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  1. #26
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    Floorless tent?

    or here you go, Nalgene collapsible pee bottle


    -if it's clear, you know it's beer

    http://www.bradleyalpinist.com/cart/...roducts_id=212

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    Dude… 1/2 gallon plastic bag, so easy. Get one with the little slidy thing if you're feeling fancy.

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    I'd never seen the Nalgene collapsable before. No hose to worry about either, which is nice. I think that is the winner.

    Floorless tent is my preference. I've already cut the floor out of one of my winter tents, but not my solo tent.

    Plastic bags - can't sleep with them after filling them, and not so hygenic 'cause you can't seal them up that easy. I used the zipper bags for a while.

    /overthinking pisser pussy.
    Life is not lift served.

  4. #29
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    Quote Originally Posted by neck beard View Post
    I don't want bottles tied to the outside.
    that's a plus for pee bottles. especially if you wander to your death taking a dump, sober.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeathVan View Post

    -if it's clear, you know it's beer

    http://www.bradleyalpinist.com/cart/...roducts_id=212
    Getting better and better. Good to see there are other great minds out there. From the webpage:

    The Nalgene Canteen (or Alpinist pee bottle) features a multilayered material offering stiffness and strength for stand-up capability, yet is soft and flexible to be folded or rolled. ...... Excellent for saving space when bottle is empty, and when properly labeled, makes a perfect PEE BOTTLE for those very cold nights or tent confinement. Volume: 48oz.
    Life is not lift served.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeathVan View Post
    Floorless tent?

    or here you go, Nalgene collapsible pee bottle

    Just glanced at REI's website for reviews and alot of people had leakage issues. Perhaps the same product by Platypus is a better option.

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    Leakage? Pussy.

    (bummer)

    Platypus don't have a hose-less wide mouth.

    They have this, and the hose is removable, which is ok, but the hose attachment nozzle looks like a piss trap to me.

    http://www.cascadedesigns.com/platyp...zip-sl/product
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  8. #33
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    just go hardcore:catheter

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    Quote Originally Posted by neck beard View Post
    Leakage? Pussy.

    (bummer)

    Platypus don't have a hose-less wide mouth.
    A leaky water bottle is one thing but a leaky piss bottle is a whole new set of issues. Didn't realize platypus doesn't make a wide mouth version.

    I guess I'll be sticking with my trusty ol' gatorade bottle (although collapsible would be pretty nice).

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    How about an MRS dromedary bag? http://www.cascadedesigns.com/msr/wa...y-bags/product. The only negative that the smallest size is a 2 liter.

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    I found and full piss bottle in an old haul bag. Has to be from years ago. It was some rad looking whizz.

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    Walmart has cheap bladders, but you ain't sleeping next to me with a walmart bag full o piss

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    Quote Originally Posted by XXX-er View Post
    sometimes I'm stuck in a kayak for 7-8 hrs so I need a pee jar

    the key is not mix up your pee far with your water bottle

    i still think the op is overthinking

    wrap some tape around the pee jar so you can tell which is which by feel.
    In search of the elusive artic powder weasel ...

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    Click image for larger version. 

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    Done & done

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    Cask wine bladder. Double walled. Plenty of capacity. Full of wine up, piss on the down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnwriter View Post
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    Done & done
    hmmm, I heard somewhere, not sure where, that it leaked. Can't remember where I read it...
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    You use a pee bottle? You use a tent? Get a bivy with the zip on the same side as your sleeping bag, camp on snow or sand, roll over in the night and let it flow. Unless you're a girl.

  18. #43
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    Quote Originally Posted by BCMountainHound View Post
    Cask
    Japan makes good plane blades; he could just make a cask. Carry his urine around his neck for penitence like some acid dream st. bernard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XXX-er View Post
    sometimes I'm stuck in a kayak for 7-8 hrs so I need a pee jar
    Not a fan of the golden rainbow? Or why not just piss in the bailer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grubbers View Post
    Not a fan of the golden rainbow? Or why not just piss in the bailer?
    seconded. The dribbles on the river shorts are just a little worse than my every day wizz wearing jeans

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    My BCA Stash pack came with a bladder that has a fully open top, like a dry bag. Open up to fill, folds over and locks solid. Never leaked a drop.

    No removable hose, but I'm sure a creative trip to the hardware store could fix that.

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    Unnecessary bump, but put me in the large ziploc bag camp...typically I toss it just outside the tent door to deal with in the morning...

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    I've been using nalgene wide mouth canteens fur that and they are great. That's them in the picture on top of the page.

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