ILBE assault pack detail

ILBE Assault Pack Review

After a full year of using the ILBE assault pack both in urban environments and outdoors, I discuss its advantages and disadvantages.

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British Army Basha Review

A complete review and feature display of the British Army Basha, no doubt the best tarp you can get for $50, made of nylon and awesomeness.

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Things to Do While Camping: The Ultimate Guide

Going camping is a great chance to disconnect from the digital world and try some things you always wanted to do but never thought you had the time to.

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German Army Flecktarn Gloves Review

My review of the German army’s combat flecktarn gloves, definitely the cheapest tough and warm outdoor gloves you can buy. Strongly suggested.

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Winter Camping in the night

How to have a perfect sleep when winter camping

Nothing can spoil a winter camping trip more than feeling cold while sleeping. Learn how to get warm and stay warm when you sleep outdoors in the winter!

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ILBE Assault Pack Mods

Improve the ILBE assault pack with a few mods and turn it into a true camping pack with an MSS carrier, trekking pole attachments and some useful pouches!

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green soap

DIY Biodegradable Soap, Shampoo and Detergent

A DIY biodegradable soap that has a million uses in the house or outdoors. Perfect for camping, hiking and backpacking.

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The Ultimate EDC Kit for Normal People

Have you noticed that most EDC kits include knives, guns or crap items that are either illegal in 99% of the civilized world or really unnecessary for normal, sane people? Maybe you just need to be prepared for minor uncomfortable situations and not disasters, zombie apocalypses, or mass shootings. Maybe it’s not about preparation at all, […]

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Beginning Bushcraft: Equipment

Ah, to feel young again. I will bet that when you first heard about bushcraft, something woke up inside of you. We all read those books as kids with the shelter diagrams and instructions, then we completely forgot about them. Until we reached our thirties (or worse) and we decided it’s time to fulfill a […]

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Open Source Geocaching Trackables

Today, I had my first geocaching experience (which was a bit of a failure, but still had a lot of fun). Doing some research, I realized that trackables supported and recognized by the official geocaching.com website and affiliated applications, have to be purchased from the Groundspeak, Inc (the company behind geocaching.com) shop. Now, as a […]

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