Eastern Active Technologies

2:38 p.m. on August 23, 2010 (EDT)
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Eastern Active Technologies

Where Your Last Mile Is Your Lightest Mile

Welcome to Eastern Active Technologies where your last mile is your lightest mile. EAT has been North America's leading manufacturer of consumable outdoor gear and equipment since 1999.

Our consumable backpacks, sleeping bags and tarps have been carried over thousands of miles and over countless mountains by our happy (and well fed) customers.

Our products are made possible by our proprietary sugar, starch, rice and meat based materials and your appetite.

Imagine watching your camping buddies unpacking their huge backpacks and setting up their intricate (and heavy) shelters while you recline in luxury, secure in the knowledge that you'll be carrying about sixteen ounces less tomorrow. And another pound per day after that.

Our high end products are definitely not for everyone. Whiners need not apply. Those willing to put in the effort and discipline needed to take advantage of the super-ultra-ultra-lightweight approach we pioneered will see the benefits immediately. Those not willing to "suck it up" might want to leave right now, and spend your hard earned money at The North Face or Feathered Friends. If you consider yourself "hard-core" though, check out our product line via the links at the left (note we recommend use all of our products in conjunction to get proper and balanced nutrition).

http://www.ediblegear.com/

Example:
SnackPackTM. Made of the same high tech GummiSkin as our tarps, the SnackPack is tough yet toothsome, strong yet sweet.

You'll definitely have to be careful not to bite off more than you can chew; make sure you have enough sack left to carry your uneaten gear back home. In fact, we make the SnackPack in an extra large version for just that reason. It's made to reduce in size as you're reducing your load so you finish it up the last night out. Eat the rest of your CaliforniaRoll and SnackSack for breakfast, and carry the lightest load of all to the trailhead. You might want to save a strap or two to chew on while in motion, but it'll be hard to resist just gobbling it all. Offered in four delicious flavors and two practical sizes.

SnackPack IVolume: 2800 cubic in. Weight: 17 oz. Material: GummiSkin Flavors: Blueberry
Mango
Passion Fruit
Spice
SnackPack IIVolume: 3500 cubic in. Weight: 24 oz. Material: GummiSkin Flavors: Blueberry
Mango
Passion Fruit
Spice

Funny website !!! :)

3:22 p.m. on August 23, 2010 (EDT)
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Mmmmm mango

5:23 p.m. on August 23, 2010 (EDT)
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Did you go to the site and see all the incredible edible gear? Someone had a lot of time on their hands to create this whole site. At the bottom of the main page it say this site is still under contruction. I discovered the site by accident about 10 years ago and its always said that.

http://www.ediblegear.com/

6:07 p.m. on August 23, 2010 (EDT)
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Just ordered a mango and blueberry pack, can't wait to get it!

(yea...no)

I noticed the under construction, that's kinda funny it's been like that for 10 years.

What's even funnier is if anyone has actually ever bought anything from them.

6:09 p.m. on August 23, 2010 (EDT)
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I would be uber pissed when I discovered that the shelter mice ate half of my pack and my sleeping pad, haha.

At least in your sleeping bag you would make a nice burritto for the bears.

8:27 p.m. on August 23, 2010 (EDT)
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I think the website designers have been making use of the alternate application of the Stove Fuel, brand name AlkyHaul. 180 proof grain alcohol, and comes in flavors of Cognac, Brandy, Anisette, and Tequila. It is distilled from organic corn (under the light of the shining moon?)

The Tee-Shirt (100% cotton) "soaks up water like a sponge and stays wet for days ...[which means] means one less NalgeneĀ® bottle in our book".

8:57 p.m. on August 23, 2010 (EDT)
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All that hard website work and no Google Adsense?

Maybe they were worried maintenance would eat up the profit.

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