>>1105293>plus you still need other stuff
Not really. They're nice to have but let me refer you back to >>1105276>1. bringing a buttload of unnecessary shit
So let's break this down.>clothes
Okay, maybe if you're out for over a week you'll want a couple pairs of socks and drawers. Socks weigh, what, about 3oz per pair for good midweight merino? And I'm gonna assume you wear a tech-fabric boxer brief as well, 4oz. So 2 of each takes us to 14oz. But guess what? 99% of /out/ings are 2 nights tops, no real need to take extra clothes. Same applies to cold/wet weather clothing.>utensils
oooh, a whole fraction of an ounce for a $3 aluminum spork! (the Sea to Summit Alpha Spork literally weighs 0.18oz without the dumb little carabiner it comes with, and is $5). If you need more than a spork, you're doing it wrong.>sleeping pad
Totally not needed for 3-season camping, which is 99.9% of all camping. Buuut, if you insist, a half-length Z-lite Sol is 10oz.>flashlight
Totally not needed for ANY camping. But if you insist, an Olight I3S *with battery* weighs 0.48oz.>water bottles
...use commercial bottled water water bottles? They're free and weigh next to nothing (empty 1L Evian bottle weighs 0.09oz, so double that for still under a fifth of an ounce).>etc
If it's not important enough to name individually you don't need it. End of story.
So let's see here. We added in every single item in your list, and it increased our base weight by....24.84oz, or 1.55lbs.
WHICH TAKES US TO:>25lbs of consumables + 9.55lbs of gear = 34.55lb>25lbs of consumables + 8lbs of gear = 33lb>25lbs of consumables + 7lbs of gear = 32lb
wew lad, the mere thought makes me sweat!