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If you were head to toe in camo, I bet no one saw you!
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Sergeant: private smith, I did not see you in camouflage training this morning.
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Bargeman that is a lot of digging in horrendous conditions, I 'd call it "power digging"!
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Easylife wrote: ↑
Sun Jan 21, 2018 3:59 pm
Steve_T wrote: ↑
Sun Jan 21, 2018 3:46 pm
Its a shame the weather was so bad for all there, waterproofs if 100% effective stopping it coming in make you sweat inside them, and expensive breathable ones........don't like using them for anything like detecting in mud.
A diving suit like this would be ideal for days like today
But those boots would drive the detector crazy.
You can get cheaper Regatta breathable gear from the auction site, or
ski pants from Lidl.
Good call 'Easylife' - These are a great buy at less than £20 and they have zipped lower legs for easy 'donning'. Warm as toast - all day long!
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