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    Default Some stuff ive been working on

    Some stuff ive been working on over the past couple of months, the factory has been really quite so i am trying to get into other markets, and even better because my intrest is bushcraft and canoeing, so it makes a change from manufacturing workwear

    tipi 12 oz ripstop pollycotton canvas proofed,



    Tarps





    Bushcraft knee pad trousers




    Ventile smocks


    Monster canoe tarp (full length of canoe so you can sleep in it i did 6 days sleeping in mine on loch lomond)


    Bell tent







    And much more

    Thanks for looking Sorryt ive just read the rules so this might be ib the wrong place
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    I'm guessing this will end up as a Dealer's Offer. PM sent.
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    Looks like some interesting looking kit (not that I am into bushcraft or wild camping)

    What size is the Monster Tarp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yorkshire Canoe View Post
    Looks like some interesting looking kit (not that I am into bushcraft or wild camping)

    What size is the Monster Tarp?

    Cheers Graeme

    3 X 3 AND 3 X 4.5, And made to order any size

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    Looking good, I think I have seen some of your work of on Bcuk. Tipi looks pretty robust, Like the tarp, smock in other colours?

    Will be interesting to see prices if you do get round to a dealer offer?

    Good luck

    DanDan

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    Very interesting stuff; I like the look of the tarps and the bell tent, especially as you are local!

    Go on, answer the big question - how much??

    Graham

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrahamC View Post
    Very interesting stuff; I like the look of the tarps and the bell tent, especially as you are local!

    Go on, answer the big question - how much??

    Graham
    Ive not costed the bell tent up yet, the tipi is around the 500 mark without a pole, tarps 3 x 3 56 and the 3 x 4.5 66 we made the tarps because we was quite and to give the girls some work.

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    Hi what material are the trousers made out of? could you do them in Ventile (single or double? With knee pads these would be great for expedition open boating!

    and what prices? and flavours would be on offer?

    Regards.

    Alan L.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juno2 View Post
    Hi what material are the trousers made out of? could you do them in Ventile (single or double? With knee pads these would be great for expedition open boating!

    and what prices? and flavours would be on offer?

    Regards.

    Alan L.

    The ones in the pic are pollycotton with anti slash balistic nylon knees,

    but ye we can make them in ventile for about 80 plus post @ 5

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    like the look of the smock,can you tell what sizes you are going to do in inches please as small ,medium and large have such a different meaning for differant makers of clothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warthog View Post
    like the look of the smock,can you tell what sizes you are going to do in inches please as small ,medium and large have such a different meaning for differant makers of clothing.
    S=36/38" M=40/42" L=44/46" XL-48/50" XXL=52/54"

    Hope this helps
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    another 5 inches on the chest or will this be a special make any prices yet?
    how long are the jackets?

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    Looking good Andy

    I had no idea you were banging out so much gear thesedays.

    Get a website setup and you could be retiring in 12 months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andywink View Post
    The ones in the pic are pollycotton with anti slash balistic nylon knees,

    but ye we can make them in ventile for about 80 plus post @ 5

    Cheers Andy
    hello

    Just wondering

    Can you make the Trousers in Black? and do you do any cheaper than 80?

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe.ford View Post
    hello

    Just wondering

    Can you make the Trousers in Black? and do you do any cheaper than 80?

    Joe
    I think 80 was refering to if you want them in ventile (anything ventile, hanky, socks pants cost at least 80)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanDan View Post
    I think 80 was refering to if you want them in ventile (anything ventile, hanky, socks pants cost at least 80)
    How about just normal cotton? I'm just trying to find trousers that fit nicely. I can find trousers with the right waist, but the legs are way too short.
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    Default Business enquiry

    Hi,

    Interested in your products, Do you make many tipis/tarps. Maybe interested in selling these items and doing buisiness.

    Thanks

    Julian
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    Quote Originally Posted by juliantudorwilliams
    Hi,

    Interested in your products, Do you make many tipis/tarps. Maybe interested in selling these items and doing buisiness.

    Thanks

    Julian
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    Like the tipi defo a market here for them I bought mine from Norway , I know others would like one are you still making them. Mike

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    Like the tipi are you still making them

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    Hi,
    Can you tell me how much the smocks are please?
    Cheers
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    Ha! Andywink has'nt visited this forum since 11th-August-2009 !!

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    Ha,
    I did not spot that.

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