Mark's Super Light Packing List
See http://www.verber.com/mark/outdoors/gear/  for more detailed explanation of selections
This is the last SUL hike I took. This list is no longer used.
Number of Days 3 1 Cook.  In warmer weather I prefer ready to eat food
Low Night Temp 40 0 Bugs
  Tot Oz Lbs Oz
Base Weight 66 4 2
Food,Water,Fuel 85 5 5
Total Pack 150 9 6
 
Worn 61 3 13
Skin Out Weight 211 13 3
Items # of[1] Ozs Total Description / Explanation
Pack 4
GG Whisper 1 4 4 2000ci ultralight frameless backpack
Home: Shelter 13.4
Spinnshelter 1 11.1 11.1 solo shaped tarp + minimalist stakes
Pole 1 1 1 back pole for spinnshelter
Gossamer Polycryo Ground Cloth 1 1.3 1.3 Groundcloth when using a tarp and no bivy
Home: Sleeping Gear 22.8
Sil-Nylon Stuff Sack 1 1 1 Keep sleeping bag and extra clothing dry during hike, hold items in camp, pillow
NunatakUSA Ghost Quilt 1 16 16 good to 30F with base layer + warm hat
BalloonBed 1 3 3.4 Been unreliable… but comfortable when it worked.  Hmm.
GG ThinLight Pad 1/8" 1 2 2.4 Pad used for extra underside insulation. Use if temp is 30-55F
Small & Essential Items 13.5
First Aid Kit+Repairs 1 2.5 2.5 Adventure Medical Ultralight .3 + aleve, pro-tick remover, bandaids, firestarter, duct tape, super glue
Bathroom 1 2.5 2.5 Bandana, toothbrush bug, sun, baking soda in ziplock bag
Wipes 3 0.4 1.2 One / day + 1 extra
Wallet & Key 1 2 2 to get back into my car, id for people to know who I am, fire permit, etc
GG EZC Spectra Line 1 0.3 0.3 You can always find uses for rope: drying line, repairs, hanging bear bags, etc
Aqua Mira Water Treatment 1 1 1 Doesn't have funny taste like iodine… in containers from backpackinglight.com (11 drops/L)
Platypus 2L + Hoser 1 4 4 Hands free drinking. Platypus has marks for 1L & 2L levels
Essentials on Person 11.3
Map 1 0.9 0.9
Knife, Whistle 1 0.6 0.6
Photon Freedom + Holder 2 0.1 0.5
Hand Cleaner 1 0.4 0.4
Blistex 1 0.2 0.2
Watch w/ Bubble Compass 1 1 1
Pentax S4 Digital Camera 1 4 4 4mp digital zoom w/ 1gb sd card installed
Titanium Goat Pole 1 3.7 3.7 Stability while hiking and pole to setup front of tarp tarp.
Cooking 4.1
Alcohol Stove & Windscreen 1 1 1
Snowpeak 600 mug 1 2.8 2.8
Lexan Spork 1 0.3 0.3
Clothing Carry 7.8
Injinji Tetratsok Socks 1 1.5 1.5 Extra socks
Sekri Level1 Zip, LS Tee Base 0 6 0 PowerDry+Xstatic Base to sleep in on cool nights if not wearing
Rainshield O2 "Knickers" 0 2.7 0 Worn out the knees, so cut them off.  Typically hike in "shorts" so only need to protect tops
Thermawrap Vest 0 5 0 Insulate Core. Add if low below 35F. Otherwise stay active or use quilt
OR Deluxe Bug Head Net 0 2 0 Wear if the bugs are going to be really bad
Dropstopper Jacket 1 4.5 4.5 Cheap, breathable, fragile rain shirt which can double as windshirt
PolarBuff Neck Gaitor/Hat 1 1.8 1.8 It's a scarf, it's a hat, it ear muffs, it's versatile  http://www.buffusa.com/
Clothing Wear 49.2
Injinji Tetratsok Socks 1 1.5 1.5 prevent blisters between my toes
Ex Officio Boxer Briefs 1 2.7 2.7 Helps keep chaffing down
Cloudveil Spinner Wading Pants 1 12 12 comfortable over a wide range of conditions, comfortable, drys quickly, legs zip off
RailRider Adventure Shirt 0 5 0 Hot weather shirt made of supplex w/ mesh sides.  Protection against sun and bugs
Sekri Level1 Zip, LS Tee Base 1 6 6 Moderate weather base layer. Made from PowerDry+Xstatic Base
Innov-8 310 Flyroc Trail Runners 1 24 24 Light weight trail running shoes
Sunday Afternoon Adventure Hat 1 3 3 Keeps me from burning without overheating.  Wear over buff when colder
Consume 84.75
Daily Food 3 20 50 Normally don't take first breakfast or last dinner
Alcohol in Bottle 2 0.5 1.75
Litters of Water 1 33 33

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