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Scramble's G-Mod 38 Ultralight Solo Tarp - Final Release

Scramble's G-Mod 38 Ultralight Solo Tarp - Final Release

Scramble's G-Mod 38 The G-Mod 38 is a minimalist, ultralight tarp designed to be setup quickly in harsh conditions with minimal fuss. Targeted specifically at bivvy, hooped bivvy and UL tent users, [...] Read more

Introducing Scramble DAT

Introducing Scramble DAT

What is "Scramble DAT"? Scramble DAT is a "brochure" version of Scramble, designed to allow new visitors to quickly preview the contents of the main site. It replaces our "micro blog" on tumblr. As [...] Read more

Scramble's G-Mod 35D Ultralight Solo Tarp - Development Release

Scramble's G-Mod 35D Ultralight Solo Tarp - Development Release

Scramble's G-Mod 35D The G-Mod 35 is a minimalist, ultralight tarp designed to be setup quickly in harsh conditions with minimal fuss. Targeted specifically at bivvy, hooped bivvy and UL tent users, [...] Read more

Why A Modular Tent?

Why A Modular Tent?

Gimme Shelter: Reasons To Go Modular, Parts 1, 2, 3 This is a companion post to all of our shelter reviews, which follow the rationale outlined below. Products Covered Product (Type) Review Macpac [...] Read more

Scramble's UL Windshield (Windscreen) for the Kovea Spider

Scramble's UL Windshield (Windscreen) for the Kovea Spider

Datasheet Materials: TC4 Titanium Sheet (0.1mm) 100% Dimensions (packed flat) 8.0 x 30cm x 0.3cm Weight 25g Scramble's Price on SYSTEM £14.50 Available on SYSTEM Scramble's Spider Ultralight Titanium [...] Read more

Notes On Walking Boots

Notes On Walking Boots

Preface If you spend your whole time walking along designated paths, then there may not be too much of relevance in this article. If however, you have a more "as the crow flies" approach to distance [...] Read more

Social Media & Keeping Up With Scramble

Social Media & Keeping Up With Scramble

We're not big fans of social media in general, as it has long been established, that in the forms of Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, it's really a mass carnival of corporate data-mining and [...] Read more

Current Recommended Kit

Current Recommended Kit

Table of Contents Clothing Baselayers ("next-to-skin" active layers incl. t-shirts) Active Outer Layers that double as mid-layers in colder conditions Insulated Outer Layers (light and midweight [...] Read more


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