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    Hehe everything there looks like its got a lot of stories to tell. Even the soap.
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    Trying to avoid brand names, gear is the basis for trips in all climates, and, some things are inseparable so I consider them as one bit of kit:

    1. Rucksack
    2. Canyon bag (waterproof)
    3. One man tent/ground sheet
    4. Down sleeping bag/mat
    5. Goretex mountain jacket
    6. Billy/matches
    7. Knife/spoon
    8. Waterbag
    9. First aid kit
    10. Shellite or metho stove
    Thank Goodness For Australian Hardwoods!

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    Most Used Item's of Kit


    A few essential's that form the basic platform of my "Most Used Items" they're a constant in my Kit Bag for Day Walks , other Items are added such as a First Aid Kit etc but this is typical of what's in my day bag

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    Quote Originally Posted by srb View Post

    A few essential's that form the basic platform of my "Most Used Items" they're a constant in my Kit Bag for Day Walks , other Items are added such as a First Aid Kit etc but this is typical of what's in my day bag
    Is that pouch attached to the knife sheath?


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    Quote Originally Posted by MongooseDownUnder View Post
    Is that pouch attached to the knife sheath?


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    Yes it certainly is , the Knife & Kit pictured is the Extrema Ratio SELVANS the ONTOS also has a similar Knife/Pouch carry system , sometimes I just carry that alone you're able to pack them out with all sorts of goodies it's nice to have a variety of Lightweight Option's!

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    Here's a pic of both version's mate!

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    Zebra pots are great

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    Got a brand new zebra pot still in the box never used. I took it out of the box once decided I didnít like it, has been in the box ever since! LOL


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