The stuff I carry inside my pack.
North Face Thermoball Puffy. 12.3 ounces. Think I paid $100 for this a year or two ago. A staple on winter dogwalks. Also doubles as a fantastic pillow at night.
North Face Fleece. 12 ounces. One of my all time favorite pieces of gear. The dog and I found this laying on a trail over in the Garden over two years ago. I left it that time, but 24 hours later I returned, she was till there, and I took her home.
Oskar Blues buff. Two ounces. $8, picked up on the latest Tour de Longmont.
Sock Guy Socks. Two ounces. Can usually find sock guy on backcountry for $6.
Marmot Glide Softshell Gloves. 3.6 ounces. Think these were around 50 bones quite some time ago. Not great for winters here on the front range, but they should do for a summer hike.
Outdoor Research Helium II jacket. 6.4 ounces. $100. Pricey, but this coat has already bailed me out of some wet situations and seems to be worth it.
Las Vegas flip flops. Three ounces. Paid $3.99 for these at the exotic Golden Nugget less than twelve hours after the worst mass shooting in history. #vegasstrong
Fleece hat. Four ounces. $20, which is expensive for a hat, but it says Pitt and you have to pay for that kind of quality.
Two pounds, 13.5 ounces. $287.99. The cost of all this is deceptive, most of the shit here has been in my stable for a long time and gets used all the time. Funny though that my one piece of bomber equipment that I beat up the most and wear the most is the fleece that someone else threw away.