Top products from r/GearTrade

We found 22 product mentions on r/GearTrade. We ranked the 73 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/shaneisneato · 1 pointr/GearTrade

Your best bet is to look at the Eagle Claw Fiberglass Rods, They are well known and well loved as cheap good rods.

I also have this rod, Its a nice little cheap rod with a different feel from the fiberglass. I don't know anything about the reel they offer here. I just have the rod.

Look for an old Martin or other "blue collar" used reel on ebay. That will get you a much more solid setup than some all in one kit.

u/benh509 · 1 pointr/GearTrade

I don't think I have the original one but I used it in one of these and it worked great. I'll include it if u want. I think it's a medium size, but I know it fits great with this bag.

Sea to Summit eVent Compression Dry Sack,Medium

u/RyanMcDanDan · 2 pointsr/GearTrade

Yeah, it seems steep but I am just going off of the receipts I have from my purchases.



Hammock - 135

Hammock Rainfly - 140

Snake skin - 20

2QZQ - Mod 4 - 92

Atlas straps - 30

Carabiners - 14 (you need 2)

Omega Ring - 20 (you need 4 of them)

Dry compression - 45


None of this includes shipping or taxes. That being said, it's a great setup and I am not disappointed with how it performs. If you pick up an under quilt then this setup is unstoppable.


EDIT 2: The hammock includes the price for the original rainfly, I still have that and don't want it.

u/I922sParkCir · 1 pointr/GearTrade

I've replaced the battery twice, once before starting the JMT and another time before a motorcycle tour up to Alaska. I've never seen the battery life indicator come up and I'd always use it in 5 minute tracking. I don't actually know how long the battery last, but if I'd have to guess, about a year with heavy use. You have to use lithium AAA's though. They maintain their voltage for the life of the device.

>Though, won't help me much against the griz and lions, but maybe if I break something lol...

Ha! I hear you. I was on a bike when I encountered a grizzly and her cubs and totally felt safe. The mountain lion was on a trail and staring right at me. That was actually actually concerning. The tracking is nice just in case they needed to find the body. I typically have people look at the tracking page sporadically and they know what to do if they see I haven't moved for too long.

u/BlastTyrantKM · 4 pointsr/GearTrade

Here's something that's much cheaper and much lighter. I bought this kit in December and I've used it several times. It's that cheap aluminum that can be bent with your bare hands. But you said "cheap and light", no mention of durability. That being said, treat it like something that can be easily damaged and it'll last a good long while. Treat it like it's made out of cast iron and it won't last a single trip. I've used mine several times and it's still in perfect shape, just the bottom outside is soot covered. I weighed just the frying pan & handle and it's 4.25oz (I bought this just for the frying pan. I consider the rest of this kit pretty useless. But hey, it's a $10 frying pan so still a win). It's big enough to fry a medium sized onion and pepper cut into strips, or a full pound chicken breast cut in half. Or, I'd guess a few eggs and modest serving of hashbrowns at the same time, as long as you don't mind the eggs and hashbrowns mixing together a bit. The lid can be used as a deep plate, also.

u/mvmntsofthemind · 2 pointsr/GearTrade

I have a white cocoon silk liner. $30 shipped CONUS. Only used 3 nights on one trip, totally saved my bacon when I only had a 20F quilt and temps got down to 21F. Now I bring warmer quilts so no need for the liner :D

u/bigfoot1825 · 1 pointr/GearTrade

I used this on the AT and it got down to 21F and felt toasty except for my feet, I would say taking it to zero would be the absolute bare minimum though, and you'd better be wearing some down/layering up.

u/Mego1989 · 1 pointr/GearTrade

Here are some links to add to my comment.

Opinel Carbon Blade No8 Folding Knife

Kershaw Kuro - Tanto Black Serrated Box 1835TBLKST

u/rottenpossum · 1 pointr/GearTrade

One of my coworkers just mentioned this one to me. He's used it for a while with the BSoA.

u/Intervelia · 1 pointr/GearTrade

I've got a 3L osprey hydra form reservoir. Brand new in packaging

Sorry I'm on my phone so I don't know if that will link correctly.

u/Gonzok · 2 pointsr/GearTrade

For car camping and hunting trips I got a Kodiak canvas for $400. I didn't care for the nylon tents that were that big.

Currently $380 new... Kodiak Canvas Flex-Bow 4-Person Canvas Tent, Deluxe