What did you buy today?

Sundowner

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Jan 21, 2013
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After a long and thorough think, I finally got my finger out and forked out for a pair of Fjällräven vidda pro trousers. Only had them on before buying but was already surprised how comfortable they feel. And yes, I checked the label and they're not made in China but in Vietnam. However, the good news are that they were in the sale. So it was £ 115 instead of the usual £145
 

SaraR

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Mar 25, 2017
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That's a good catch, I've used a fair bit of kit from them over the years and it's always been great. My favourite cast iron skillet is from them and is every bit as good as the expensive American cookware.
I've got a Muurikka kettle at my Dad's in Sweden and was going to get one and bring back with me, but the shop where I got it only had a 3L one in stock this time around. This one does look like a very good alternative though.
 

Woody girl

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Mar 31, 2018
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Aldi fishing jacket in brown woodland cammoflage. I don't fish but it's waterproof and looks nice and warm. I can finaly get rid of my pink waterproofs! (They were not my choice but bought for me by well meaning pal trying to girlyfy me.)
 
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novembeRain

Nomad
Sep 23, 2008
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Not bushcraft as such, just being a big kid really; a slingshot, 10 spare bands and 200 ball bearings :joyful: all with express post for a grand total of £17!

But, as if to redeem myself slightly, the post's just brought my qvarfot axe (which was considerably more expensive). I'm very excited about my new "toys"..... time for a little trip out somewhere I think :)
 

Herman30

Settler
Aug 30, 2015
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Finland

Bought this old swordhanger to be used as a baldric for knifes.
 

Terry.m.

Forager
Dec 2, 2014
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Kent
Just bought SAK hunter pro
To go with all the other knives I don’t use.;)
Oh and I am waiting on a modified one bb Brasswerx in the U.S.


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mousey

Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)
Jun 15, 2010
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FIXNZIP zipper pull fix. Pricey! but the best looking fix for a replacement and additional zipper.

I found a zip pull has fallen off my jerven bag - not sure how that's happened! and I've been wanting to add an additional one on the long side to allow an opening to be created anywhere along the length so go a pack of 2...
 

GuestD

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Feb 10, 2019
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A pair of Italian army "style" combat trousers. The originals were the best I've had for rough outdoor stuff, but haven't been able to get them for a few years.