Thursday, 01 May 2014 10:59

Vango Hurricane 200 tent reviewed

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Robust, roomy and practical. Three words that sum up the two-man Vango Hurricane 200 tent. And also quite light at 4.2kg. The website said that this tent would take 15 minutes to pitch and even coming cold to the instructions I managed to have the tent up and in good…
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…
Recently, my partner, known as the G-Force, told me that I had too many baselayers. He said my baselayer drawer was ridiculously overflowing and surely I needed to throw a few out. I nearly spat out my mouthful of wine at the suggestion and corrected him, saying I needed more…
When does a walking boot become a causal kick-around boot? Or, when do trainers become walking boots? The answer: When Hi-tec brings out the Sierra Lite Original Women’s (and Men’s) boot. I couldn’t decide if the boot was best suited to popping to the shops, walking the dog on muddy…
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