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    Just ordered one of these from Amazon, £8.95, bargain.


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    Just got myself,,,now don't laugh a stainless steel Fondue set, SS pot with lid, iron trivit,methes burner with SS plate that can be up turned and used to keep the whole thing off the ground A quid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rossbird View Post
    Just ordered one of these from Amazon, £8.95, bargain.


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    I got myself a little striker from a place called shark design it has a striking surface on 6 sides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FishyFolk View Post
    I would advice strongly against both. Get yourself a similariliy designed (hi collar) thin wool pullover instead.
    Any recommendations bud?

    I understand that they will be bad when wet but was never going to use it for anything other then a thermal layer when in woodland and would be wearing a waterproof when raining.



    Could anybody recommend an similar alternative decent base layer not too expensive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ADz View Post
    Any recommendations bud?

    I understand that they will be bad when wet but was never going to use it for anything other then a thermal layer when in woodland and would be wearing a waterproof when raining.



    Could anybody recommend an similar alternative decent base layer not too expensive?
    Anything Marino wool and you'll be safe as houses.
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    the how to dress appropriately posts have been moved here folks

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodstock View Post
    Just got myself,,,now don't laugh a stainless steel Fondue set, SS pot with lid, iron trivit,methes burner with SS plate that can be up turned and used to keep the whole thing off the ground A quid.
    Ha ha, absolute essential for a night in the woods.
    I usually take one, plus a spare
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    Quote Originally Posted by ADz View Post
    I like that adz.
    I've been on some hikes where a wash after you've set-up for the night would have been dreamy, but there been no water source nearby and on-board water was more valuable than gold! I use baby wipes in these situations, but find I still get sticky pit syndrome Ha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by f0rm4t View Post
    I like that adz.
    I've been on some hikes where a wash after you've set-up for the night would have been dreamy, but there been no water source nearby and on-board water was more valuable than gold! I use baby wipes in these situations, but find I still get sticky pit syndrome Ha!
    Exactly my thinking bud

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