@el manana I believe this gear was from a trip I did in April last year. Total base weight (all gear not worn or consumed) was about 5.5kg.

From top left to right and down:

HMG Windrider 2400 Pack (40 ltr) - 799g
Therm-a-Rest Z-Seat Pad with R-value 2.2 - 53g
ZPacks Duplex Ultralight Two Person Tent - 595g
6" Sorex Carbon fiber 6 g X 8 = 48g
ZPacks Cuben Fiber Stake Sack - 2g
Therm-A-Rest Neoair XLite - Regular value 3.2 - 341g
stuff sack XL HMG Cuben Fiber DCF11 for packed clothes and essentials - 18g
Berghaus Ulvetanna Hybrid Down Jacket (850 fill power) 422g
HMG Cuben stuff sack XL pillow - 44g
Cumulus Panyam 450 sleeping bag (0 °C comfort) (Down 850 Fill Power) - 835g
Hyperlite Mountain GearRoll-Top Stuff Sack Medium - 34g
inov-8 ROCLITE 295 Trail Shoes - 558g
Sawyer Squeeze water filter, 2 ltr folding bottle, tube, string in net - 148g
TLD (236 ml) fuel storage bottle - 29g
700 ml Smartwater bottle - 31g
Trail Designs Sidewinder Titanium Tri-Fuel Cone System (1.3 L) - 45g
Evernew Ti Ultra Light Pot (1.3 L) - 137g
Speedster 30ml Spill Proof Meths/Alcohol Burner - 13g
DIY cozy for Evernew Ti Ultra Light Pot (1.3 L) - 47g
Esbit titanium folding spoon - 18g
Swiss Army Classic SD including scissors & tweezers - 21g
Folding cup 200 ml - 20g
HMG Cuben Fiber DCF8 stuff sack medium - 11g for items in outer net.
Berghaus Hyper Shell Jacket rain coat - 89g
ULA Rain Kilt - 81g
Nike beanie - 49g
ZPacks Roll Top Blast Food Bag Cuben Fiber - 44g
trekking umbrella EuroSchirm Swing liteflex Grey UV 50+ - 225g
Black Diamond Trail trekking poles - 480g
Passport in Loc safe bag - 40g
map - 23g
Tread Lite Gear Cuben fiber Coin Card Case Wallet Zip - 4g
HMG Nano Cuben Fiber Stuff Sack for iPhone


Thru Hiker
Ah inov8 roc lite 295, my favourite summer shoes. Wish they still made them and wish they lasted better!


@Enzo I had to modify the roclites with some neoprene glued on to the heel area because they were too thin and I always got sores on my heels. After the mod they have been fine and they are still going strong. They just look a little worn.


Great to see you here Brian. Have been following your blog more closely now that I have moved down to Malmö. Hoping to do some trekking on Skåneleden this spring and your blog has lots of good information :)


@JonB Thanks Jon. Wow, your not far from me in Copenhagen then. Might see you on Skåneleden some time. Is the move to Malmö permanent? Great you can use the info from my blog. I was also excited to read about your Tramplite shelter. It's a bit of a shame that they are difficult to purchase.