SLEEPING SYSTEM | UPDATE

I did some changes to my sleeping system in case I find bad weather at high altitudes (up to -20°C/-4°F) and it's still pretty light (3kg/6.6lb). This is the new gear list for Northern Argentina: 1) The North Face wool beanie. 2) Vargo titanium stakes. 3) Integral Design hot socks...

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WATER FILTRATION & COOK SYSTEM

This is the water filtration & cooking system I'm taking to explore Northern Argentina: 1) Ergon BH300 Bladder. 2) Evernew 1.5L folding water carrier. 3) Sawyer cleaning couple. 4) Sawyer squeeze filter. 5) Sawyer inline adapter for hydration pack. 6) Evernew titanium DX stand/wood stove. 7) Light my Fire, firesteel. 8) Lighter. 9) Trangia...

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Seek Outside

THANKS @seekoutside for supporting this Little Personal Project!!! Seek Outside is a family owned business producing high quality, lightweight camping and backpacking products with a focus on all season performance and long term durability....

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Apidura

THANKS Apidura for supporting this Little Personal Project!!! Apidura (built from a passion for adventure, cycling & the outdoors) produces ultra-light packing systems to enhance the bikepacking experience, enabling cyclists to travel farther, faster and more comfortably. They are driving the evolution in ultra-light cycling and opening a new...

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Woolx

THANKS for supporting my Little Personal Project!!! Woolx (100% Merino wool base layers) was created, very simply, to fill in the gaps where other 100% merino wool products fell short. During my next Aventure I'll be wearing their Base Camp LS Tshirt for cycling, their Woolx Blizzard...

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2000 miles check

A few weeks ago I returned home after riding 2,000 miles (3.000 kilometers) at Patagonia, to replace/upgrade some gear before getting back on the road again. I knew I'd to replace the chain, but the rear hub &  the bottom bracket are in bad shape, and...

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Vision or Gear?

For the last 5 years I kept reading photographer David duChemin's mantra "gear is good, vision is better" in many of his books & blog posts; it always seemed logical, but I kept accumulating stuff & gear that I thought it's essential for my photos. When solo traveling through remote areas, it's cool...

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