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    Yesterday I did my very first outdoor hike since...

    Yesterday I did my very first outdoor hike since many years. It was just few hours in terrain. Was walking around forests located 15 minutes from my living place. Its in city, but they're somehow...
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    Nice jacket. FishyFolk is Telemark backpack easy...

    Nice jacket. FishyFolk is Telemark backpack easy to get in Norway?

    I just bought Mora Companion Heavy Duty MG version. Ill leave Helle knives for times I will have too much money and too much kit,...
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    Last time We were talking with @FishyFolk about...

    Last time We were talking with @FishyFolk about clothing, and there was a problem. As good outdoor clothes are very, very expensive, the only way to avoid normal cotton garments was military surplus....
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    I never had a Helle knife so I can't say my...

    I never had a Helle knife so I can't say my experience is good or bad, I just read a lot of reviews, and 90% of time people say they had Helle knife for 12 years and its still like brand new. Just...
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    Hello mate, You're welcome to join the discussion...

    Hello mate, You're welcome to join the discussion :)
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    Thanks for Your advice Peaks! Laying down with...

    Thanks for Your advice Peaks!

    Laying down with that sprained ankle I have tons of time to watch bushcraft videos and think further, so here's what I came up with - I will probably drop cooking set...
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    Im aware of all the stuff You said - I didn't say...

    Im aware of all the stuff You said - I didn't say I won't buy dry bags, but Im collecting kit from scratch (right now I have just backpack, mat and sleeping bag) so I won't buy them now as I have no...
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    I've sprained my ankle really bad yesterday, was...

    I've sprained my ankle really bad yesterday, was unable to walk home so waiting for Uber driver I was thinking that if I'd sustain this kind of injury (I've fell on the side of my foot jumping...
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    I will for sure take care of dry bags, especially...

    I will for sure take care of dry bags, especially like You said to separate stuff (cause the first goal is to not get soaked to start with) but right now I need to tend to more essential stuff like...
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    I have limited options as I use Karrimor Sabre 45...

    I have limited options as I use Karrimor Sabre 45 with one main compartment and 2 separate lid pockets. I like bucket-like backpacks. So I was planning the packing order in terms of accessibility. I...
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    I've got mine for 12$ in local InterSport shop...

    I've got mine for 12$ in local InterSport shop and its waterproof. I think Ill switch to Snugpak Travelite self-inflatable mat when I will have some spare cash anyways.

    By the way, I just...
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    Quick question to LK35 and Snugpak users

    Hello, quick question on behalf of unregistered friend:

    When You put Snugpak's navigator sleeping bag, all weather tarp and self inflating mat into main compartment, how much place there will be...
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    This may be exactly what I was looking for. On...

    This may be exactly what I was looking for. On one hand, I wanted something glowing all around, not in only one direction, and also something I can hang or put anywhere (like storm lantern). On the...
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    Considering where You live, are You sure these...

    Considering where You live, are You sure these were not trolls or goblins? :D I would never think an animal could steal a piece of gear. So with a bit of additional research, I polished the list to...
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    Thanks a lot for sacrificing Your time to help me...

    Thanks a lot for sacrificing Your time to help me with all that advice, I will bring You some good beers when We meet in the wilderness :) So I guess my kit list can be finally closed. Ive spent a...
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    Lets update the list. I wanted to highlight that...

    Lets update the list. I wanted to highlight that stuff I chose is best I could find for me through reading reviews and scrolling tons of shops. If You know anything better just let me know, cause 90%...
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    Thanks a lot for checking it all with details. To...

    Thanks a lot for checking it all with details. To be honest I made up my mind about what You said and I think You're right - Poland is not Patagonia, even with the worst case scenario like losing...
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    Beginners kit list - correction request

    (Not sure if its the right category. Also, Ive posted exact same topic on a different forum, hope its not considered as spam. If any of these - sorry)

    Hello everyone. Im gathering my kit from...
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    Opinions on repairing garments in terrain

    Hello,

    How do You deal with torn pants, tarp or backpack during Your hike? Im building my kit from scratch and while preparing the list I decided something for repairs is essential. Wouldn't like...
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    Hello, thanks for Your reply. I don't like the...

    Hello, thanks for Your reply. I don't like the design that much, but looks are the last thing to consider right? You praise those boots so much that I will for sure consider them now. I think they...
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    How to choose universal hiking boots?

    Hello everyone,

    I know there is no such thing as "good for everything", but the only shoes I have in my wardrobe right now are some sneakers and moccasins. I want to buy a pair of shoes for...
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    Solo Scientific Aurora Firesteel. I will be often...

    Solo Scientific Aurora Firesteel. I will be often going close to the sea so I picked this one to cover it from salt. Plus it can be used on its own, having its own striking blade. Not to mention I...
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    Hello from Polish Coast

    Robert, 20 y/o student here. Some guys maybe saw me at other UK's Bushcraft forum, as I wrote a small topic there regarding my choice of backpack sometime ago. However then I stumbled upon Natural...
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