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S251 E6 · Backpacking & Blisters: A Hiking, Backpacking, and Adventure Show
The BEST and WORST Gear We Used on Banff's Rugged Trails
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Derek and Carl revisit the July trip from the perspective of gear successes and failures. How does some gear hold up after years of use? What broke? Would Derek recommend the trekking poles he destroyed?

Some of the Gear Discussed

Sea to Summit Pillow

Big Agnes Copper Spur Tent

Pinnacle Freeze Dried Meals

Salty Britches Anti-Chaffing Cream

Hoka Speedgoat Trail Shoes

Nemo Tensor Sleeping Pad

REI Rain Pants

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Our Favorite Gear for 3-5 Day Trips

Granite Gear Blaze 60 (Light to Medium Weight)

Outdoor Vitals Summit Down Sleeping Bag

Mystery Ranch Bridger (Heavy Duty Trips)

Nemo Tensor Sleeping Pad

Jetboil Stash

Jetboil Flash

MSR Pocket Rocket 2

Sawyer Squeeze

Black Diamond Spot

Helinox Chair Zero

Big Agnes Copper Spur

Nemo Hornet

Garmin InReach2

Pearl Izumi Thermal Arm Warmers

Hoka Speedgoat Trail Shoes

Peak Refuel Freeze Dried Meals

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