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Post /out/ gear that makes your dick hard. Even if you'd never buy it.
>vehicles
>guns and various tools
>clothing
>tents, packs, sleeping bags, etc
For me, it's the Suunto Traverse Alpha. Price of a phone for less features and shit battery life, but this thing is sexy as hell
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>he doesn't own a Suunto traverse
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>>1096624
dunno if I will ever buy a $750 jacket. But it sure is cute!
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Pic related

>tfw poor
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>>1096661
Why would they ruin that jacket's aesthetics with that retard velcro on the sleeves?

>inb4 morale patches for sub zero operators, larpers and airsofters
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>tfw no $700 finnish memesack
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>>1096667
My n-word.
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>>1096656
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>>1096669
fagditt plox
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>>1096656
Can we get your review? What activities do you use it for?
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>>1096667
aaaaayyyyyy yeahhhh, same for me, but im gona buy it some day ands its 500 euros
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>>1096656
>>1096624
Almost bought one, but then realized a watch you have to charge is fucking gay.
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>face fabric so finely woven that it's downproof
>7oz
> $320
More than a dollar a gram
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>>1096624
Another pic for you.
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>>1096773
Is the actual body of the watch plastic?
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>>1096774
Kind of.
It's labeled composite and the look and feel is like the material a Glock is made of.
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:'(
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>>1096678
I've used it for hiking mostly, obviously. I absolutely love it though. I actually wear it nearly every day. The battery life is pretty short when using the highest accuracy GPS, but you can easily carry a small charger if you really need to use the highest accuracy. I usually keep it on the medium level accuracy and it does fine. Movescount is great too as you can add specialized modes to the watch to match your activity. You can customize all kinds of craziness. The only major downside is the barometer/altimeter/compass need to calibrated quite often, but I guess that is kind of expected?

Would definitely buy again
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>>1096661
I have an Alpha SV and it is fucking awesome. Watch for sales and you can probably pick one up 40% off or better.
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I want a MSR Guardian Purifier. The price is worth not having to carry drinking water everywhere.
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>>1096661
I love the zip-out hood. Jackets like those are my favorite

I want one of these Sniper Chili knives really badly. I like the curvature on it
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>>1096757
Just got one in like new condition from a dude on Reddit for $100. Feels good man. Now to decide if I sell my Montbell Alpine Lite Park or just have 2 different down jackets...
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>>1097026
>paying 995 for a patch
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>>1096624
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>>1097026
They are shit jackets that we canadians sell to dumb gooks with more money than brain cells
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>>1096812
(O_o)
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>>1097026
pleb
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>>1097190
This is a good one.
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>>1096664
garmin fenix 3 is better

samsung gear 3 frontier is best, as rugged, and cheaper
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>>1097227
>implying that's true
>implying that does even matter
It's not only its function but the pedigree.
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>>1096757
Literally an ugly, overpriced Uniqlo jacket.
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>>1096624

Suuntos are shit, no joke.

They have a fucking battery you have to recharge, they scratch very easily, they're too big, they dont work well in extreme cold and the company is shit-tier for customer service.

CASIO is miles better, G-Shock or ProTrek

If you need a GPS get a dedicated portable GPS. Suuntofaggots are the ones that take pictures at camp and fuck off back down
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>>1097026

Eww no.

These are literally only worn by Toronto Chinks with more of their parents money than brains.
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>>1098342
I can't speak for their GPS models, but I like my Core. Mine was a display model or something and I got it for $65 at an REI garage sale, and since then I've put it through everything from hiking to skiing to daily wear while working as an auto mechanic for a few years. It's visually beat up, but still works perfectly, and the only issue I've had is that the strap keeper broke after like 8 years of abuse.
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>>1098342
This. Get G-Shock you snotty normie cunts.
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>>1097029
HNNNNNNNNG
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>>1098342
>implying any watch will ever rival this
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>>1099352

I prefer mine because of the solar factor and the signal reception that makes it accurate to the second always because I'm autistic like that, but other than that I agree
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>>1099352
>>1099385

However....
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>>1096740
That watch isn't really intended for regular daily use unless your job is a mountain guide.

