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Charcloth & Tinder

A key component for many fire making methods, charcloth and tinder are the bridge between a spark and a flame.
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We stock only the best in Charcloth & Tinder so you can rest assured knowing you're COEC Equipped.
EOG Baddest Bee Fire Fuses
EOG Baddest Bee Fire FusesEOG Baddest Bee Fire Fuses are 100% organic bee's wax and olive oil based cotton tinder torches that act as an initial combustion source when making fires - especially useful in breezy or inclement weather. Lasting several minutes, Baddest Bee Fire Fuses can be lit with lighters, matches, a firesteel, or even a flint and steel.
Firestix Bark & Spruce Resin Tinder
Firestix Bark & Spruce Resin TinderFirestix firestarters are hand picked, and fully produced in northern Saskatchewan by several First Nations communities. This all natural mix of bark and resin provides a long lasting tinder that not only works great, but smells amazing! Made in Canada.
Char Cloth Kit
Char Cloth KitChar cloth makes great tinder for firepistons, flint and steels, and general fire lighting. But what do you do when you run out of char cloth? Make more char cloth of course!
EOG "Weatherproof" 3-Peice Bellowing KitThe EOG "Weatherproof" 3-Piece Bellowing Kit is comprised of three items: EOG's Baddest Bee fire fuses (8 pieces), an EZ Ignite firesteel, and EOG's Pocket Bellows. The fire fuses and firesteel provides the user with the means to start a fire in windy/rainy/inclement weather, and then by using the Pocket Bellows, the ability to quickly ramp up flames even with wet or punky wood.
Char Cord / Char Rope
Char Cord / Char RopeChar cord (like char cloth) is used to catch a spark, and begin the combustion sequence - furthered by adding tinder to the lit char cord. The advantage of using cord (as opposed to cloth), is that the ember smoulders both hotter, and more slowly, thereby using the fuel material more efficiently.

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