Showing posts with label outdoor. Show all posts
Showing posts with label outdoor. Show all posts

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Bound in the Woods

I managed to talk Peter into doing another outdoor bondage scene now that there's some snow on the ground and he's a bit more comfortable with tying someone up outside now that he's done it a couple of times.  That said we still played it relatively safe by only brining leather cuffs, hand cuffs, zip ties, and ratchet straps along for the ride.  We agreed that I'd gear up a pair of bib-style snow pants and my Mountain Hardwear Sub Zero SL which actually left me pretty warm for the duration of the scene.

Peter found a couple of trees that he wanted to truss me between so he attached a pair of leather cuffs to my wrists and connected them to some zip ties wrapped around the tree which made for a good warm up.


Next Peter and I spotted a tree in a clearing on its lonesome which we thought would be perfect for me to be tied up against on my knees and ratchet strapped against.  Peter also decided to take this opportunity to unzip my gear and expose me to the -9°C outdoors while tied up against the tree.








On the way out we spotted a few good trees for a mummification, something to keep in mind for Peter's next visit to Canada as long as weather permits.

Friday, June 21, 2013

Backwoods Bondage

It's summer which means hot dry weather, swimming, camping, bugs, and a total lack of winter gear.  Peter and I planned a trip out into the Canadian wilderness and canoed onto a small secluded island on Georgian Bay where Peter made sure to keep me safely secured in a life jacket for the duration of the trip, he wouldn't want to risk me drowning at all.  And to keep me extra protected he made sure to handcuff me to a nice secure tree overlooking the water for any passerby's to see.





But as much fun as Peter had keeping me bound to a tree as an effective ant and mosquito bait with ratchet straps I still had too much freedom for his liking.  As such he turned to a large roll of saran wrap to mummify me to a tree suspended from the ground and left to simmer in the sun.













Once Peter cut me down we decided to take a break and took a swim in the cold water, again I was kept in my life jacket however afterward as a welcome present I was allowed to dry off and put the PFD on the clothes line to dry.  Of course Peter had something else in mind for me when he revealed the Columbia Alaskan Down Jacket and a roll of duct tape.  My freedom was short lived as I spent the duration of the afternoon taped to a tree, sweating in the afternoon sun.







It's been ages since I've had the chance to post any outdoor bondage so I hope you enjoyed.  I just wish I wasn't so sore after the long canoe ride out into the backwoods and from all the bondage, but it was still worth it.

Friday, April 29, 2011

Layering up in the woods

I don't get many opportunities to meet up with other local guys into down gear, come to think of it I've only actually met up with one other guy who shares this fetish for winter gear with me. Suffice to say I was happy to meet up with a fellow Downclub member for a face to fact chat and to gear up in the woods one Saturday afternoon.

Since most of his gear was a great deal larger than mine, starting in the XXL range, the whole 'trying on each others gear' was mostly a one sided event, he made an attempt at fitting into my North Face Himalayan but wasn't even close to getting the zipper closed. It wasn't much easier for me though, to even remotely fit into a XXL jacket I had to be well layered in gear already... which lead to me standing around in a Mountain Hardwear Sub Zero SL, North Face Himalayan, and three North Face Nuptse jackets. Snug as a bug!

Strangely enough when I tried on the XXL Baltoro it didn't seem nearly as huge, though I was still wearing the Himalayan on underneath to pad it out. Additionally I found it a bit bizarre that his Baltoro had a removable fur trim on the hood and was only a 600-fill, it's so hard to keep track of some of the different jacket variations that existed over the years.

Was a fun afternoon at anyrate.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Snowy gear photos

It's that time of year again where it's cold enough and snowy enough to shoot some photos of my gear where it doesn't look extremely out of place, and unlike last year we actually have snow! I figured that since I already posted a bunch of shots of me in the Mountain Hardwear Sub Zero SL, Columbia Alaskan Down Jacket, Canada Goose Ontario, North Face Nuptse, and Marmot Guide Down Sweater I'd focus on my newer purchases this time around.

A couple of days after a large snow storm passed through the area I made time to take some photos in the woods (I'd have gone earlier but by the time I finish work in the evenings it's already dark) of the North Face Himalayan and the North Face Baltoro.

Since the Baltoro is a larger size then the Himalayan I was even able to layer the jackets over top of each other for some extra puffy photos.

Switching back and forth between the Himalayan and the Baltoro and then layering them both built up quite a sweat. So here's a bonus photo of me kicking back in my snow-bib and a t-shirt. It clearly wasn't as cold as I had thought it would be.


A few days later the thaw started to kick in with warmer temperatures and a big melt. I figured if I was going to get shots of the Nau Down Hoodie or the Marmot Greenland in the snow, I'd have to do it now.

Of course when it came time to take photos of the Marmot Greenland I noticed my flash wasn't firing anymore. As it turns out the batteries were near dead so I was forced to change my camera settings and hope for the best, thanks to a bit of clever post-processing I don't think you can even tell.