How To's

  1. SIZING AND HOW IT CAN BE MISLEADING!

    Ever wonder how you gained so much weight?  Or lost weight? Could be where your are shopping.  Seems that the standard sizes for men's pants is all over the map!  You think you are a size 36 and that's what you normally buy but  where do you normally shop?   They're sizing could be wrong.  Why?  Possibly to make you feel...
  2. My Wish List

      Tired of not getting want you want for Christmas? If this year you want to be sure to get what is on your Christmas list then you need to make one! On Militarytour you can shop for what you want and save this to your wish list.  Then you can share that list with as many family and friends as...
  3. HOW TO MEASURE YOURSELF

    Measuring TIPS: • Always get someone else to take your measurements; don't try to measure yourself. • Take your measurements over a single layer of clothing (like a shirt) for a better fit. • Take care that the measuring tape is not too tight when you measure. For best results, the tape should be slack enough to easily rotate around...
  4. EASY STEPS TO SEW ON YOUR BEVO INSIGNIA

    IT'S TIME YOU LEARNT!   1.  Trim the border material about ¼ - ½ inch from the actual insignia. (Warning: Trimming the border off at the edge of the insignia will result in fraying of the patch)   2.  With a warm iron pull the border back and crease along the edge of the insignia. (Warning: Using too hot a...
  5. RELIABLE SURPLUS FOR YOUR KIT

    Blog for Militarytour The benefits of buying surplus Have you ever heard a carpenter say that “you’re only as good as your tools” or that “I can’t work with faulty tools”? This applies to all. For those involved in survival, reenacting or in outdoor life in general unreliable gear can be worse than useless. A multi-tool that breaks, for example, or an inadequately sealed water container could result in terrible consequences. Developing a well-stocked good quality kit is important for outdoor living and for living off the land. Most survivalists and hikers, backpackers and others already know these common sense rules.  For example, medical supplies including assorted bandages, gauze, clean latex gloves, antibacterial measures and so on. Additionally, adequate amounts of healthy food (cold-pressed protein bars, nutrient-rich packaged meals, etc.) plus water, sturdy hiking boots are the basics to survivalists and outdoors enthusiast. Continue reading →

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