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Sup /out/.
Just made my very first paracord bracelet. What do you think?
Post anything paracord related
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gj looks faggy like all paracord bracelets
Well aren't you a negative nancy.
I think it looks cool.
Lose some weight fatso, spend less time weaving like a women and more time hiking

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Anybody have any experience with these boots? im really thinking about getting them.

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Does anyone know of any cheaper better boots?
LL Bean stuff is ridiculously over priced, even when I go to their outlet stores the stuff on sale is still more expensive than at other stores. I don't know whats the better buy for this particular pair of boots but I am certain it exists.
all ive heard is great things about these boots except for the price

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What does /out/ think of Wim Hof? Have any of you tried his methods at all?
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Hippie nonsense.
don't know who he is.

but people who strip down to take shirtless pics on mountaintops when it is sunny as fuck are pretty much all douches.

it is a facebook gimmick. because regular photos at the summit aren't enough. but now everyone does it. what next, cock out, fully erect, jacking off on the summit?
You mean you don't harbor the secret desire to take a shit on the highest point in the world?

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Would a journey on 100 miles in medium currents be doable in a dugout canoe with riggers in open sea be doable?

How long would it take? Would I have to sleep in the canoe?

I have no experiance with open sea canoeing, but plenty of experiance in rivers and rapids.

Also, general boat/canoe/kayak thread.
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no they are not in the least seaworthy
Not even for a 1-way trip? Would a raft be able to do the trip?
you could use two dugout canoes and make it a catamaran, but you better make sure you cover their top so that water can't splosh in.
that would be somewhat seaworthy maybe for a very short trip in good weather.

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Taken this morning on a little 13 mile day hike in the San Antonio mountains in So Cal
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you're outside, so yeah, i guess you're /out/

this is still pretty gay tho
only if you were operating

>So Cal


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Hello /out/ i've been lurking here for a little while and i'm looking for any advice you have for a young man, that's about to be a hunter soon. I'm not from a hunter family or have friends that hunt. so i'm looking for any advice you can tell, be it equipment, websites/videos, techniques etc. Whatever you got.
I should mention i'm not from the US, but Denmark (Northern Europe)
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Remember to respect your firearm, your prey and yourself.
I will, i must admit i do not have too much experience when it comes to firearms, i've only fired a 22 and a two shot shotgun that's used here for birdhunting. But i suspect question revolving around firearms belong in /k/.
But thank you for your advice.
What sort of things are you trying to hunt? Not much advice applies to big game, small game and birds.

I thought the hunter education online materials used in the U.S. we're pretty good for a beginner (I was very experienced when I took hunter Ed) so see if you can access those.

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Is North Face actually worth anything (not even asking if they are worth the price they ask, they obviously aren't)? If I get their most expensive jacket or someshit will it actually be somehow better than a generic windbreaker with a generic felt jacket underneath?

By generic I mean walmart-tier.
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>will it actually be somehow better than a generic windbreaker with a generic felt jacket underneath?
i don't know, but i imagine that hyvent is more breathable then your generic windbreaker. I have pic related and pretty happy with it.
Yes, because it says Northface on it.

Some counted things yes.

North Face is imo mid-tier at high tier prices.

Not the best, close to Columbia and Patagonia.

Arc'teryx and Fjällräven is where the meta is at, and Häglofs has some nice things too.

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I'm looking for a good kit for outdoor butchering and field dressing. So far I have come across this one by Outdoor Edge, and didn't know if you guys had any suggestions.
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What is the tool at the very bottom?
"The Steel Stick
The ultimate brisket spreader. Spreading the brisket allows easier access for removing internal organs and for quicker cooling of fresh game meat."
Thank you, sir

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Joining the Air Force and my job will have me in a plane so I get to go through this, can anyone tell me what to expect or what your experience was like?
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those vaccines they give you messes with your memory
What's your job? SF here
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Cool man, I'm a SERE specialist at Fairchild. Maybe I'll be teaching you.

