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Bryn Layton

Bryn Layton

Friday, 18 August 2017 09:27

Osprey Mutant 38l long term review

First impressions are important but when you're spending around £100 on a 38 litre pack you want to know how it feel 6 months, or a year, later. We gave Bryn the job of putting the Osprey Mutant through a long term test and review to see how it holds up to prolonged use.

Thursday, 20 July 2017 12:43

Amok Segl hammock tested and reviewed

Amok are a relatively new company, dedicated currently to hammock making. This quote from their website pretty much sums up their philosophy well...“Amok Equipment is run by Norwegian outdoor engineers. Exploring nature is in our blood, be it mountains, fjords, boreal forests or the Atlantic ocean.

Mammut's Trion Light 38+ is a dedicated alpine pack designed for climbers, mountaineers and skiers.

Tuesday, 18 April 2017 08:17

Mammut Xeron jacket tested and reviewed

While the big story in insulation over recent years has been the development of hydrophobic down it's far from the only story, synthetic insulation has taken massive strides to keep up (or ahead) and the Mammut Xeron typifies the new breed of synthetics.

Thursday, 02 February 2017 11:44

New 2017 Osprey Talon 22 tested and reviewed

Osprey's legendary multi-discipline Talon 22 has had a bit of a tweal for 2017, building on the reputation of one of the most versatile small capacity packs on the market.

The Haglofs Vertigo II is the company's latest attempt to fill that awkward crossover point between trail walking and scrambling; the approach shoe

Dachstein have an illustrious history but are probably best known in the UK for their legendary gloves, but when we heard they also produce a "unique" line of shoes and boots we couldn't turn down the opportunity to give their approach shoes a full-on test.

Wednesday, 05 October 2016 10:08

Nordisk Halland 2 First impressions

Named after a province on the west coast of Sweden, Nordisk's 2 man lightweight Halland 2 tunnel tent is a modern day classic. Combining the latest in ultralight fabrics with a classic tunnel design epitomises today's ultra-light tents.

Wednesday, 28 September 2016 10:18

Terra Nova Southern Cross 2 Tested and Reviewed

Terra Nova are probably best known for their range of ultralight and competition tents these days but that's ignoring a huge heritage in solid 4/5 season tents like the Quasar. The new Southern Cross 2 is the latest addition to this line and looks set to become another classic.

Amazonas are a German manufacturer that make high quality hammocks and Simply Hammocks offered us the chance to test and review the Moskito-Traveller Pro from their Ultralight range.

Clothing & Footwear

  • Fjallraven Abisko Trekking Tights tested and reviewed +

     What do you get if you cross a pair of leggings with a pair of trekking pants? Fjallraven believe they Read More
  • Royal Robbins Alpine Road Pant tested and reviewed +

    The multi-purpose Alpine Road Pants from Royal Robbins are a classic travel pant that's equally at home day after day on Read More
  • Berghaus Ramche Micro: Tested & Reviewed +

    The Extrem range from Berghaus is designed for exactly that: Extreme conditions. At My Outdoors we have already reviewed the Read More
  • Mammut MTR 141 Half Zip Longsleeve Shirt tested and reviewed +

    Soft, stretchy and quick drying, Mammut's MTR 141 is one of the new generation of "self regulating" shirts. Designed to Read More
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Tents & Sleeping Bags

  • F10 Vulcan -12 sleeping bag 1st impressions +

    It may be the start of the school holidays but already the nights are getting longer and it won't be Read More
  • Amok Segl hammock tested and reviewed +

    Amok are a relatively new company, dedicated currently to hammock making. This quote from their website pretty much sums up their Read More
  • 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 Read More
  • Rab Neutrino Endurance 600 sleeping bag tested and reviewed +

    The Rab Neutrino Endurnace 600 is essentially a more durable and weatherproof version of the classic Neutrino 600, with the Read More
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