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Critter Hampton

Critter Style Pack Cover

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When I'm in the back country I have my own personal method of travel. Critter style. It's a cross between what humans call "ultralight backpacking" and "survivalism". The mainstream name for it will probably be survivalpacking. In the truest since of the phrase "critter style" means no sleeping bag, no pad, and no tent. I frequently sleep on piles of debris, wearing only the proper clothes, and sometimes under natural shelter, but, I usually use a tiny tarp. I don't do any of this for money or sponsors or anything.

 

Critter style can also mean stuff like this critter style pack cover.

 

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