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Please help if you have experience with wool!

I recently purchased a wool shirt that I love. But itís pretty itchy. I think the last owner probably washed it like a regular shirt resulting in the dry fibers. Everything online said to soak in cold water and gently rehydrate with conditioner or special wool conditioner. The issue is that the shirt has a few leather suede panels and says to only dry clean it. What should I do that will soften the wool without ruining the leather Is it ok to soak and condition despite the leather Please help. ...


Can any one tell what brand tent stick this is? I found it while camping and I have newer seen anything this light.

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What type of jacket do I need?

I'm looking for something in de Dutch fall/winter, has to be water resistant, stop wind and insulate a bit but can be worn with layers. Most importantly it has to vent very well as I will be using it for getting around by bike/hiking and general wear. I'm leaning towards a good soft shell because I have a Hardshell from the north face, it protects against the rain but it just doesn't vent a lot so I get sweaty fast. submitted by /u/Vivinski [link] [comments]...


Whatís the purpose of outer layer? (3 in 1 jacket)

Hi, I have a 3 in 1 winter jacket which has a down inner layer and a wind proof and waterproof outer layer (shell). Really great for winter because itís warm, breathable and protect you from anything. I know the inner layer can be used if there is no chance of rain or snow when itís becoming cold, but Iím not sure if the utility of the shell alone. Because the shell is made to perfectly fit with the inner down jacket, itís just too large and lightweight to use alone. I was thinking to use the sh...


Sawyer Mini vs Lifestraw

I know it has been asked many times across the forums, so if you are looking for a portable water filter, look at Sawyer Mini before Lifestraw. It has a longer life and is more versatile to use. And though it might be slightly costlier than the Lifestraw, it has a cheaper running cost because of the longer life. Sawyer Mini Vs Lifestraw submitted by /u/crick2000 [link] [comments]...


Anyone know the brand of these boots?

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SKU-8979ffhoji14zz-4frnt-skis 4FRNT Hoji Skis from Altrec  sku

4FRNT Hoji Skis - 8979ffhoji14zz-4frnt-skis by 4FRNT

Item description: This Hiking Skis product is by 4FRNT - Late one night, I went back to the office where Eric remained busy crafting a narrower shape out of the same camber forms as the Renegade. I arrived just in time, music blaring with smoke in the air, with Eric fitting the edges shortly after mixing the pot of resin. I did as he asked, with each swipe of resin and with every layer of fiberglass we pieced together the ski he had been dreaming of for weeks. "Based off of the performance qualities developed, tested and proven by the Renegade, the HOJI incorporates Reflect Tech, matching the rocker profile with the sidecut radius. This gives the HOJI an unparalleled powder carving sensation that I have yet to experience on any other ski (except for the Renegade of course . With a 112mm waist it is designed to also be a versatile ski in firmer snow conditions for ski touring. I am extremely excited about the HOJI and I will have them on my feet for a good portion of the season." Signature series Art: Eric Hjorleifson Semi: Semi-cap partially wraps the topsheet around the sidewall for additional durability-cap construction Hi-Lite core Sintered base Full-wrap edge Groomers: 7 Powder: 12 Park: 3 Halfpipe: 2 All mountain: 10 Tip/ Tail Taper: The neutral sidecut length at the tip and tails' widest dimension Asymmetrical: A directional shape gives the ski a more consistent feel Reverse Camber: A full radius along the length of the ski gives the ski maximum float, and nimble turning Big Mountain: These skis will get you down the steepest, tightest and most exposed lines out there Reflect Tech: Reflect Technology was dreamed up by the mind of Eric Hjorleifson as a way to make rocker and side-cut work together... Learn More

Manufacturer: 4FRNT

Keywords: Skis

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