal
  32. Hiking the Appalachian Trail: A Story in Postcardsby Ramkitten
  33. Dangerous, hair-raising hikesby wildlens
  34. Hiking The International Appalachian Trailby MysticTurtle
  35. Life After The Appalachian Trailby MysticTurtle
  36. Appalachian Trail -- A Hero's Journeyby MysticTurtle
  37. Hiking Trails, Hiking Tips, Hiking Tripsby Ramkitten
  38. Gregory Z65 Lightweight Backpackby After50
  39. Why Is Geocaching So Cool?by geocache
  40. Life Lessons From The Appalachian Trailby MysticTurtle
  41. Backwoods Camping for Beginnersby Jedijohn
  42. 2 Person Backpacking Tentsby After50
  43. Hiking Alone: Is It Foolish Or Perfectly Fine?by Ramkitten
  44. Become An Appalachian Trail Thru-Hikerby MysticTurtle
  45. Quick Guide to the Continental Divide Trailby MysticTurtle
  46. How To Prepare For A Thru-Hikeby MysticTurtle
  47. Top Ten Tips For Backpackersby MysticTurtle
  48. Best Of The Appalachian Trail on Twitter And Beyondby Ramkitten
  49. Hiking Red Mountain Near Flagstaff, Arizonaby Ramkitten
  50. Down Sleeping Bag Choicesby After50
  51. Hiking Hong Kongby Hiking-Hong-Kong
  52. Gerber Bear Grylls Survival Seriesby OneSports
  53. Quick Guide to The Ice Age Trailby MysticTurtle
  54. Quick Guide To The International Appalachian Trailby MysticTurtle
  55. Natchez Trace National Scenic Trailby MysticTurtle
  56. An Appalachian Trail Bookby MysticTurtle
  57. Quick Guide To The Pacific Crest Trailby MysticTurtle
  58. Appalachian National Scenic Trailby MysticTurtle
  59. The Next Appalachian Trail Thru-Hikeby MysticTurtle
  60. Rope Hammocksby Smartshops
  61. Ice Age National Scenic Trailby MysticTurtle
  62. Monsoon Gearslinger Reviewby com2
  63. Camping and Nature - Hiking Fishing Hunting - Outdoors - RV Headquartersby starsam
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  66. Parachute Hammocksby Smartshops
  67. The Best Websites For Hikersby Ramkitten
  68. Breaking in Those NEW Hiking Bootsby EagleScoutMom
  69. Continental Divide National Scenic Trailby MysticTurtle
  70. Camping Cotsby Smartshops
  71. Quick Guide To The Appalachian Trailby MysticTurtle
  72. Hong Kong Lantau Trailby Hiking-Hong-Kong
  73. Survival Navigation Tipby JJGJJG
  74. Backpacking Hammocksby Smartshops
  75. Emergency Equipment During a Disasterby zapider
  76. GPS and Trekkingby Geeve
  77. Hiking Boots Reviewsby Jay27
  78. Gifts for the hikerby jackiebolen
  79. Quick Guide to the Florida Trailby MysticTurtle
  80. Kelty Red Cloud Women's Backpackby After50
  81. How To Choose Your Next Long Trailby MysticTurtle
  82. Hiking Backpack - Choose the correct backpackby HikingBackpacking
  83. Wood Burning Stoves for Camping and Backpackingby jasonklass
  84. Appalachian Trail Thru-Hike Gear Listby MysticTurtle
  85. 14er Mountainsby Sports-Glory
  86. One Person Hiking Tentsby spuds
  87. Kilimanjaro: How I aim to conquer it for Charityby LiamTrump
  88. America's National Scenic Trailsby MysticTurtle
  89. Hiking and Backpacking Tipsby TacTac
  90. Jansport Superbreak Backpack | Wheeled Productsby MuskyJim
  91. 100 Images: The Appalachian Trailby OneSports
  92. Hong Kong Trailby Hiking-Hong-Kong
  93. Hong Kong Island Countryside Trailsby Hiking-Hong-Kong
  94. Quick Guide To The Long Trailby MysticTurtle
  95. Top Barrel Sleeping Bagsby spuds
  96. Backpack Locations and Gearby BackpackandGear
  97. Valentine's Day in Hong Kong? Try Hiking and a picnic at the top!by Chinajoy
  98. Hiking in the Rainby DavidDR
  99. The Best Hiking Polesby spuds
  100. Hiking Tents, What to Consider Before Buyingby HikingBackpacking


    Ultralight sleeping bag with temperature rating of 0 degrees F
20D nylon ripstop shell with efficient 800-fill goose-down insulation
Mid-bag Flex technology allows you to move during the night
Ergonomically shaped footbox with 12-inch footbox vent
Available in regular (76 inches) and long (82 inches) sizes

Product Description
Packing an unbelievable amount of warmth and comfort into a small package, the Sierra Nitro ultralight sleeping bag stays toasty to 0 degrees F, making it a great choice for your next ascent. The 800-fill goose-down bag is made using Flex technology between the shoulders and knees, allowing you to move comfortably throughout the night. Flex technology greatly improves a bag's thermal efficiency, giving you the comfort and benefits of a traditional down bag while saving precious ounces. The bag also features continuous baffling and a draft tube, along with an ergonomic footbox that's shaped to keep you sleeping in comfort. And campers will love the snag-free zipper tracks, which make it easy to let in a little air without growing frustrated.
Other features include removable pad locks, a draw cord at the collar, a 12-inch footbox vent, a draft collar, a 30-inch offset jacket zipper, and an ultralight jacket hood. Available in regular and long sizes, the Nitro packs into a tiny stuff sack (included) for easy carrying.

Regular Specifications:
Temperature rating: 0 degrees F/-18 degrees C
Shape: Mummy
Fit: Up to 6 feet
Length: 76 inches
Zipper side: Left
Shoulder girth: 53 to 60 inches
Hip girth: 50 to 57 inches
Footbox: 35 inches
Fill weight: 31 ounces
Total weight: 2 pounds 15 ounces
Stuffed diameter: 9 inches
Stuffed length: 17 inches
Long Specifications:
Temperature rating: 0 degrees F/-18 degrees C
Shape: Mummy
Fit: Up to 6 feet 6 inches
Length: 82 inches
Zipper side: Left
Shoulder girth: 55 to 62 inches
Hip girth: 52 to 59 inches
Footbox: 37 inches
Fill weight: 33 ounces
Total weight: 3 pounds 2 ounces
Stuffed diameter: 9 inches
Stuffed length: 18 inches

About Sierra Designs
Sierra Designs has been one of the most renowned outdoor brands in the industry since 1965. Not only are Sierra's products reliable enough to help thrill seekers like Eric Larsen summit Mt. Everest and journey to both the North and South Poles, but they promote a harmonious relationship with the environment we play in as well. The editors of Outside Magazine, National Geographic, and Backpacker Magazine have all presented Sierra with numerous gear awards. Sierra is headquartered in Boulder, Colorado.

We challenge traditional thinking by incorporating partial Flex construction into these bags, making them more comfortable and more thermally efficient. Ergonomically shaped foot boxes and ultralight foot box venting may seem like subtle details, until you climb on in – and experience the most comfortable sleep you’ve ever had in the backcountry.

1 comment:

  1. Good info about the lenses used at hiking and backpacking. We are the manufacturers and suppliers of all kind of gears. So i want to know that there is any of lenses we can use in our factory to protect our eyes.

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