Appalachian Trail Gear List 2014

Alright folks, I now present my 2014 Appalachian Trail Thru Hike Gear List. Below is a list of everything I will be carrying for my hike, its weight and its price. Please be mindful that while I am publishing this for the world to see, I am not adopting a self-righteous mentality. I have spent a great deal of time and energy acquiring various sponsorships and am lucky to be supported by a number of great companies. This is not bragging. I am sharing my pack contents with you in hopes of providing helpful information for future thru-hikers and to also receive some constructive criticism. I know it isn’t perfect, but it’s a start. Let me know what you think in the comments section at the bottom of this page.

Here are my pack contents:
GEARThis is everything I plan on taking with the exception of my poles and umbrella, which I haven’t gotten yet.

Here is what I will be wearing:
clothes

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Backpack:Osprey Exos 58
​Tent: Nemo ​Obi 1P Elite
Sleeping Bag: Nemo Nocturne 15
Sleeping Pad:  Nemo Zor 20 Regular
Sleeping Bag Stuff Sack:Sea to Summit E-Vent Waterproof Stuff Sack

Clothes

Clothes Stuff Sack: Sea to Summit Ultrasil Nano
Cold Weather Base Layer Top: Smartwool NTS 250 Midweight Top
Cold Weather Base Layer Bottom: Smartwool NTS 250 Midweight Leggings
Neck Gaiter: Homemade
Base Layer Top: Patagonia Capilene 3 Midweight Crew
Base Layer Bottom: Smartwool Microweight Long Underwear Bottoms
Torso Insulation: Patagonia Nanopuff Vest
Rain Gear: Frogg Toggs Rain Suit
Spare Underwear: Patagonia Active Hipster Brief
Spare Socks: Darn Tough Light Hiker Micro Crew
Pants: TC Running Pans from Goodwill
Gloves: Nike Livestrong Fleece Gloves
Warm Hat: Mountain Hardwear Micro Dome
Down Jacket: Mountain Hardwear Ghost Whisperer
Camp Shoes: Crocs

Related: Check out the Template Appalachian Trail Gear List

Happy Trails,

Allison

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Comments 2

  • mike boshnyak : Nov 24th

    Did you hike the AT in 2014?

    Reply
  • David : Mar 17th

    Hi,

    Is it possible to get a copy of the Excel file?

    Reply

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