They hold up really well. I wear them when I skate, and they hold up really well.
Sometimes, they can be hard to find in smaller sizes though in the store for whatever reason. so if you were a 28 or a 30, you will have more luck ordering online...at least that's my experience
It was downtown Pittsburgh. I was tired as hell and after walking AT LEAST 13 miles, I came across this nice running/bike path along the river, and there I found a kayak rental place. Stole a tarp and layed it down in the middle of the bike path. Got in my sleeping bag and fell asleep haha
Anyone else on here in high school? Specifically Homeschool? I feel like not having to worry about all that school and law shit would be a lot easier for me to go out and travel, but I don't know?...I'm just sorta talking to myself becuase I don't have friends to discuss random shit with. Oh...
I have a Molle II fieldpack. It's pretty big (because of the frame) so it's not super optimal for train hopping, but it works its not like you can't train hop with it, and it will last you forever. And mine was only $45.
thank you so much! I will keep that all in mind when I look for a van. Hmm I am pretty handy (and so if my boyfriend, whose traveling with me), but now I worry if we do get a VW and fix it up, it will break down or something and we will go broke trying to fix it. So I will have to keep that in mind.
So my original plan was to just hop trains and hitch rides, which is good and all, but I started thinking about maybe taking a van instead.
So I have a few questions..
Van reccomendations? (I was thinking like either a service van or an old VW bus. I want to rip the seats out and put in a bed...
I have a sleeping bag I think it goes down to somewhere between 20 and 0 degrees (I got it from goodwill and could never figure out the temp rating so I just kept sleeping outside with it on really cold nights, hasn' failed me yet). I have a hammock and an 8x10 tarp
hey guys. So I'm headed for the slabs this December over Christmas break. I've been doing research and all just trying to prepare the best I can. For all of you that have been there if you have any important things to know or any advice, let me know. This will be my first time heading out west!
Hey I feel for ya. I am sort of in the same boat as far as wanting to get out of here, but can't until I finish high school. I am a senior, though, so my time is coming to a close a lot sooner than yours. My advice: stick it out. High school can be a a bitch, but it's manageable. Running away at...
I recently poked myself. It's on my arm, says 'es lebe die Freiheit'....which means long live freedom in German. I plan on getting a tent by my ankle next. maybe a mountain range on my ribs and then the flipper logo on my thigh. just some ideas