You charge your GPS or put new batteries in it before you go on a climb/hike. Why would this be any different?
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On mobile so can't be bothered to get an image, but the best watch for /out/ is the Garmin foretrex 701. Just came out in July. Sensors for damn near everything(barometer, GPS, glonass, Galileo, ant+, Bluetooth, a gun computer doodad for measuring bullet drop and whatever[I admit that's a little ridiculous for most ppl here, but hunters would dig it])

Battery life isn't too bad either, with general use. Also uses AAA's and not some bs sealed in lipoly that'll be junk in 4 years.
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>>1097190
I have this parka. Its awesome for sleeping in if you do minimalist type winter camping without sleeping bags or anything. Not worth 1000 buckaroos but gud
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>>1099906
Y...you are joking correct?
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>>1099656
Seems cool. Thanks for the heads up.
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>>1097227
>>garmin fenix 3 is better
why not fenix 5X
too luxury to own one
when it is already like a pipboy?
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>>1096666
To tighten the fucking sleeves you retard
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>>1100788
>Being this much of a moron
Lmao
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>>1100788
>Being this simple
Chuckling at your existence
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Savotta 339, 199€.
Would kill for an original made in the 50's.

>inb4 poorfag
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>>1096757

Is this image accurate? Do quilted jackets have more heat loss?

http://www.eddiebauer.com/campaign/evertherm
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>>1099352

The new W-217H has larger numbers and is 50M water resistant.
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>>1100920
>you will be warmest at the outer edge of your arms and right below your chin

I don't think the image is accurate. Remember, it does have the primary goal of selling you something.
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>>1100920
>>1100985
Also. And maybe I'm being retarded here. But shouldn't the warmer jacket appear cooler on the infrared spectrum? The jacket should be retaining the warmth on the inside so the outside should appear cooler right? In my way of thinking the more orange/red the jacket is outside the less it will retain its heat inside. If i am being retarded let me know & explain how I'm wrong please.
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>>1100994
the scale is reversed, red is cool, or "good" here, as less heat is escaping.

I don't know about the specific products, but sew-through type baffles are well known to be cooler. the nature of the design creates uninsulated bands with high air permeability thanks to the stitches.

the superior design is to use actual box baffles, a piece of fabric to join the inner and outer layers, .
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>>1100920
this image makes no sense
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>>1100841
>>1100837
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>>1100835
>>1100832
>am i seeing what I am seeing

Dude, nice taste!
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>>1096757
They shit it up with that awful font
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>>1096666
That's exactly why; you dumb cunt.
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>>1101364
t. Wannabe operator
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>>1096666
Nice get.
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>>1101372
Not even.
Just pointed out that is exactly why the velcro tabs are there.
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Not entirely thread related, but I didn't want to make one for this question.
What are some decent watches with a compass?
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I wish I had a gf whom I could /out/ with
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>>1101756

I like the Timex outdoor watches.

https://www.timex.com/browse/men/watches/outdoor-watches/
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>>1101756
Just buy a decent watch and a suunto compass that clips onto it.
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>>1101825

I'm not sure how well those small compasses work though.

The Casio Pro Trek series offers a digital compass as standard, but they're expensive.

http://protrek.casio.com/watches
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>>1101756

CountyComm also sells a compass that fits 18-22mm nylon watch bands.

https://countycomm.com/products/navigator-compass-rev-2
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>>1101007
thanks annon
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>>1100874

Its an amazing pack for anything short of 5+ day trips or deep winter trips.
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>>1097029
How the fuck could a VW camper be used like that.... The engine is anemic, and even if you DID swap it with something better, you're limited by the size(I think the "best" engine that you could fit in a westfelia is from a VW Jetta... By NO MEANS a fast or powerful engine, but still better than the stock one)
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>>1100920
This is different then all the other thermal images I've ever seen. If I read this, I conclude the quilted retains heat better.
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>>1099352
Inshallah this brother
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>>1096667
i have bee eyeing the pack for some time. but 500€ hurts so i got a deuter. still kinda want it
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>>1101756
Buy an analog and learn how to use that as a compass.
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>>1099352
ahem..
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>>1103041
Kek bet you watch big bang theory. Simply ebin. Basinga!
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>>1099352
Obligatory
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>>1103033
>Power Wagon
hnnngggg
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>>1101364
>Suunto traverse
t. larper
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>>1098342
This, when I got a new job I was looking at a new watch. For a while I was tossing up between a Suunto or Garmin.

