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  1. I've spent a lot of time getting wet in the countryside whilst wearing army issue polycotton trousers, and they dry out super fast. Never had any trouble being wet or damp in them. On the other hand it took me a fair few trips of being cold, chafed, and uncomfortable, before i ditched the cotton boxers. For some reason i the connection eluded me.

  2. cotton is barely even ok for any sort of BOB synthetics are fantastic for a 72 hour bag but become an issue if you are forced to stay out there for a long period of time and you need to hunt and that is because they are loud when you move. wool is amazing, it is quick to dry and even when it is wet it is warm but it is quiet so it is the best of both worlds.

  3. i believe cotton drys fast.. not slow? i believe that's why it is a bad choice, it dries really fast, conducting a lot of cooling and not holding any warmth

  4. I live in central Florida. I am 67-year-old, have one leg and use a bicycle not a car for ~20 years. As a back up for your truck, I suggest a "Cannondale Adventure I" or "Trek Verve 3" with Iberia heavy duty back rack and 2 Trek large grocery panniers. Presta tubes, carry 4 extra tubes, 2 CO2 inflators, 2 yellow Predo tire irons. I have done over 30 miles several times and believe that I could do 50 miles. A normal athletic man can do 100 miles in a day. I use a Specialized Centro LED fluorescent green helmet with my yellow rain hood which has drawstrings so I could fill my raincoat with newspapers or leaves. My Fenix PD35 flashlight is also a strobe weapon with a lanyard which holds my spare key. My main key and frog survival whistle are on a Mac key can because I refuse to kill a panicked young person who might get saved in later life.

  5. One of the few things that I got overly focused on was the fact that on date night you go looking for wool sweaters XD

  6. I vacuum packed basically everything in my bug out bag, water no issue, saves space, stops you ‘just borrowing’ and won’t deteriorate as quickly! Just my 2 pence

  7. I also suggest frog toggs for raingear. I have a set for not only myself but my wife and son in my boat, truck, bags, and SUV. I use the pro series for fishing and hunting, and I've literally been caught in the middle of a lake during a tornado warning, and I've never been wet from wearing them. Now I do like the hood, mostly because I wear a ball cap daily so I can adjust it as needed

  8. 9 years later and I'm still waiting to see what's in the rest of the bag! part 1 mini bugout, part 2 clothes, part 3 ??? 3>