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Phil Parker
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Winter kit

Postby Phil Parker » Sun Jan 18, 2009 5:29 pm

It’s been a harsh old winter so far, cold, wet and icy. And being a bit of a "wimpy southerner" I am glad I've had these to keep we warm.
All are being sold on ebay from various sellers, the Peacock handwarmer, the Montane extreme jacket, Muddies turf wellington boots, and the Jetboil stove.
Check them out, I've given them all a good testing and they've all been more than good.

I have also bought some not so good stuff as well, but they will get passed on as gifts etc.. I hope my old mum liked the ill fitting size 12 German Para boots she got for Christmas. :gr8:



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Re: Winter kit

Postby Chastiser » Sun Jan 18, 2009 8:24 pm

i definitly second the reccomendation re the jetboil. had ours for a while now, and wouldnt be without it. as close to an instant hot drink as you are gonna get with a stove. :gr8:

although apparently, some need to buy a fire extinguisher or dog guard to go with theirs :lol:

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Re: Winter kit

Postby PJ_ » Sun Jan 18, 2009 8:41 pm

A FWDC Fleece :lol:
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Im looking at jetboil's on ebay also :gr8:


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Re: Winter kit

Postby MuddyMachine » Sun Jan 18, 2009 8:48 pm

Jet boil, I like the idea. They should be called Jack boil though :lol:



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Re: Winter kit

Postby sprkelly » Sat Sep 18, 2010 6:12 pm

jet boils are amazing i take mine on every exersize, was very very welcome when it snowed and was -10 a few years ago and i was out for a week.


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Re: Winter kit

Postby Phil Parker » Sat Sep 18, 2010 7:33 pm

Soon be time to get the winter kit out, anyone else using any good kit?
One of my dogs chewed the zips off the jacket last winter, my fault :( but the wellies are top kit and I'm on my 2nd pair of turfs, the Jet boil is great and still going 8)




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