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Sam from LOTR is the ultimate /out/doorsman. Discuss
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Who makes good boots for /out/? I searched the catalog and found anons just saying to put poop on your feet and steel toe construction boots
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Hey there, /Out/ I was hoping I could get some help/advice on purchasing a pair of boots for my friend. He has a very specific criteria and I am finding it difficult to keyword so I hoped I could find some help here! He wants; -waterproof -breathable -quiet -steel toed -black -suitable for work and hiking I should mention his current pair of boots were about 300$ and I can't exactly meet that price range, but still wish to purchase something suitable up to about 200$. (I am a tad nervous of him judging based on expense) Would any of you guys happen to have any recommendations? Thanks in advance, you're truly helping me out. Pic related, Metro 9" WP SZ Safety, the boots I'm currently leaning towards.
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Hey /out/. Anybody know of a website where I can order some good socks for trekking? When I say good socks for trekking I mean socks that let my feet breath, since I have a tendency to get very warm/sweaty feet. I've been recommended bamboo socks, but I've only been able to find Ecco's own socks, and they're hopping expensive. Cheers.
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Hey /out/doorsmen, have you ever experienced anything 2spoopy innawoods that can't be explained by paranoia and a lack of knowledge on local fauna? /x/ seems to be convinced that a walk in the local park will result in a skinwalker sighting, so I thought I would ask somebody who spends lots of time in the great outdoors.
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ITT: UTAH I am going to be out West for a couple weeks and will be hitting Utah for approximately one week towards the end of this month. I am an experienced backpacker and have solo'd VT and NH on the Appalachian Trail and some more moderate stuff in Colorado. [Goes without saying I am proficient in all facets of clean camp, water purification, packing and have top shelf equipment] My fitness is not terrible, but not great right now, so that is a factor. I can suck it up pretty well but I am not sure if I'm looking for any quad-busting, lung-shredding 5k ft+-'s or anything. Basically, I'm looking for draw dropping scenery, moderate or minimal ups-and-downs, reasonably reliable water sources, etc. I like remoteness, but also am not looking to get Aron Ralstoned or anything, as I'll be alone. Any thoughts? Pic not really related; Molas Pass 2010

Unknown Mushrooms

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Hey all. I recently took up mushroom hunting and have been trying to identify the local caps that I can find. So far I think I have found the 'lawn mowers mushroom'. From the spore print and characteristic features of the cap, gill and stem I have come to this conclusion. However, I would like to verify this with someone who knows what they are actually doing! Thanks for your help!
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/out/, how do I become rainproof? I wanted to spend the day outside but it started pouring rain and it doesn't look like it's going to let up. Is there gear I can get that could make sure my shoes, socks, pants and backpack don't get soaked?
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/k/ here, Why are you all dickless hippies who hate the idea of bringing a gun while /out/? P.S. /k/ is making fun of you right now.
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so I live in Indiana and I want to spend a couple days in some woods. just straight survival. I will bring water and food but only use as last resort. possibly bring a tent. I have plenty of knowledge and instinct to last out there. two possibly three people. so what I ask you friends out there, where can I go where it is legal to camp (I'm on probation) that is very secluded and unpopulated. and if possible a place where I can use my .22 rifle

Out Infographic/Sticky Suggestions

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Dear Mods and Users, I would like to use this thread to propose some additional information be added to the Sticky. At the very least we should compile a list of topics for which to create infographics. I feel that it would reduce redundant threads, improve the browsing experience for novice /out/doorsmen, and generally make the board a better and more accommodating place. I'm sure that /out/ would happily create infographics to assist newfriends with the following "basic" information. Topics like: >babby's first hiking boots >layering and clothing >fire starting 101 >how to sharpen a knife >map & compass navigation >emergency signaling What other topics does the board thing are important to add? At the very least we could whip up a set of infographics over the next couple of weeks... in a perfect world they would be added to the sticky!
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What's your method of washing clothes innawoods? Well for starters I only bring synthetics, which are light, pack small, and dry quickly. I fill a 10L drybag halfway full with water, put a few drops of Dawn inside, put in soiled clothes and roll up the bag with some air inside and shake for 10 minutes or so, then dump out the dirty water, wring out moisture from clothes, and rinse, and wring again. Hang from hammock until dry. wondering your techniques are, so I can possibly improve on my own method.

Nathional Forests/Parks General

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I'm going to be working in the Hiawatha National Forest in Michigan's Upper peninsula. Is anyone familiar with this forest? I'm looking for some suggestions on cool places to check out while I'm there. also, subject.
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tfw no qt3.14 who puts on the lard and onions while i gut her a buck
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Do any of you guys live in the Bay Area? I'm looking for some spots to go hiking, specifically in Santa Cruz. Please share any trails you enjoy
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