Skit Gear List

Backpack

Shelter

  • Sea to Summit Ultra Sil Nano emergency poncho tarp
  • Gossamer Gear EZC 2mm guy lines
  • 6 MSR Y aluminum tent stakes, 2 aluminum shepherds hooks
  • 1 Cascade Mountain Tech trekking pole (get them from Amazon for $40)

Sleeping

  • Katabatic Flex 22 degree sleeping quilt
  • Gossamer Gear polycryo groundsheet medium
  • Gossamer Gear NightLight Sleeping Pad torso length

Eating

  • titanium pot
  • plastic spoon

Clothing: Base Layer

  • cotton t-shirt
  • running shorts
  • 2 pair Darn Tough socks
  • hat
  • sunglasses

Clothing: Insulation

  • micro fleece hat
  •  merino wool thermal shirt
  •  wool thermal leggings
  • Montbell Men’s Superior Down Parka (I can’t stand the colors they use for women’s jackets)
  • Frogg Toggs Rain Jacket

Footwear

  • Altra Lone Peak 3.0

Hygiene/First Aid

  • Travel size toothbrush/toothpaste
  • hand sanitizer
  • ibuprofen
  • sunscreen
  • duct tape
  • calendula ointment
  • Vitamins
  • Flagyl (in case of giardiasis)

Other

  • Maps in ziplock baggie
  • compass
  • ID, debit card in ziplock baggie
  • iPhone 6 with Lifeproof Case, Gaia GPS app, wall charger, headphones, Belkin extra battery
  • Swiss Army knife classic
  • Petzel e-lite headlamp
  • Mini bic lighter
  • Sawyer water filter

7 thoughts on “Skit Gear List

  1. Hey Not a Chance, would you share how you packed your GG Nightlight in the Pa’lante? Folded in 1/3’s flat against the back, or a cylinder around the interior of the pack with everything inside? I’ve got a similar kit as yours here, but I’m wondering how the pack’s going to fit longer food + water carries using the nightlight pad.

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  2. Hi! Great site! Could you please tell us a bit about your experience with the s2s poncho-tarp? I’m thinking about getting one myself and I can’t find much material on it on the web. What do you think are good conditions for it?
    Thanks,
    Nivge.

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    1. I use it on my desert hikes because weather is usually good. When it did shit storm I stayed warm and dry, even if I felt a lil précip on my face. It’s very claustrophobic if you have to pitch it in a storm, I had to army crawl on my belly to get into it once, I had to pitch it real low on a windy windy ridge. If you’re a small person, it’ll be fine. I don’t like how the material sags when it gets wet, I prefer cuben fiber for that reason, but it’s way more expensive!

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