An ultralightweight gear video

Discussion in 'Kit Lists' started by Jmws, Oct 25, 2017.

  1. Enzo

    Enzo Thru Hiker

    I used to use one of those for weekenders too, only downside for me is where to put your water bottles. My wife uses and likes the 35l, a better man than me ( not a challenge! ) to use one thru hiking
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  2. fluffkitten

    fluffkitten Moderator Staff Member

    His water bottles go in his shorts pockets. :eek:
  3. Enzo

    Enzo Thru Hiker

    Pockets on his shorts? Profligate!
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  4. cathyjc

    cathyjc Thru Hiker

    @fluffkitten I was taught in Ozzie land that shorts pockets were specificaly for Tinnies :geek::whistling::D
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  5. fluffkitten

    fluffkitten Moderator Staff Member

    A VB a side, and one in each hand. :D
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  6. FOX160

    FOX160 Thru Hiker

    I would like to see a clip on ultralite gear for the UK
  7. murpharoo

    murpharoo Section Hiker

    The video (what ever the content) is likely have its detractors. Is it for UK summer ? UK winter ? UK 3 Season. UK lowland ? UK Cairngorm plateau ? Weekend or 2 week trip ?
    I've done some videos which contained the kit used on Welsh overnighters and Scottish Highland 5 day trip HERE
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  8. OwenM

    OwenM Section Hiker

    He seemed to have a lot of small grey bags, how does he tell what's in which bag?

    I've never been but I understand the US is a violent place, but does he really need the flick knife tucked into his belt?
  9. FOX160

    FOX160 Thru Hiker

    I put it down to arms and agencies, take away though’s and you certainly have a better environment
    Just a shame the governments here are entrusting Agencies to much.
  10. OwenM

    OwenM Section Hiker

    Clearly a case of two nations divided by a common language.
  11. Ken T.

    Ken T. Section Hiker

    At least a similar language. Pocketknives are shiny. Americans love shiny. You don’t see these types out in the backcountry of the western US much.

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