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11 Pieces of Ultra Light Backpacking Gear You Can 3D Print Right Now

11 Pieces of Ultralight Backpacking Gear You Can 3D Print Right Now

by Austin Campbell April 12, 2018

3D printing brings endless possibilities for MYOG and ultralight backpacking enthusiasts. If you have the skills you can create your own gear, or you can search online for open-source designs that are ready to print. 3d printing can also be useful for repairing and extending the life of your gear - think replacement buckles, new nobs for your old stove etc. If you don't have your own 3D printer you can have designs printed with online services, students can often print designs at school, and many cities have maker communities where you can rent time on 3D printers. 
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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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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

 

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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"