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  1. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I've searched and find nothing specific about the subject line so I gotta ask: How much extra clothing do you carry when backpacking? For this summer I've added an extra pair of socks, spare underwear, a tshirt and a long sleeve shirt in my kit and that takes up more than a little room. I've...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Another clothes question from me, not sure where to put this... I'm planning on making a "tactical" (for lack of a better term) suit. It'll have plenty of pockets and be made extremely heavy duty, hopefully.:rolleyes: The question I have is this - What material should I use for the outer...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    ok i have seen several threads talking about how to wash the clothes if there is no power . here is a great choice and it is reasonably priced. http://inhabitat.com/human-powered-giradora-washer-needs-no-electricity-and-costs-only-40/ :thumb::thumb:
  4. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    Im going pheasant hunting for the first time in a few weeks. This will be my first ever hunting expedition as I try out my new Remington 870. However I need some new hunting clothes so can anyone recommend some stuff? I know its technically upland game but in the future I dont want to have to...
  5. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Hi. I am new to Bushcraft. I have heard cotton referred to as "death cloth" on several occasions. I understand why. However the material preferred is rarely mentioned. So what do people like? Polyester, wool, etc.? I am attending a desert survival course in Tehachapi and want to know what to...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Say SHTF and you gotta go to your BOL. What do you wear? my choice would probably be my old bdu uniforms, its good for all conditions. That wouldn't be a problem for many people at all. Say you don't get found and you make it to your BOL. You're sweaty, and nasty from your hike and wanna change...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I wonder how many people add clothes to their prep list? I know that some people can sew, but you need raw material for that. I personally would be wearing some funny looking clothes if I had to sew my own.;) I have been adding clothing to the preps, as well as the fact I already had a lot of...
  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Caching Clothes. I am new to Survivalism and the forum. How do I cache clothes? Any good clothes to cache?
  9. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I'm in the middle of planning for my small family and was curious how others planned the clothing for yourselves and small children? What do you have prepared and how did you go about it? Especially babies and toddlers....
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