Spoilt little otter wants new stuff

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19/11/2004 at 13:21
I want a new duvet jacket, I want some new gaiters and I want some new salopettes/over trousers (maybe).
Just wondered if any of you know of any good stuff going cheap anywhere at the mo'.
19/11/2004 at 13:23
19/11/2004 at 13:41
No, really.
19/11/2004 at 13:48
only on ebay....

where you can also buy....

19/11/2004 at 13:49
What are you trying to imply? ;-)
19/11/2004 at 13:58
well it is a bit nippy out
19/11/2004 at 15:59
The glow in the dark Bananaguards are good, especially in the dark.

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19/11/2004 at 16:13
Yes, mine arrived yesterday and the cat is very inpressed with it!
19/11/2004 at 16:20
I'm currently in a cafe next door to the huge Cotswold store in London. Send over your credit card details..... ;-)
19/11/2004 at 18:04
I want a new big sack for over nighters and I know just where to buy one cheap.
19/11/2004 at 18:18
Cant decide on a down jacket or a Buffalo shirt

decisions decisions
19/11/2004 at 18:22
Down Jacket Frank, mines so lovley and the modern shell keeps the down all dry and snuggley.
19/11/2004 at 18:27
Primaloft duvet:

- not as susceptible to moisture as the fill doesn't collapse as badly when wet
- won't leak insulation if damaged; uses matted insulation
- doesn't require through-stitching, so no cold spots
- garment life for a climbing jacket is determined by the durability of the face fabric, so the shorter life of synthetic fills not as important as with a sleeping bag
- easier to care for
- compresses almost as well as down
- snuggly like down
- cheaper
19/11/2004 at 18:29
Nothing is as snuggly as down.
20/11/2004 at 09:40
What makes do you suggest Cap'n
20/11/2004 at 09:55
Although the reason I mentioned Buffalo /Mardale is because I basically want something that can hide in my sac and be used as an extra layer to keep me warm when I stop on the top of hills for lunch etc
but I have heard that buffalo doesn't pack down all that well
20/11/2004 at 15:34
The sleeping bags are huge
20/11/2004 at 16:43
If only I hadn't spent £20 on BananaGuards...and £200 to get the cat's teeth sorted out.
20/11/2004 at 17:01
Well If you do use it as a bottle opener
20/11/2004 at 17:03
yeah - he was useful for that, now he's got no front teeth he just runs around with his tongue hanging out, dribbling. Useful for licking stamps though....
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