>I have seen a lot of different things here called gimmicks.
It's a common phrased used by people who sit in their parents basement in attempt to elevate themselves by putting down things they can't afford, due to things like their parents not giving them much of an allowance.
So next weekend I embark in a 3-4 day kayak trip in 10,000 islands FL. I will be launching from goodland and spending the first night on Coon Key. This is the first time I have gone island camping. My long time friend will be accompanying me in a single person kayak rated for open water. I will be using the Helios 2 inflatable in the picture. So any advice? Ive done desert camping, backpacked numerous ranges, retired army.
no multi-tool thread? let's have a multi-tool thread!
i just went to fondle a bunch of them most of them were leatherman and a victorinox swisstool.
all the leathermans were fairly easy to handle but had a flimsy and cheap feeling compared to the swiss tool. the swiss tool on the other hand was fuck unergonomic. it hat great quality tools that you can't possibly open unless you have a thick long strong nail. wtf? why does victorinox do that? i can't buy this shit, is there a manufacturer that got it all right?
So I know a lot of folks here have such nice things to say about brands like timberland, merrel, Solomon and Columbia. And it seems /k/'s favorite flavors are Bates, belville, and danners....
But what about all the other brand of hiking boots you see at places like Big5 and Sports authority. Bearpaw, Denali, itasca, and Hi-Tec are a few that I see for reasonable inexpensive prices. But what is /out/ experience with such brands? Any recommendations or horror stories.
All I'm looking for is a waterproof, all black workshoe that could also be used comfortable trekking from work in a SHTF scenario. I want the shoe/boot that is reliable and worth the moneys. My limit is about $100 but I don't mind going over $20-$30
My brother wears hi-tec boots for work, and for hiking. He seems to like them. I can't vouch for them personally.
Merrell Moabs are an /out/ favorite and can be had for around $120. I have a pair and love them. Merrell often has other shoes at mall shoe stores like "shoe dept" and they're pretty nice.
/k/ boot choices are fine for work, but bad for hiking. Danner are awesome boots but not exactly hiking boots. I wear all black Timberland work boots (very similar to bates/galls brand), and tried hiking in them once. 2 mile hike and my feet hated it.
I've been seeing a lot of patch threads lately and I felt like it's the right time to lend a hand.
For those of you not familiar with Kommandostore, we're a company spun off of /k/ which sells a lot of military surplus clothing and equipment along with teeshirts, patches, and other goodies we custom manufacture.
I'm posting here now, because KommandoStore is doing a run of patches for /k/ very soon. I've got a graphic team already working on prepping the designs for production, it would be trivial for us to throw in... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Run 100 each of the bear at the table, the shield with the ursa major, the mora shield, and the cairn kicker.
All 100% embroidered w/ merrowed edge and iron on backing.
Don't run them where they look like hammered dog shit with zero definition on the bears face. Make a better cairn kicker patch than the shit that was just produced. Maybe offer different constellations in the shield patch. Some people wanted Orion, others the Southern Cross, etc.
>>610879 I've done plenty of mushrooms throughout my years and I don't really enjoy them at all. I've done LSA quite a few times as well, and though it's interesting the purge makes it not quite worth it, and not really functional for being /out/. Mescaline was alright but I only did it once, I don't know much about it. DMT is great, but gets old pretty quick and isn't fun for actually doing stuff. DMT and LSA require extraction though.
LSD will always be my preferred /out/ drug, and it's... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
That's my jam. Golden teachers, or amanita muscaria. Very different experience. Muscaria is at most a once a year kinda thing. The more common types like atlantis or cubensis can be done weekly and are always a good time.
Just don't eat what you find out there unless you're damned sure it is what you think it is, or you could die.
>>610879 Did shrooms a few times. I went into it a little apprehensive due to warnings about doing them alone from erowid.com. I had recently been introduced to legal herb by a relative and during one session got really frightened. At the time it could be bought at a smoke shop and so my reasoning was that mushrooms an illegal substance could potentially induce a much more frightening state. In retrospect I probably did not get the full effect as I did not consume them on a completely empty stomach. I really did not have... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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