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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…
Overall View The Chocolate Fish TeMata 260 Merino Zipneck is a true multi-purpose baselayer/midlayer, suitable for use on its own or as part of a layered system in a surprising range of conditions. Real World Test The TeMata 260 Merino Zipneck isn't the first offering from Chocolate Fish we've tried,…
Friday, 02 May 2014 15:13

Icebreaker Mondo Zip Reviewed

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Overall View A lot to spend on a baselayer but soon pays its way with fewer washes needed while saving weight and pack bulk. Easy clean on the trail. Some find merino itchy and some feel outsourced production doesn't meet New Zealand's original quality but judged on its own merits…
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Clothing & Footwear

  • 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
  • Berghaus Fastpacking Extrem Jacket tested and reviewed +

     The latest lightweight shell from the Berghaus team combines Extrem level performance in a UK-compatible jacket. Utilising Berghaus' own Hydroshell 2.5 Read More
  • 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 Read More
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Tents & Sleeping Bags

  • 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
  • Cumulus Panyam 450 Sleeping Bag: Tested & Reviewed +

    Cumulus is a Polish brand that have produced down products for best part of 30 years. They don’t say much Read More
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