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I'm going to be spending a lot of this winter living in my car. I have a full time job and net about $1600/month. Rent starts around $900/month here for a 1 bedroom (utilities not included). Even if it were somehow possible to micro-manage and squeeze my paycheck right down to the last drop to come out even, I simply will not pay more than $600/month (gas and water included) for rent.

Winter around here averages around 10-20 freedom units, but occasionally drops as low as -10f. What clothing can I obtain for cheap that will allow me to sleep in my car at these temps without developing frostbite?
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/sdg/ - SCUBA Diving General

!!9LJfNud3i9k No.1914691 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Previous thread: >>1824459

SCUBA = Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus

Share your most memorable dives here, good and bad.
Post pictures, videos, and memes.
Brag about certs, experience, and achievements.
Discuss/recommend equipment, techniques, and otherwise share your love for diving in general,
Divers of all levels welcome, as well as people thinking about diving.

Feel free to contribute to it either directly or indirectly through the thread.
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No.1908607 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Have you taken the barefoot pill yet /out/?
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No.1940142 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Its over folks, 34 million people will be made Americans, there family will join them. Our population will skyrocket towards 400 million, and the silence and beauty of nature will require longer and longer travel to get to. And once there you will not be alone.
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No.1910475 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
>tfw you smell a group of female hikers
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No.1915902 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Post /out/ gear everyone should own.
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Backpack thread.

No.1939374 ViewReplyOriginalReport
post your new packs, old packs, tips for modifications and just small stuff you want others to know.
I'm looking into getting a new bag for my trips, I typically go for 3 days at the most, very rarely ever more than 5. I'm looking into getting something for around $200-$300, with a capacity of around 35-40 liters. I'm not a massive fan of rucks and prefer packs with pouches built in. I'm between three packs
Maxpedition Gyrfalcon
>seems to be fairly good from what ive seen, but I don't see many people that actually talk about it, good or bad.
Eberlestock F53
>bigger than I need and looks very military esque which isn't something I'm a big fan of. but I know this is a reputable, trusted manufacturer
mystery ranch coulee 40
>esssentially a ruck, im only including it because being tri zip fixes one of the problems I have with ruck designs. also from a company I know makes good products.
Any other suggestions are welcome. Thanks sc/out/s
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No.1936306 ViewReplyOriginalReport
You don't need a foldable chair, you don't need kneepads, you don't need a rug for sitting on
All you need is the third world squat aka the slav squat to keep your bum dry out in the woods
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No.1912222 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
oh no no no no how will conifer fags ever recover

this meme was made by lush deciduous gang.
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I am looking for a wool blanket to accompany my down sleeping bag on very cold backpacking trips and general cool weather tarp camping. I cant seem to find any decent 100% wool blankets though as it seems the military surplus market has dried the fuck up. Italian military blankets seem to be a unicorn now and days. Any recommendations? I have also been looking at Pendleton throw blankets as a last resort.
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