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Best 4 Season Gas Stove

Best 4 Season Gas Stove

Kovea's Spider Remote Canister Stove Preface Kovea are a Korean company that specialise in manufacturing outdoor equipment and are predominantly known for their stoves, but they aren't nearly as well [...] Read more

Sleeping Bag 3: Best 4 Season (Sub Zero) Bag and Extreme Outer

Sleeping Bag 3: Best 4 Season (Sub Zero) Bag and Extreme Outer

Carinthia's Defence 4 Sleeping Bag Preface The following assumes the use of a tent or hooped bivvy (hammock and or tarp / non-hooped bivvy users will need to decide whether such a system may benefit [...] Read more

Best Modular 30 Litre to 70 Litre Pack

Best Modular 30 Litre to 70 Litre Pack

Karrimor SF's Predator 30 MOLLE Pack Preface: "Karrimor SF" is NOT "Karrimor" As always, we're looking at the Karrimor SF Predator 30 from the point of view of long distance trekking over tough [...] Read more

Best Solo Cooking Pot (900ml)

Best Solo Cooking Pot (900ml)

Alpkit's MytiPot 900 Titanium Cooking Pot Preface As always, we're looking at the Alpkit MytiPot 900 from the point of view of long distance trekking over tough terrain. Test subject: n/a Kit Tests: [...] Read more

Best ~4 Litre Belt Bag (MOLLE Pouch)

Best ~4 Litre Belt Bag (MOLLE Pouch)

Templar Assault Systems' MOLLE Belt Bag Preface As always, we're looking at the TAS MOLLE Belt Bag from the point of view of long distance trekking over tough terrain. Test subject: Chest 42", Waist [...] Read more

Best ~20 Litre Pack

Best ~20 Litre Pack

Blue Ice's Dragonfly 18L Packable Backpack Preface A newer version of the Dragonfly was released in 2017. We prefer the original design under review here. Apart from looking nicer, the original has a [...] Read more

Sleeping Bag 1: Best ~450g 1 Season and Inner

Sleeping Bag 1: Best ~450g 1 Season and Inner

Alpkit's Cloud Cover Preface The following assumes the use of a tent or hooped bivvy (hammock and or tarp / non-hooped bivvy users will need to decide whether such a system may benefit them). A great [...] Read more


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