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china's deep dodo

CHINA IS IN DEEP AND I MEAN VERY DEEP DODOThe first article I saw on the internet this morning. The second article was sent to me the other day and I read an article by Ayn Rand and she spoke of Spain being a very successful country in the 1700’s because they were making and exporting things. [...]

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worth the read

WORKER RIGHTS IN ASIA, THERE ARE NONE!!!Jerry, you might be interested in this Outside article that describes the chaos (for lack of a better word) of the outdoor industries Asian supply chain:https://www.outsideonline.com/2405448/outdoor-gear-factory-abuse-labor-practicesReceived this link to the outside magazine online article. It is lengthy but very informative about what is happening with production in the outdoor industry. There is a contradiction between [...]

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more reasons to wear Wiggy's

SNOWMOBILING CLOTHINGWiggy-I have had a chance to wear some of your gear snowmobiling for a dozen trips or so and just wanted to give you some thoughts. All of my sledding has been in the mountains of southwest Montana at 6,000-9,000'Here is what I typically wear:Fishnets top and bottom with the 2nd layer mesh. Liner Jacket with a Supplex vest. [...]

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buying a winter parka that works

RESPONSE TO YESTERDAYS ARTICLEWiggy,I just want to say thank you for what you do. I have been in the US Army at FT Bragg is the 90’s I am still active duty. The problem with the military, is they have shiny object syndrome. Meaning whatever looks cool must be cool and work as advertised. I spent 90% of my career [...]

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Thoughts About the Military

Issue #3 (Published March 1996) I am enjoying reading these old newsletters that I have not seen for years. Wiggy's 3rd Newsletter - Click to enlarge They bring to my attention where I received some of the information that I put in the articles. The Military I have not heard one word for the IG at Marine Corps System Command, [...]

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welcome the world of shams

National Geographic Exposé Slams Colin O’Brady Antarctic ‘Crossing’By Jeff Moag | February 14, 2020Professional triathlete-turned-adventurer Colin O’Brady captured the public’s imagination in 2018 when he skied solo across 932 miles of Antarctica in 54 days and beat a rival explorer to the prize he immodestly termed The Impossible First. A little more than a year later, his book of the same [...]

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two new items mentioned

TWO TESTIMONIALS OF PRODUCTS RARELY MENTIONEDThe Slumber Bag: Durable and ComfortableWe have four of these sleeping bags and they have held up well after years of use. The rectangular "Slumber Bag" is a simple and comfortable sleeping bag or blanket. The zippers are large and heavy duty which makes them easy to zip and unzip without snags or difficulty. [...]

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A USERS HISTORY WITH WIGGY'S

A HISTORY LESSON FIRSTJerry...regarding the Sweater...My first sweater of the sleeping bag taffeta nylon was purchased in 1998...once I started wearing it, I stopped wearing everything else... The style was exactly like the original military Bomber Jacket which is what I wore all through high school and college in the 1960s and 70s... but a LOT warmer.For Christmas 1999 [...]

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but first an observation

M LlllOk here is how it really works. Modern Goretex laminates are best for sedentary activities like fishing because it cannot allow water vaper to escape fast enough to keep up with your body’s perspiration during more strenuous activities. So, no the rain didn't go through your Goretex, you're soaking wet because your sweating faster [...]

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camping with friends

CAMPING WITH FRIENDSAs in previous email I sent about going back out for another 10 days doing primitive camp I just returned. Warm temps for 2 days then near freezing for 5 days the Ultimate sleeping bag gave me the greatest comfort and warmth. Once again, several men brought their wool blankets and the constant complaining about them never getting a [...]

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