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  1. General Discussion
    For those of you who have seen my youtube videos, you know I wear a boonie hat. That boonie hat has an advantage timber camo pattern. My current hat is made by R&B, mil-spec-h-43577hat, sun, hot weather type II, and it is made in the USA. I have been thinking about buying a tiger stripe...
  2. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    Anyone using anything different than a Boonie hat for sun protection during a disaster or just for sun protection. I have 3 of them, 1 in Tiger Stripe, 1 in Woodland Camo and 1 in Real Tree camo all of which work great at keeping facial sunburn at bay. Anyone use anything different as a hat...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I live in the south and it gets hot down here. A baseball cap doesn't work as my ears get sun burned so I am looking for a boonie style or something like it. I don't want to spend big bucks for something that is going to get cramed into my B.O.B. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  4. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    was wondering what you folks in the southern climates use for head protection. im looking at one of these http://thekeytosurvival.com/bcbinternational/coolinghat.html do any of you use or have used these? do you think it is better than a regular boonie or do you prefer some other type of hat?
  5. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    I bought a MultiCam boonie hat by Tru-Spec at Kaufman's West in Albuquerque, NM awhile ago and I've worn it exactly twice since then. The second time was on a windy day and I used the built in chin strap that came sewn onto the hat that day. I immediately noticed that the little leather two...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I'm looking for a good crushable hat. Most likely looking for a cowboy style. Does anyone know of a good brand? Would you buy leather, straw, or wool?
  7. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Let's talk about hats. What your hat of choise? Probably depends on the environment, activity, the weather.. Naylon or cotton? Air vents or no air vents? I bet naylon hats will cook your head when you are acive but sure are OK in the rain or during the winter becasue naylon is good heat...
  8. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Looking for a good Boonie hat, found a few. What do u all think? This one has a nice drop down mesh...
  9. Polls and Surveys
    Do you normally wear a hat or a cap when your out of your house or around town? Edit: forgot to add "sometimes"
  10. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I just bought this woodland camo boonie hat at a local surplus store and i was wondering what those loops are for?I can see that kev has a boonie hat to but do you put things on or attach things to those loops. If you have any answers please post.
  11. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    This is a post I created on another forum, but I'd like to share it here. Here's the list of clothing I will include in my family's Emergency Bags. Below the list are alternative uses for the items. Each family member's set of clothing will include: 1 Balaclava:.................. 1.7 oz...
  12. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    One of the most important survival clothing items is a hat. Sure bare headed may seem cooler but you will build up more body heat by asorbing the suns radiation that if you wear a hat. In cooler weather half of your body heat loss can be through your head and that means calories that you may...
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