Then I realised how shit it would be to constantly have to charge a watch and got the Casio Pro Trek one that solar recharges.
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>>1100920
Quilted jackets just prevent insulation migration.

Insulation value depends on the insulation type, loft, and amount.
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>>1103041
Can it calculate how deep into pussy you'll be from wearing it?
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>>1100920
are there any jackets that are quilted with baffles? like bags
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>>1096812
I'd carry all her gear :'(
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>>1101936
Is the ruck on the left a LK35?
Also, nice pic mate!
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can't justify £200 on a backpack when my £70 one has held up and still functions plus I'm 5'7" so I think the atmos 65 (medium) would look ridiculous on me
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>>1105212
I've got the 50L and it's well worth it. I don't get your hesitation though. The price is totally normal for a midrange backpacking bag.
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>>1103151
Other obligatory
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>>1097426
>pedigree

what?

its not a rolex you poorfag nog. Its a suunto vs garmin vs samsung.

If you want to talk "pedigree" (like it actually matters in elctronics, which it doesn't) then samsung and garmin both crush suunto

but if you really want to overpay fpr less features and no actual standardized rating specs then be my guest, buy suunto
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>>1096672
My favorite edc, almost forget its there
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>>1097026
Are these any better than alpha industries? Thats what my parka is
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>>1105225
I'm new to /out/ and have only been wild camping once (so far)
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>>1105532
Even the watch displays "fa".
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>>1105651
That's understandable. Just use what you have for now so when it's time to buy you know what you want. When you do buy stuff avoid cheap shit you'll have to replace quickly. Take your time and be thoughtful about your gear choices. And when you go to buy a nice pack like that, make sure you buy one from a reputable store. It'll cost a bit more but they'll fit you for it properly and you'll be supporting a good resource for people. Your height might even put you in the women's version but I couldn't say for sure without measuring you and putting a pack on you.
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Mercator Multi by Otter, 119€
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It would be so cool to have a Jeep Wrangler EV. I could drive around in nature and hear the birds chirping and the squirrels squirreling.
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>>1105724
I've got a recurring dream of scrambling over a dusty hilltop out west in an open air jeep, with a few friends hanging off the sides holding the roll cage. The sky is that cloudless cobalt blue. Maybe in a few years I'll get to see what's over the hill. Gonna have to be a rental though because I'm a northeastfag and there's no call for a Wrangler around here except as a dick embiggener
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>>1096624
fn p90 sbr selective fire
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>>1096624
constant raging boner reporting in
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>>1105558
>Post a Breitling
>this moron starts arguing about suunto and garmin
Learn2read
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how>>1106590 does that battery icon make you feel?
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>>1106601
What bag is this? I must know
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>>1106602
like i should find the charge cable
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>>1106604
Seek Outside Unaweep 4800

400$ apparently
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>>1096624
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>>1106616
Why not Leica master race?
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Jesus sure smells like reddit in here.
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>>1096995
Looks like Leon’s knife from RE4.
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>>1103033
holy fuck god yes

just black out that chrome and it's a cumwagon
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I have been lusting after one of these fucking things for a bit.

But they start at $1300 and the hardware is all really low quality plastic. I doubt it would survive a summer being used as a pool toy, never mind any kind of real-world touring.
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>>1107361
>you will never be an anachronistic techwear fur trapper, exploring the Louisiana Purchase in your space age pack-raft
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>>1107364
>tfw hairy trap from Louisiana
close enough?
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>>1107364

