For the past couple of days ive been going back and reading a lot of the threads on this here section of this great site pretty closely. One thing i have noticed is that LOTS of you guys have your bug out bags prepped and ready to go, but i didn't see any threads about what clothes people would bring. Clothes dont weigh that much, and in my opinion can be some of the best survival tools, so i figured why not start something and give anyone who wants to contribute/read some good ideas? Me personally, I would only take a few items of clothing as to not weigh myself down too much, but make sure they were important and useful enough to warrant taking along. Number one for me would be a pair of carhartt overalls and one extra pair of carharrt jeans (preferrably brown) they are very durable, warm in winter, have lots of pockets for keeping ammo or other supplies, and the double knee can be ripped out and possibly used to start a fire if nothing else is available. A good medium weight jacket and a thick long sleeve flanel are also on my list. Again they are both durable and tough, enough to keep warm in the winter, and they do not restrict movement too much or weigh you down when wearing them. Think hunting/scouting type scenario. A nice thick pair of long johns and maybe 2-3 pairs of wool socks are a must for me as well. The last items in my "BOC" pack if you will, are a thick plain t-shirt for warmer weather, some sort of baseball cap and a pair of heavy shoes/boots. Personally i like georgia boot romeos, very tough and still VERY comfotable. So how bout it? Who has anything to add to this or has a list of their own? Looking forward to hearing all of yalls ideas!