[pct-l] trekking brolly
baidarker at gmail.com
Sat Jul 30 15:07:28 CDT 2016
I've carried a Chrome Dome on all 3 thru hikes, the Camino in Spain and
this summer in Madagascar and wouldn't leave home without it. Great for
the rain of course, but even better for the sun in the deserts of SOCAL and
New Mexico. I'll be using it for a dugout canoe trip on the canals of
eastern Madagascar tomorrow morning for the sun. You can get the exact
same umbrella from Gossamer Gear, they just don't call it the Chrome Dome
anymore. The main thing is reflective mylar top and black underside. Tuck
the shaft under your chest strap, and in winds secure the bulb on the
bottom with a small carabiner through the chord loop and to you hip belt.
Have a wonderful hike!
On Jul 30, 2016 9:23 PM, "Mike Gmail" <michaeljirving at gmail.com> wrote:
> Also available at GossamerGear.com
> > On Jul 30, 2016, at 10:08 AM, Luce Cruz <lucecruz13 at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> On Sat, Jul 30, 2016 at 8:10 AM, Brian Watt <bwatt at 1fifoto.com> wrote:
> >> During my 2014 PCT thru-hike I carried a GoLite Chrome Dome Trekking
> >> Umbrella, but the company has unfortunately gone out of business,
> > GoLite is back, kinda. The "chrome dome" style umbrella is available in
> > "Accessories" section.
> > http://mytrailco.com/
> > --
> > Luce Cruz
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