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Tuesday, 18 July 2017 09:53

Nigor Iphis M Tarp tested and reviewed

Tarps come in all shapes and sizes, and that's not just when they're set-up! Nigor's Iphis tarp looks a bit different with its almost rectangular shape but curved edges and bold dynema reinforced panels but it's the attention to detail and feel of quality that sets it aside from the rest.

Sitting by the pool doesn’t cut it anymore for holidaying Brits as new research from Visit Jersey reveals Britain is a nation of adventurer seekers.

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The Camelback Ultra Pro Vest is Salomon's latest minimalist offer, offering a litre of liquid storage with a total of 5 pockets for essentials.

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