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  1. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I'm looking for the most durable pants made. I need to be able to cut trees, ride dirt bikes, go hiking, etc. Most brands are very expensive so I don't want to make the wrong choice. I have some double front Carhartts but I don't know if other brands are more durable. For me the pants must have...
  2. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    anybody got an opinion on boots and clothing
  3. 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...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Lookin for some sweet cargos(not cotton) for huntin,fishing,the bush...anything and everything!!! Preferably waterproof. Not too worried bout cost(not payin 300 either!) Keep me posted guys and gals.. I know you will.Thanx PS... any suggestions on shirts,longsleaves would...
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I've started to worry about what I'll wear when SHTF. ha, no not if I'll look good for the occasion, but what I'll wear day in and day out. I have lots of worthless clothes for that situation. I have a ton of stuff I wear in the office, but that's no good for anything. I don't have enough...
  6. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    Hey guys, My BOL is about 45miles away. I'm hoping I would be able to drive, but I live in the suburbs of Houston and traffic accumulates fast. If I have to hoof it, I'm planning on moving at night, following the road - but when I see headlights (or hear stuff) jumping into the grass. The only...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    For wet conditions camo bell bottoms have a use. Your ankles would not get chaffed by wet pants rubbing against them for one. If you had to cross a deep river or float around in a body of water then you can tie a knot in the legs and sweep some air into them. You can take em on and off...
  8. 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...
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