>>1830724>hiking group not using milsurp
Yeah, of course. Whenever I see larger groups (in other words, only when it's good weather in summer), they're full of boomers with knee-high wool socks, tiny triangular leather bags and sandals.>Anyone who hikes often knows what they’ve seen
Of course. And that's mostly military gear here in europe. milsurp, reproductions and modified version (like the scouts use).
Next after that would be shitty discounter gear, with proper civilian gear a distant last, and almost nonexistant during the week.
Also, are you seriously saying that not SEEING camo gear means it isn't there?>>1830845>I'll take internal frame any day.
Now why do I know that you've never carried more than 10kg...>military gear in non-military situations falls under the popular category of "LARPing."
I really hope you're not wearing Fjällraven pants then. Because, you know, Wearing them outside of sweden is LARPING.
And don't get me started on using a stove outside of the arctics - bcs obviously, not burning wood is larping...
But don't burn wood either, because a campfire is larping...
And don't camp without a fire either unless you're larping as a survivalist, mmkay?