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Taking A Stand When Nature Calls

Rich Landers, SR Outdoors blog writer, posts: The females in my family have never had a problem squatting in the woods to relieve themselves — this video seems to suggest it's a problem for some outdoorswomen. But the Pee Pocket device the video promotes has real value in outdoor applications. For instance, by being able to stand a pee like a man, a woman can urinate more easily into a bottle in a tent, for instance, so the urine can be disposed of in an outhouse or away from camp the next morning.  This would be a big advantage in a storm or when in grizzly country  — or for simply keeping pesky deer away from camp that are otherwise lured by the salt. More here.

Question: Is this the type of device that you might be interested in?




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