Non-ironically looking for suggestions of a gift for my /out/ bf. What is something useful and cool you'd like to get gifted? Main /out/ activity is hiking together, but I suppose something related to general self-reliance would be good too.If it's something I can make instead of buy that's even better.Please help this girl out
>>2227529WTF is that picture?
>>2227529National Park 1 year pass
>>2227556This is actually a pretty fucking sweet ideaI would love to get this one >>2227542 Do you ever get tired of being the no fun police ?
Have sex in a tent, faggot
Never buy anyone anything relating to their hobby, especially if you yourself don't know that much of the said activity and their current needs/wants. You're going to either get him some useless junk or something he already has.
>>2227628This is also very good advice.'I know you like camo so I got you this shitty woodland knock off from walmart'
REI GIFTCARD YA DUMB HO
>>2227628This is sorta good advice desu. Perhaps get him something that can lead to fun activities like the park pass anon said, or maybe a gift card to his preferred /out/ store, but definitely stay away from gifting gear.
wow, this thread is a wreck. I'm sorry for that.>>2227556Not in the US :(>>2227628I know as much as they about it and also know what they own, simply suffer from indecisiveness and try to avoid aforementioned useless junk. But thank you, otherwise sensible advice.
>>2227639wtf, does "T B H" get changed to desu now? lmao
>>2227628this anon gets it.No point in buying gear unless the it was something they were already thinking about/could not afford/already hinted at. But since you're asking us, that's probably not the case>>2227556this is good, since it opens up a lot of opportunities. Specific gear doesn't open up opportunities. >>2227642>wow, this thread is a wreck. I'm sorry for that.well you could have asked in the QTDDTOT like a sensible person
>>2227529You can never have too many knifes. Just nothing too big or he'll keep "forgetting" it at home. If you want to spend a bit more cash, then make sure the steel is nice, so it doesn't get dull after sharpening up a single stick. A cheaper option is a nice pocket knife with extra tools if he doesn't have one yet.Travel food you buy in stores is never as good as something made yourself - do you think you could make some beef jerky for him? Homemade granola bars and hardtack are also cool.
>>2227529i would personally like to receive a good quality knife or sockscan never have too many knives and socks
>>2227740>Does not hurt anything>Kills 100+ post conversations with good information>information gets thrown into archive and dies>five people ask the same question because one thread wasnt allowed to just existyou probably love inflation, toomore money means more wealth, right
>>2227744No thread here gets deleted unless it's not bumped for days.That means it's cycle has ended.If you a place where threads last forever, you are on the wrong board.The whole purpose of 4chan seems to have escaped you
>>2227747>wants /out/ threads to die at /b/ rates>if you expect them to last a week, you are on the wrong boardI don't think so.
>>2227628There is some stuff everybody needs. If you know what somebody has it should be possible. You can also listen and usually at some point, if there is something it will be mentioned. If it’s cheap stuff, than it won’t be useful at least, if he isn’t extremely skillful. At which point he probably doesn’t really need gear in the first place. If it’s something expensive just get gift it together with somebody else, if it’s too much otherwise.Good fire steel or knifes (even if some here will disagree good small/small medium sized knifes are available for 80 euro/100 dollar). High quality paracord is something you always need and use up. If he has no good compass that would be a nice too have. They come at about 80 euro too. Good boots, jacket/trousers or underwear will probably need him to be involved. Books on the plant identification are also something to look into. If you have and want to spend the money it could even be a course for you and him. Or simply just a trip somewhere.
>>2227753>if you expect them to last a week, you are on the wrong boardYes, this is correct
>>2227550Your worst nightmare.
>>2227643I wanted to ask that question months ago but at this point was too embarrassed to ask.
>>2227529>another faggot psyop thread
>>2228246OP clearly stated he is a girl How can that be gay?
>>2228267Fat DC hands typed this postWalk more, preferably in conifer forests>>2227529Buy him a good knife or something
>>2227529>>2228294Make a sheath for his knife
>>2227564>does something wrong>gets corrected>waaaaaaaaaaaaLadies and gentlmen, a woman.
>>2228340>doing jannies job
>>2228352>why are you doing jannies job>wtf why did this board get so shitJannies job is to be a trannyOurs is to not royally fuck the board
>>2227529A nice cup, a kuksa, like a kupilka , generally I find that simple everyday items make the best gifts
>>2228354>implying this board isn't alreadycry more
Buy him a $65 Buck knife and give him a blowjob if you want that ring honey.
