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  1. Vendor Deals
    Custom 550 Paracord Zipper Pulls - Set of 4 Pulls You can have each zipper made with any color of paracord that I have in stock! I have not found anyone else who offers them like this. These are one of my top selling items. Click the link below to get some for your gear: 1.5 inch tab Zipper...
  2. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I've read a lot of people here talking about using wool blankets for a sleeping system instead of a sleeping bag, I'm just wondering what the reason for that could possibly be. I'd take an army four piece sleeping system over blanket any day. Blankets are less warm, heavier, bigger.
  3. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I know you're not supposed to store sleeping bags rolled up tight in their stuff sacks. You're supposed to hang them or lay them out flat (under the bed or something). Is there a way to keep them safe from moths and dust mites if they're just out like that? Even a lawn & leaf trashbag...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Just purchased a Men's Light Year XP 40 Degree Regular sleeping bag from "The Clymb". REI sells this for $85 (usually $120)...
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Looking for a good,compact mess kit and a good compact,light weight sleeping bag. Any ideas?? Gotta be compact.With the sleeping bag, I wouldnt mind if it can maybe double as a tarp or just multi use if that even exists
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Has anybody tried using a sleepingbag liner? I have a good +20 degree mummy bag, but want it to be useful at lower temps. I dont plan on using it in sub-zero temps, but want a little more out of it without getting a new one. It said that they can add 10 degrees to your existing sleeping bag.
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I was hoping to get some thoughts on what you think about quality tents and sleeping bags. What do you look for when purchasing these items? Are there durable, all season types?
  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Daily Steals has a special on 2 High Peak Simex Sport Sirius Sleeping Bags. One's Olive & the other is Black. They didn't list a temperature rating, but after a little searching, it appears that they are rated for down to 21.2 degrees F. They are to only weight 1.2 lbs. Just an FYI for...
  9. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    Hi, I just bought a M-1949 mountain/arctic sleeping bag(with a M-1945 water repellent shell for 20bucks). I was wondering if anyone had any info on this bag. Specifically how do I wash it. It is down filled so I'm not sure how to go about cleaning it. Has anyone cleaned one of these before...
  10. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    We use these in my family for camping. They machine wash:thumb: well after each use and keep the bag clean and needing fewer washings to preserve the bag. They add just a little more warmth.:thumb: Liner, Sleeping Bag, Coleman, Green, 33x75, Polyester, w/sack, China, about $10-20. Large...
  11. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    I'm looking to add a sleep system to my BOB. I've narrowed it down between these two. I'm looking for opinions, likes, and dislikes. Thanks In Advance, Pro-Pain (P.S. I'm on the mid-east coast. Fairly hot summers, and moderate winters.)
  12. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    This is one area that one should buy the best! Even if you have a spouse that is not into prepping this is one area that I make up for it for her lack of interest. It's camping NOT prepping....RIGHT.:D: Great camping equipment are great asset's for emergency issues. I love NEW military...
  13. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    I just got my USGI 4 part sleeping system in this afternoon from Allegheny Surplus Outlet for $120. I have to admit I am a bit disappointed. I am 6'-4" 275 lbs. and it is a bit too sung for me too really sleep in and I was planning on buying another one for me. I originally bought it for my...
  14. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Foam sleeping bag systems out perform Wiggy's or any other sleeping bag on the market.
  15. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I have gone through a lot of the forum and read up on the GI sleep system. It gets a tone of mixed reviews. I am looking for something that can be adaptable to almost any situation, and while being considerably heavy, was looking into getting one of these. I have read many posts about the...
  16. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    What would be a good light sleeping bag or system that would be good for a fall/ summer/ spring kind of backpacking?
  17. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    OK guys,...i'm somewhat cold natured,..50 degrees and i wear a jacket. So sometime in mid to late feb, a couple buddies want me to go camping with them at Colorado National Park. I have been told the temperatures can reach very low to possible negatives? I am looking for a lightweight sleeping...
  18. Reviews & Questions For Vendors well I got one of these of e-bay for $90 plus $40 shipping!! sweet. anyone else got one of these? do you machine wash these in cold water and dry inside out ?
  19. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I am trying to find the manufacturer of the Recon sleeping bags. I have done a search for it and can not find anything. I also can not find a web site for them. If any one knows can u please let me past the info along to me. Thanks for the help guys.
  20. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I've noticed in videos of peoples gear, that there sleeping bags are usually REALLY compact and that they're about the size of two TP rolls stacked on top of each othere when stuffed in their sack. My sleeping bags take up space about the size of a bed pillow rolled up. Where do they get such...
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