For compactness, down can't be beat. But I haven't seen a -5 degree down bag for less than $200 for years. Which of the price, cold, or packable requirements are you most willing to compromise on?
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You don't necessarily need a new tube, but you do need one that doesn't leak. Patch it.
This choice is pretty much all personal preference.
I found that I really didn't like bar end shifters.
I'm not sure if I'm the only one who doesn't know, but seriously, I can use my tennis shoes in biking?
Hi there! I am just bumping this up to try & get an answer to 2 more questions....
1) do u know a relaxing place to stay at the end of my trip close to San Diego?
2) should i buy the paper Adventure maps or the digital version?