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Survival clothing reviews and survival clothing for extreme environments, boots, hats, wool gloves, wool sweaters, coats, pants, wool socks, and other accessories.

Review: Garmont® 9.81 Track GTX may be good choice for rugged trails

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One thing you don’t want to scrimp on are your hiking boots. These Garmont® 9.81 Track GTX may be what you are looking for in a trail runner or light hiking shoe.

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Best water shoe review: Merrell Capra

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Here’s a solid shoe designed for the canoeist, kayaker or anyone who does a lot of water activities, and who might need to portage.

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The Dechstein 100 percent wool mittens, sweater and socks are durable, effective choices for cold weather wear.

Five reasons to try wool socks for summer hiking comfort

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It may seem counter intuitive, but the best socks for hot summer hiking may be wool.

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Five wool clothing tips to keep you from itching

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Can’t wear wool because it makes you itch? Here are some things to consider before you give up on the natural fiber.

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BioScarf, winter hat

BioScarf™ provides air filtration with warmth and protection

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Think a scarf is just a fashion accessory? Most probably are. But when the Shinola Hits The Fan, this BioScarf™ might also be a survival tool

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Five tips for keeping your feet warm in cold weather

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If you’re outside in cold weather, your feet may get cold. These tips may help them stay warm.

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Wool fedora: Is this the best outdoor hat?

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Being a balding guy, I need the protection a good hat offers. But not just any head covering will do. Here why a felt fedora may be the best choice for you.

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Stuff that works | Five reasons to get a wool, pullover sweater for wilderness survival

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The Vikings, Scandinavians, Celts and Northern Europeans got it right when it came to staying warm. They relied heavily on wool and you should consider it for part of your winter wear.

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Make camo work better: Eliminate laundry soap brighteners for deer hunting success

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Does your camouflage design work? Well, the soap your clothing is washed in may ruin the concealment value. Here’s one way to solve that problem.

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How to choose the best wool pants for winter comfort, camping and survival

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One of the first winter camping items you should get is wool pants. Here is how to pick the ones that will suit your needs best.

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