Monday, 09 February 2015 14:02

Rab Andes 800 - Tested and Reviewed

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  Rab Andes 800 Sleeping Bag 800 Fill Power hydrophobic down puts the Rab Andes 800 firmly in the top end of 4 season sleeping bags. Designed for use at altitude and alpine bivvies the Andes 800 should take anything the UKs weather can throw at it in its stride.…
   Snupak Chrysalis 4 Sleeping bag The Snugpak Chrysalis 4 brings 4 season comfort to entry level budgets. It's not the lightest, not the most compact but in return you get genuine sub zero performance for under £100 with a few extras thrown in. The characteristic Snugpak expander gives both…
Tuesday, 19 August 2014 11:11

The North Face Cats Meow 20F Tested and Reviewed

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With autumn on its way the nightime temperature is finally starting to drop, and when it comes to testing the TNF Cat's Meow that's welcome. We've had it in for a few weeks now but on initial tests in July it was just too warm.The "Official" ratings for this synthetic…
Synthetic sleeping bags were what I was brought up with but inside I always dreamed of owning a "real" sleeping bag; packed with down and lofting like a loaf of rising bread in the airing cupboard. The day I got my first down bag synthetic sleeping bags were consigned to…
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