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Backpack hiking poles loops

I suspect the part you've shown is specific to one manufacturer, but direct equivalents might exist. However they'd be hard to find. Here are a couple of similar systems I've seen. This one is from a ...
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Sleeping solo in a double sleeping bag

Sleeping solo in a sleeping bag that's too big can be a miserable experience provided the night is cold enough to be marginal for the temperature rating. My family still carries the vivid memories of ...
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Cooked meat/chicken when hiking

Unfortunately, pre-cooking your chicken or steak and storing it in a Ziploc bag for 2-3 days on a hike is not a safe practice. Even though the meat is cooked initially, there are several key factors ...
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Backpacking with incontinence

Use incontinence underwear, and wash it daily. This means carrying 2-3 pairs. Also urinate frequently to keep the volume in the underwear down. None of this is fun, but better than being stuck ...
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What can I feed my dogs on a week-long hike?

Try these options to reduce volume: Dehydrated Dog Food: Lightweight and compact. Just add water at camp. Freeze-Dried Meals: Nutrient-dense and easy to carry. Dog Energy Bars: High-calorie and ...
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What's the best way to store/carry olive oil for hiking?

There are multiple manufacturers that sell olive oil packets (think single-use tear pouches similar to a ketchup or condiment packet), generally containing around 10mL (0.34 fl oz). I haven't ...
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