Hi mate, thanks for organising
Could I please place an order for the following:
2x DD Tarp XL multi cam £116
DD under blanket multi cam £54
DD XL sleeve olive green £11
DD elastic cord 10m £5
2x DD superlight Karabiners £36
DD superlight hammock olive green £55
DD SuperLight Pegs x 6 £6...
Not sure if Sandbag has managed to set up the group buy yet but I got an email from DD the other day which might put the brakes on it.
Totally understandable giving the current situation
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That was one of my concerns with that type of trousers that they could tear easily. The ski trousers would be more durable and waterproof but heavier and take up more space in the pack :confused:..... much to consider now
I think I'm going to wait and see if Aldi get these back in and have a look. Its looking like a toss up between Aldi and the softies at the moment.
Do you know if the insulation in these are down or synthetic?
They would do the trick, but I like the of pulling the trousers over what your already wearing for the extra layer rather than stripping off to put the long johns on.
Trust me not many people would suffer that sight lightly! :yuck:
The onsie sleeping bag! http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/2037703.htm. Yep bet he got some funny looks in that.
Carrying an extra 9kg would definetly not be an option for me. I'm trying to cut down on the weight just now and I was thinking the insulated trousers would help by...
So I was out the other night in the hammock, and to be fair I haven't had a lot of time in the hammock, but I cannot get used to being restricted in a sleeping bag in the hammock.
The obvious solution would be to get an under quilt. But I was thinking about getting a pair of down/synthetic...
I'm trying to make time to do the WHW this year as well but with the way things are looking it maybe next year now.
Yesterday I packed the kit I would take and headed off to do the Glen Loin Loop, excluding food (I intend to take roughly the food as shown by Paul Kirtley...