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First test: Osprey Atmos AG 65 (2015)

With the right rucksack back system you really can carry everything you need for a night of camping, including the proverbial kitchen sink, and still remain comfortable throughout the day when backpacking. The Osprey Atmos range of rucksacks has been popular for many years, but now there%X92s a new Anti-Gravity (AG) back system available to supercharge their performance for 2015...

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KEEN Unveils New Season of KEEN Effect Program

Dedicated to building stronger communities and a healthier planet, KEEN will award 10 grants through the KEEN Effect II to select not for Profit organisations around the world. After its successful inaugural season in 2014, KEEN unveils its second year of the KEEN Effect program - the KEEN Effect II will award 10 grants to not for profit organisations around the...

  • 27 February 2015 11:21 | LFTO
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KEEN Unveils New Season of KEEN Effect Program

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Dedicated to building stronger communities and a healthier planet, KEEN will award 10 grants through the KEEN Effect II to select not for Profit organisations around the world. After its...

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First test: Osprey Atmos AG 65 (2015)

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With the right rucksack back system you really can carry everything you need for a night of camping, including the proverbial kitchen sink, and still remain comfortable throughout the day when backpacking. The Osprey Atmos range of rucksacks has been popular for many years, but now there’s a new Anti-Gravity (AG) back system available to supercharge their performance for 2015 ...

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Trail magazine - April 2015 issue preview

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  • 26 February 2015
williamboundey

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James72

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Waterproof Trousers Issue

Hey folks,
Have these Berghaus overtrousers but when they get wet the material goes all weird only way i can describe it is like a raisin!! contacted Berghaus but they said had never heard of this and if i wasnt happy return them to retailer i bought them from, but just wondered if anyone knows of a reason why this happens or if it has happened to any of their waterproofs etc any advice greatly appriciated
Cheers james72
 
 

  • 24 February 2015 20:59 | James72
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janisj

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olireed

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Unilite Prosafe PS-H8 head torch (%XA345)

Despite being established in 1981, Unilite is still a small player in the UK headtorch market – but that could change with the Prosafe range.

The PS-H8 is available for less than £50 online and pumps out 250 lumens of light, which is seriously bright and fantastic for navigating on mountain terrain at night; although the official burn time of 10-160 hours suggests it may not last on full power for too long.

It comes loaded with three AA batteries and equipped with rubberised non-slip headbands, a red rear light for extra visibility, and reflective strips. The latter features suggest ...

  • 24 February 2015 16:39 | olireed
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JamesMcKernan

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Trekking Pole Handle Feedback

 Hi all,

I'm not entirely sure if this is the correct place to post so please forgive me.

I'm working on a university design  project and I am looking to get some critical feedback.

I have posted a few pictures of potential trekking pole handles/grips and I am looking for you to tell me which ones you like/dislike, which you would like to see/buy on a trekking pole and improvements you would make if any.

They aren't the most detailed images but hopefully you get a rough idea of their form and design.

Cheers

 

roreilly72

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