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what does /out/ think of going innawoods barefoot?
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Hippie nonsense
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the irish did it all the time
Hippi nonsense

Hey /out/ I might be going in nature for long periods of time and I want to make a thread about how to eat healthy while /out/.
So far for my protein needs I am going to stock up on beef jerky, cans of fish and packets of peanut butter(with rice cakes and crackers). For carbs/fruit I will bring dates/freeze dried fruit. I also want to consume greens while /out/ so I have looked into green drink powders(aka spirulina and others), and I was wondering if anyone has any experience with these? I wouldn't be able to wander nature for weeks at a time without consuming greens,...
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Also found these. Seem pretty good. Anyone tried these?
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making a list feel free to add to it
-meat jerkies
-cans of beans and fish
-nuts and peanut butter
-freeze dried and dried fruit
-green powders
-protein bars
-dark chocolate
-chia seeds
-tortillas/crackers/matzah bread/rice cakes/cereal

I've tried google and I'm not finding any helpful ideas or lists. plz help senpai. Thanks :)
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Also preferably stuff that doesn't need cooking. I'm not bringing cooking gear because I need to stay lightweight. Thanks Faam

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I'm in the early stages of planning a motocamping trip that I will take next year and am looking for suggestions on how to recharge laptop/camera/phone batteries while away from civilization.

I record videos and take a lot of photos when I travel. I'm hoping to do some moto-travel vlogging while on this trip. It seems like power banks are good for cell phones, maybe a gopro, but not a dslr or laptop battery. I obviously can't take a generator with me. I'll have a look into a solar charger but I don't think those small portable ones are able to charge a laptop. Any suggestions?
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Dude, you're *riding* a generator.
Yes, some knives in the drawer are not very sharp!
Get a 12v DC to 240v AC inverter for your car.

Then get a moderately large solar panel, bolt it to your roof and wire it into your car battery so you can't do something stupid like run it flat at the bottom of a hill in the middle of nowhere. The panel will trickle charge the battery.

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Hey folks. I live in australia and I have started doing overnight through to 3 day hikes.
I have a ordered a simple Vango blade 100 tent until I get a feel for what I am after, as I am a novice. I was wondering, once i receive the tent and find out exactly how long the tent pole is overall, can I purchase a tent pole that comes in smaller sections? It packs down to a decent size, much smaller than the one I have now but it could be a lot smaller with shorter sectioned pole.
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You could consider getting trekking poles. Those are light, will pack down and many tents are intended for use with them.
Look you retard they aren't going to sell a small tent with really long poles.

You sound like a worrywart. Chill brah and get your shit together before ordering more gear.

When I do a search for that all I get is hiking poles. It seems like it would be pretty easy to just get replacement poles and cut/string them myself. Can i do that without compromising the integrity of the tent if I make the sections shorter then they usually are?

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do any of you go to military surplus stores to get your gear? i have some boots and my cammo pants i wear every time i go hunting...
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Not so much since all the good stores in town closed down (half the time for violating gun sales laws) and there isn't as much actual military surplus left these days, at least in Toronto. Mostly overpriced Rothco military style knockoff shit and tacticool molle book bags. I did buy a M51 Engineer's Field Bag last month.
Are there any legit ones left near Toronto?
Not downtown that I know of (AAA in Kensington Market isn't too bad, but it's tiny). Haven't really bothered looking since Hercules and the Save More Sport Store closed.

There's a place in East York on Northline called "The Army Store" that I've driven past but never gone in.

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To all those that say that woods are safe this happened:

>Be me, 21 undergrad
> In a nerd adventuring club, i.e. outdoorsy /tg/ people, like do a deep trek (4 weeks in the bush) and pack Magic cards. Have never seen a ghost or evulz.
>One of our trips to Helltown, OH (which was bust out) we are warned about a circle about an hour away to stay away, evil magic, occult town of weirdos
>bullshit.avi Call the Scooby Doo Gang sounds like a chance to waste...
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/k/ here, where exactly?
Sound pretty exciting.
>Things that never happened

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