;_;
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>>1106616
>>1106661
found the surveyors/engineers
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>>1107368
<3
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>>1100926
my casio is at100m water resistance, lasts 10 yrs and only cost me 15$ shipped git gud
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>>1099104
Jokes on you. I have one. It uses 100L fuel per 100 KM
> tfw milfag advantage
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>>1105212
I took the 65L version for my thru hike.
10/10 a bit heavy but great supporting pack.
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>>1107368
pics?
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>>1096661
Keep an eye on local classifieds for deals. I just picked up a Beta AR for 300$ in perfect condition, guy only wore it a couple times.
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My MSR whisperlite makes my dick hard everytime. Pic related.
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>>1106609
Buy once, cry once.
Buy once, unaweep.
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>>1106590
Dick status: sapphire
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>>1096667
Why is it so expensive?
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>>1097882

and each moment disappears like tears in rage
time to cry
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>>1110642

tfw car campers and their gigantic packs
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>>1110980
>leglets
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>>1106969
...thats exactly why i want it (pls no bully)
that and a replica of krauser's which is a heavily modified sniper chili
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>>1096661
Unless you are a super srs alpine dood, you can get by with something much cheaper
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>>1107361
Yeah. They really are nice to look at but yeah, they're useless outdoors. The Kayak looks nice though.
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>>1100832
Cum in my pants thats looks sexy
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>>1103458
Yeah the fab infinity endurance has the I beam baffles or whatever they’re called in the torso. It makes it so no part of the jacket has any less insulation than any other part
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>>1096624
Fewer features*
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>>1099876
This is 90% of their gear. Fjallraven has HORRIBLE markup, but at the ~40% off mark is good shit, imo. It's just poly cotton

And I'm a brand whore for them.
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>>1110730
>TFW broken as fuck
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>>1112648
This. I own more of their clothing than I'm proud of..
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>>1099656
How much does it cost?
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>>1100874
>>1101936
Is the back support good?
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>>1101763
We all do anon...
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>>1105212
Name pls
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>>1110730
Looks nice man, I want one.
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>>1102812
subaru 2.2 should fit in there
i've done plenty of cool shit with my stock 1.9 2wd tho
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>>1113457
osprey atmos AG 65
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>>1100920
there is something seriously iffy about this image, according to them the pocket zippers on their jacket is an area with some of the highest heat retention...

looks like a regular photo doctored to look like a thermal image
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>>1107361
>>1113416

Why kayaks? Not enough people here know a j-stroke or something? Canoes are so much more comfy.
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>>1113891

The quilted jacket isn't even as warm as it says, it's probably getting reflections from the shitty lighting setup in the photograph range. The only part that looks like normal heat distribution on the quilted is near the neck.

more likely a poorly calibrated thermal shot, is all.
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>>1114055
Open water
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>>1096624
KITANICA MARK IV
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>>1111331
I c wat u did thar
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>>1103151
Best watch
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>>1098342
which Gshock is that, 5600?

planning to buy one and 5600 seems to be the army choice of army champions
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>>1107348
ma nword
fuck chrome
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>>1110730
shitty ui, i like suunto's monochrome
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Insurance is giving my 6500 for a replacement vehicle, will this pull a trailer with a zero turn mower?
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>>1096812
like she would survive /out/
>>1104033
and you would both die

need a good hardy woman and her Subaru
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>>1115353
>she
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>>1114055
This I'd take a Canoe over a Kayak any day.
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>>1115362
agreed, I can fit almost as much shit in my canoe as I can in my car and the fucking rock for getting into the back country with obscene amounts of gear that you could not take hiking.

a buddy just got back from a 70 day canoe trip
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>>1114055

Gottagofast.
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>>1096812
Tfw no Amazon gf
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>>1096624
Mostly,sexy womens makes my dick hard but here is this:AK 47 kalashnikov
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>>1115769
That's not even a fucking AK47 you queer.
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battery lasts me two weeks, seldomly use the gps to get coordinates and never have used the trail thingy. i'll probably use it though on my civilian hikes. the compass is nice too
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>>1115798
Is it issued in the army?
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>>1110737
Everything military that is sold to civilians is overpriced.
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>>1115371
>70 day canoe trip
Where at?
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>>1115934
across a good chunk of canada
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>>1101825
I have a timex that I got for like $40 at Kohls and it's held up super well and does what it needs to. No gps, no battery that needs charging, or anything fancy though.
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>>1113455
Looks good to me, but i don't own one yet.