>>2227529Two cheap+ sharp knifes, some wood, learn how to carve a mushroom then show him how
>>2228371He got BTFO>>2228370DC poster is that you
>>2227550Some kind of dildo.
>>2228440Its a navajo dildo They are big on the rez
>>2227643Roody-poo jannies been doing it forever
>>2228847Fuck off you candyass-got
>>2227550That would appear to be a cactus flail.
>>2227529If he knows what he's doing, you can't go wrong with a good knife. Mora (frost) sells the blades separately, at around 15 bucks for a laminated steel blade, so you could put a grip on there with carvings, scrimshaw or whatever you can do artwise.
Get the pocket bellows. It's cheap, easy, and super fucking useful. Total game changer for making camp fires.
Some of the posts ITT seem like they were deleted at random.Very odd
>>2227529The only reasonable option is the tactical spear
>>2227529>girlNOT ON MY WATCH
>>2229478She gots a boyfriend dumbass
>>22275295 year supply of pic related
>>2228327This is an excellent idea.
>>2228327My wife is a sheath for my dick.
>>2228361kupilkas are based
>there's moomin kupilkasgoodbye wallet
>>2229610/guys that brag about banging their wife Good lord thats cringe man , getting married is giving up
>>2229198This is giving me ideas for D&D
>>2227529My personal general rule for gifting people is to NEVER gift them something related to their primary interests.They know more than you on the topic. Chances are very high that you'll purchase something stupid and they'll have to be polite and smile and lie through their teeth about liking it.
You can get these nice nesting gaiwan tea sets with snug carrying cases. I have one for longer day hikes in the autumn and I really love it. Bring hot water in a thermos or heat it up with a small stove. Might be a nice gift if your bf likes loose leaf tea, is an aesthete, or generally likes comfy shit.
>>2227529Pants, whether its a nice set of jeans, baggy goretek hiking pants or crazy durable canvas cargo pants will always go appreciated in the outdoors.
>>2230405that's clever. I like it!
>>2227529leather pouches in different sizes like these: https://leatherunltd.com/collections/leather-craft-kits/products/make-your-own-drawstring-leather-pouch-diy-drawstring-leather-bag-kitthey are great for many things like a firestarter kit or hygiene kit or for collecting different stuff when you're /out/ like wild herbs and what not.I don't know if that's his style, but if it is, then they would be great.
>>2227529Get several /out/ approved books that he doesn’t have, or books he has showed interest in Personal recommendations > The Omnivores Dillema If he’s interested in health, self sufficiency, how the food system works etc, it’s a great book. It’s like food politics/philosophy >The transcendentalist collection Contains several eco philosophy books such as Walden, Nature, Self Reliance
>>2227529as an /out/ist i can tell you, he wants your pussy, but half way up a mountain, with you begging him to take you like a wild animal.>>2227628this^ my ex once bought me the shittest saw i have ever seen in my life.t. woodworker>>2229276this looks rad. lots of good suggestions. personally, if we're going down the material possessions path, I'd like a good quality and light axe.>>2229304wait i change my mind, i want the above.
>>2233170>with you begging him to take youHow is this hot?A woman should never seem to eager . Way hotter that she does what she is told and enjoys it when she is trying to to Your sexuality is bland as fuck anonI blame your normie porn intake
>>2227529Buy a Dick’s sporting goods or Cabela’s gift card. It’s very possible you will buy him something he doesn’t like so make him decide what he wants. Just be sure it’s at least $50, these places can be expensive.
>>2229613They also make a soup bowl
>>2233220no assumption that any anon has ever made about me has ever been correct.captcha: ssssx
>>2227550a nine-tailed cactus
>>2233254You are vanilla. You might not think so , but you are
>>2233279no assumption that any anon has ever made about me has ever been correct.
>>2233433You have asserted that twice now.You are incorrect I bet people all day long make assumptions about you that are totally correct.I bet I could tell who you voted for in the last elections just by looking at a few photos of you You are predictable
>>2227529What's your budget? Get him something like the snow peak titanium spork and cup for something cheap and infinitely useful.
>>2229613>kupilkasThey seem so goddam useless to me. Why do people buy them?
>>2227529Take an interest, Find an out activity you think might be fun and book an outing with him
>>2233511you are schizophrenic
>>2227628This, a 100%. Get him a gift card, OP.This is what I ask to my family at every anniversary and Christmas: just a Decathlon gift card. Nothing else.