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…
Osprey have launched an updated version of their Ariel Women’s Rucksack in 55l and 65l. The reason for creating a women-specific rucksack seems pretty obvious – and we like Osprey for ticking all the right fit boxes! Women, in general, have slimmer shoulders and waists and wider hips, as well…
Wednesday, 30 April 2014 21:18

New Osprey’s Xena packs for women

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My first backpacking rucksack some 20 years ago was a Berghaus Women’s rucksack. I can remember being very surprised to be offered this option in the shop because most of my outdoor kit at that point was “scaled down” bloke’s jackets, boots and trousers. I don’t think there was a…
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