maybe the other anon knows more
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>>1096672
Which one is that?
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>>1105212
I have this pack. It's extremely comfortable if a bit heavy. I'm looking to upgrade to a SWD Xpac pack after 3 years of heavy use. Can't beat the warranty on an Osprey though
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The jacket and pants are so sexy just can't justify getting the set since they're like 340€ for the pants and 300€ for the jacket.
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>>1117624
bradford guardian 3
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>>1110642
I picked one up. Fuck it’s awesome I love it. Going to do the stalker challenge and bring it innawoods
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>>1114083
>jacket doesn't extend below hip
Opinion discarded
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>>1117643
Thanks. Purchasing now
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>>1117636
unless you need the worker requirement this look kinda similar
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>Mammut Eiger Extreme Goretex Pro suit
Will set you back $2000
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>>1117664

Good man. It'll last you your entire life. What fuel you running? I'm burning regular unleaded petrol at the moment.
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>>1117849
BELIEVE IT!!!!!!!
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>>1117849
>you will never pick up French sluts in a Chamonix bar while wearing this after a long day of ice climbing
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>>1117820
>>1117849

This will get you laid
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>>1117820
Nah man the pants are cut resistant against chainsaws.
>>1118194
Oh yeah nothing gets the bitches wet like a disgusting pair of trousers that are brown from resin and smell like pine pitch.
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>>1118203
>Oh yeah nothing gets the bitches wet like a disgusting pair of trousers that are brown from resin and smell like pine pitch.
I know you're trying to be sarcastic, but this is literally true
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>>1118203
>Implying a half decent looking, blue color, manly man does not make cunts wet
Sure it's not like driving a bimmer but they still be mirin, mate.
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>>1117820
Damn do they not ship to the United States?
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>>1118214
Well going for coffee in the morning we definitely get looks i just haven't quite figured out what they mean.
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>>1117820
If i were going for outdoor trousers i'd definitely go with Pfanner gladiators for 170€
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>>1110642
>>1117664
>>1117969
Can we get a full review? Planning to grab one of these.
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>>1118863
Makes things hot, makes loud whoosh noise while doing it.

10/10 would recommend
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>>1096757
you can do better anon. really narrow baffle width and low fill weight to total weight ratio. Also lack of hood. And as much as I like MHWs products their logo is god awful, and its prominent on that jacket. Borah can make you a custom down jacket for about 200 dollars that will be far superior to the MHW one.

also check out Enlightened Equipment Torrid (not a shill, I actually dont even have one but this a lust thread). About the same weight as the Ghoast Whisper but its hooded so its an OZ heavier. Also its synthetic so if it gets wet it will dry quickly, and it will also be warmer when wet than a GW. Also the Enlightened Equipment is US made so if youre from the states your supporting US labor and a small business
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>>1118863
>>1118867 is quite spot on. I have the universal, mainly used with gas (canister) and with gas (car-gas) in winter. Never let me down, always works flawlessly. This is how your gear should behave - always dependable, you shouldn't even have to doubt it.
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toyota super cup retro aka posti meme bike
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>ar7 pistols (forgot the name)
>22 zip guns
both are useless but CUTE and look fun even if they jam every 2 shots at best , i guess it makes you faster at unjamming other guns so that's not so bad
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>>1114083
I have never seen anyone pull off the jacket. It looks like it'd look good on some anime-framed cute b o i but all the pics iv seen make it look baggy as fuck even on average sized people.
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>>1115333
Id avoid the Canyon or whatever GMC calls its version. My friend works for my city who bought a TON as fleets, and decided to sell them off a few years later(well before they'd be due for replacement) because they had such horrible gas economy and prone to having lots of expensive minor repairs.
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>>1115798
see i dont get that... If the battery life was 2 MONTHS, i could understand paying so much for a watch with those extra features, but you paid an obscene amount for it, AND the battery life is shit.

Thats why i love my Mi Band 2. I dont use the extra shit, the battery lasts ~3 months, and it was cheap. Theres no GPS on it(offloads that to the phone) but if i needed a dedicated GPS watch id go with a foretrex running AAAs. Sealed watches with li-poly will be junk in 24-36 months no matter how much you baby them since the cells are always in a state of decay... So yeah, use it now, since that option isnt gonna be there in 2 years.(my foretrex 401, which cost me $80, will be ready for use whenever i drop some AAA's in)




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