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Yep, been to the last 2, love it a real old school craft fair vibe.
Two bottles of single Malt ( Ardbeg and Talisker Sky ) and 5 large kilner jars full of home pickled veg!!
Endicotts Army Surplus, Exeter.
It's the real deal, I spent days taking lengths of it off parachutes!!
GEC, but then I am a gentleman of a certain age, also they look great, in a traditional, even retro way.
They hold a great edge and are very well...
Endicotts. Hands down.
Opened in 1953.
British design, materials and build I think I am right in saying.
Gortex if I am exposed ,hill walking and such.
Wax cotton over wool if in the woods or static camp.
Ventile over wool if a bit of both.
Bison Bushcraft Yukon Vest.
Oilskin over wool lining.
Is that the standard size spoon knife Rob?
Thinking of having a go and wondering if they are the right tools for a beginner?
Great to hear the update. Here's hoping all goes well. Stay in touch!
So linen base layers under wool Mary?
Simple crew neck, like a long sleeve t-shirt.....that would be fabulous ( possibly!!?)
Wonder if anyone...
See you Cats there.
Well thanks for that OB, do like the look of that ME bag.
Thanks Wg, pretty sure I have a pal I could borrow one from if it came to it.
Got the kit Chris thanks, done a few winter arctic camping trips, I use a tarp or build a shelter, so have the keeping warm part generally,...
May just have sell one of my knives and put the money towards. Don't want to end up with a bulkier or heavier system than I already have....
Thanks pal, but for the spec I need its well North of £200.
Pretty sure the price cap of £200 will be my nemesis!
Thanks, I shall have a look at Marmot. Cheers for that.
As I said, I have plenty of cold weather experience, and more than adequate kit, its the down bag part that I have no experience of.