Friday, 02 May 2014 16:41

Berghaus Arete 35 Reviewed

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The Berghaus Arete 35 is a real mixed bag, sporting the design of a climbing pack and ice axe loops with a back system more suited for less srenous and extended activities. As a hillwaking or trekking pack it's stylish, affordable and very capable. As a scrambling pack it's got…
Friday, 02 May 2014 16:30

Mountain Hardwear Fluid 26 Reviewed

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Overall View Surprisingly spacious for its 26 litre capacity and with a beautifully functional volume adjustment system that helps keep loads stable. The Mountain Hardwear Fluid 26 is one of the most organised daysacks around with its multiple compartments and pockets. With it's great looks, stability and volume adjustment it's…
Friday, 02 May 2014 16:27

Vaude Brenta 30 Reviewed

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Overall View Reasonably priced and feature packed the Brenta 30 has the capacity to carry a full weekend's kit in comfort thanks to its easy adjust suspension and pockets that expand to double their size. Not the lightest day/weekend sack but it's not the most expensive either. Real World Test…
Friday, 02 May 2014 16:22

Eagle Creek Rincon 90

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Eagle Creek may be a new name to many but to anyone who's travelled to the USA it's probably a familiar brand, where its built up a good reputation for quality construction and design. Not surprisingly, therefore, the first thing to strike you about the Rincon 90 is the build…
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