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Camping clothes

Postby Dodgy_Dave » Thu Jul 15, 2010 7:22 pm

Is it just me or do you have a particular item of clothing that you wear just for when you go camping? :lol:

My camping outfit usually is a pair of shoes that are studded for extra grip on loose dirt and mud, I like to wear some old work King Gee cargo pants which has a perfect sized pocket for a knife, In summer I like my Jackaroo long sleeve shirt that is water resistant and has good ventilation and of course my camo camping cap.

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Re: Camping clothes

Postby Titch » Thu Jul 15, 2010 7:26 pm

I always carry a pair of overalls when camping,lots of pockets and an extra set of covering in winter.
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Re: Camping clothes

Postby GypsyLady » Thu Jul 15, 2010 8:50 pm

I don't have one particular set of clothes but do have a number of clothes set aside for camping only.....shorts, shirts, trackies, jeans, sandles, joggers, wellies etc.

When I return home they all get washed and set aside ready for the next camp.
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Re: Camping clothes

Postby Chicky Babe » Thu Jul 15, 2010 11:35 pm

Jeans, flanny shirts, t-shirts, hiking boots, gummies, fav hat, fav jacket, fav hoodie!!

Lots of pockets for fav torch, pocket knife etc.

pretty basic really, take other stuff as a precaution but rarely wear them.

Do the same thing for sailing, always pack the same stuff for that type of leisure. Different hat though and
no pockets cause you always end up dropping something in the ocean :***
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Re: Camping clothes

Postby xmasbaby67 » Fri Jul 16, 2010 11:02 am

Not really.... only in winter I take my daggie trackkie,big wool coat and my uggy slippers cause they have a hard sole on them. They not only keep my feet warm but are easy to slip on and off when going in and out of the CT.

Kids have the uggy slippers too from Go Lo only $10 so if they get really muddy I just put the slippers in the washing machine so they are ready to go next time.
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