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How to Cut Your Christmas Tree in a National Forest

How to Cut Your Christmas Tree in a National Forest

by Erin Gautier December 19, 2018

My favorite family Christmas tradition has always been driving up into the mountains and cutting our own Christmas tree. We grew to perfect the process, carefully judging potential trees for our own living room and for the growing number of family members who began to ask for real trees, too. Grandma likes her tree not too full, but Nana likes it when the branches droop, like trees on vintage postcards. Each year, we would cut a little bit off of the trunk and add it to our quirky collection.

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How to Make an Insulated Backpacking Meal Cozy

How to Make an Insulated Backpacking Meal Cozy

by Austin Campbell November 11, 2016

It happens to the best of us. You spend a long day hiking with a full pack and when you get to camp you're starving. You quickly prepare your dehydrated backpacking meal and when you dig into your first bite you find it's still crunchy. Maybe you didn't let your water reach a full boil, or maybe you didn't wait the 10-20 minutes most meals suggest, but either way it's too late now so you crunch your way through it. A great way to speed up the rehydration of your backpacking meals is to buy or make an insulated cozy that will hold the heat in so your meal rehydrates faster and stays warmer longer. 
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How to Make a Tin Can Wood Gas Backpacking Stove

How to Make a Tin Can Wood Gas Backpacking Stove

by Austin Campbell July 26, 2016

Todays MYOG project is an ultra light backpacking wood gas stove that can be made with a few leftover tin cans and fueled with pinecones and twigs. A wood gas stove is designed in a way that cool air enters from the bottom and is heated as it channels towards the top and mixes with gases from the combustion and ignites them, to create a super efficient burn. And one of the best parts of this design is you never have to worry about packing fuel because you can find twigs, pinecones, and other fuel anywhere.   
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How to Make a Paracord Wilderness Survival Bracelet

How to Make a Paracord Wilderness Survival Bracelet

by Austin Campbell April 11, 2016

This article will show you easy step-by-step instruction for how to make a paracord wilderness survival bracelet that can be worn hiking and backpacking. A basic paracord bracelet contains 8-10 feet of continuous cord that in an emergency can be used for snares, lashings, shoelaces, tourniquets, or tying a splint. The cord is also made of 7 inner threads that can be separated to create up to 70 feet of string for fishing line, sewing and gear repair, or lighter duty lashings. 
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How to Make an Ultra Light Backpacking Stove with a Cat Food Can

How to Make an Ultra Light Backpacking Stove with a Cat Food Can

by Austin Campbell March 29, 2016

We love making our own gear. Sometimes DIY hiking and backpacking gear saves us money, sometimes our projects don't turn out, and then sometimes we find a project that works so well we prefer it to our store bought gear. One such project is our cat food can alcohol stove. There are countless variations and tutorials for DIY alcohol stoves, and we have experimented with many of them over the years. This cat food can stove is one of the easiest to build, most durable, and efficient versions we have tested. It works so well and weighs so little, you may ditch your expensive backpacking stove in favor of a cat food can stove on your next adventure. 
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6 Easy Steps for Waxing Your Skis and Snowboard

6 Easy Steps for Waxing Your Skis and Snowboard

by Austin Campbell March 11, 2016

During winter you can find the CloudLine team on the slopes skiing and snowboarding, or hiking into the backcountry to earn some epic turns. We do our best to take care of our equipment with frequent waxing and in this post we will show you how easy it is to keep your skis and snowboards waxed and ready for the next epic powder day.
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WOMEN'S  US  UK Europe CM
Small 4 - 6.5 2 - 4.5 35 - 37  20.5 - 23
Medium
7 - 9.5
5 - 7.5 38 - 40 23.5 - 25.5
Large
10 -12.5
8 - 10.5 41 - 45 26 - 28.5
X-Large
13.5 - 15
11 - 13.5 46 - 49 29 - 31

MEN'S  US  UK Europe CM
Small N/A N/A N/A 20.5 - 23
Medium
6 - 8.5
5.5 - 8 39 - 41 23.5 - 25.5
Large
9 -11.5
8.5 - 11 42 - 44 26 - 28.5
X-Large
12 - 14.5
11.5 - 14 45 - 47 29 - 31

 

T-Shirt Size Guides

WOMEN'S FITS SIZES US Sizes (Inches)
Small 2 - 4 Length: 26" Width: 15 ¾"
Medium 6 - 8 Length: 26 ½" Width: 16 ½"
Large 8 - 10 Length: 27 ⅛ " Width: 17 ½"
X-Large 10 - 14 Length: 27 ¾" Width: 18 ½"
2X-Large 14 - 18 Length: 28 ⅜" Width: 19 ½

MEN'S / UNISEX CHEST TO FIT US Sizes (Inches)
Small 34 - 37 Length: 28" Width: 18"
Medium
38 - 41
Length: 29" Width: 20"
Large
42 - 45
Length: 30" Width: 22"
X-Large
46 - 49
Length: 31" Width: 24"
2X-Large 50 - 53 Length: 32" Width: 26"