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Best Tent Pegs (For Various Conditions)

Best Tent Pegs (For Various Conditions)

A Tent Peg Arsenal for Almost All Conditions Preface As always, we're looking at this collection of tent pegs (stakes) from the point of view of long distance solo trekking over challenging terrain. [...] Read more

Modular Tent (2. Porch, Quick Shelter): Best UL Solo Tarp

Modular Tent (2. Porch, Quick Shelter): Best UL Solo Tarp

Scramble's G-Mod 35 Ultralight Solo Tarp (+Accessories) Preface To understand how we arrived at the (hooped) bivvy + tarp setup, please read our companion post "Reasons To Go Modular". As always, [...] Read more

Modular Tent (1. Body): Best Hooped Bivvy (Bivi, Bivvi, Bivy, etc)

Modular Tent (1. Body): Best Hooped Bivvy (Bivi, Bivvi, Bivy, etc)

Macpac's Bush Cocoon Preface Firstly, if you spend a good deal of time sitting in and around your tent admiring the view or waiting for the sun to shine (i.e. camping), then this review may not be [...] 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

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

Modular 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

Modular Sleeping Bag 2: Best 1 Season and 3 Season Outer

Modular Sleeping Bag 2: Best 1 Season and 3 Season Outer

Nordisk's Abel +10 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

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

Modular 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


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