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comment Emergency measures: sleeping bag not suitable for the current weather
Are you actually able to fall asleep when you're freezing cold?
Jul
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answered Hiking in the Pyrenees late July/early August, what track should I do?
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accepted For fording cold rivers, is there any special clothing (as opposed to makeshift bags or tightly connected raintrousers) to stay dry and warm?
Jul
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comment For fording cold rivers, is there any special clothing (as opposed to makeshift bags or tightly connected raintrousers) to stay dry and warm?
@Sdry See outdoors.stackexchange.com/q/1782/566 :)
Jul
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comment How to get rid of bad smell in hiking boots after they have been soaked?
Welcome to The Great Outdoors! I removed your greeting — no need to greet on this site.
Jul
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revised How to get rid of bad smell in hiking boots after they have been soaked?
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answered How to get rid of bad smell in hiking boots after they have been soaked?
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revised For fording cold rivers, is there any special clothing (as opposed to makeshift bags or tightly connected raintrousers) to stay dry and warm?
explained why STF finds crossing on sandals dangerous
Jul
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comment For fording cold rivers, is there any special clothing (as opposed to makeshift bags or tightly connected raintrousers) to stay dry and warm?
@Steed The (alleged) risk is hypothermia
Jul
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Jul
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revised For fording cold rivers, is there any special clothing (as opposed to makeshift bags or tightly connected raintrousers) to stay dry and warm?
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Jul
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comment For fording cold rivers, is there any special clothing (as opposed to makeshift bags or tightly connected raintrousers) to stay dry and warm?
Aha. I have adapted the question title that I am specifically looking for special clothing, as opposed to makeshift bags.
Jul
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revised For fording cold rivers, is there any special clothing (as opposed to makeshift bags or tightly connected raintrousers) to stay dry and warm?
adapted title
Jun
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revised For fording cold rivers, is there any special clothing (as opposed to makeshift bags or tightly connected raintrousers) to stay dry and warm?
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Jun
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comment For fording cold rivers, is there any special clothing (as opposed to makeshift bags or tightly connected raintrousers) to stay dry and warm?
I can see your points, but they don't answer my question. Considering that a river is calm enough to ford (which may be only where it spreads to be 200 metre wide), I was specifically asking for something that the cited book calls vädarpåse and it claims is for sale on the market.
Jun
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asked For fording cold rivers, is there any special clothing (as opposed to makeshift bags or tightly connected raintrousers) to stay dry and warm?
Jun
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revised Where can I find current information on shelters in the Swedish mountains?
+tag sweden
Jun
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revised Overview of free and open huts in Norway outside the system of the official tourist association DNT
+tag norway
Jun
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revised Where can I find current information on shelters in the Swedish mountains?
explain DNT, NOT
Jun
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revised Overview of free and open huts in Norway outside the system of the official tourist association DNT
explained DNT