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12 March 2012 09:26
To get the best support from your rucksack it's important that it fits properly. In this video Trail's features editor Phoebe Smith is fitted up for a pack by technical...
05 July 2011 16:00
Trail magazine’s Phoebe Smith enlists some help to see just how quick and easy it is to erect the Vango Infinity 400 AirBeam Tent, as featured in the latest issue...
16 July 2010 14:29
Just how much are you prepared to pay to keep your pack weight down? Terra Nova have just revealed their lightest ever tent which weighs in at 560g but costs...
08 December 2009 08:30
This sleeping bag will keep you snug to a temperature of -12C. But it should also be a snug fit - the bag hugs your body and prevents warm air...
17 August 2009 11:34
These days sleeping bags have an array of numbers on the cover demonstrating their warmth rating. But what do these numbers really mean? Technical editor Graham Thompson shows us the...
21 July 2009 17:03
Choosing a tent is all about balancing the benefits of weight, stability and space. And after years in the wilderness, the tunnel tent is once again growing in popularity. Here,...
21 May 2009 17:33
This sleeping mat is thick, warm and comfortable, yet it weighs just 408g and rolls up to a size little bigger than a water bottle. Watch tech ed Graham Thompson...
24 April 2009 11:37
Want to go wild camping this summer? Trail gear tester Claire Maxted takes you through how to fit a large rucksack properly following advice from the guys at the Climbers’...
26 March 2009 15:05
Did they really do that? That's what they asked us when we presented a diced walking boot in our February issue. Well, yes we did, and to prove it, watch...
18 March 2009 15:14
Here's the latest contribution from popular LFTOer terrybnd. Want to know what it's like to wild camp in a Lake District cave? Scroll down to find out: Star of...
06 March 2009 15:44
Did you see the latest daysack from Vaude in this April 09’s Trail? It has an interesting new shoulder strap system called Flash NT which moves the foam part of...
15 January 2009 17:21
Osprey have long been innovators in the world of lightweight, super-comfortable rucksacks, and their latest brand new offering both sports Osprey’s enviable technology and an unusual new feature. Trail magazine’s...
17 September 2008 16:48
A new rucksack with waterproof seams, a back system inspired by an odd, fashionable shoe and the world most convenient Sigg bottle holder ever… could this be the best backpacking...
05 September 2008 12:39
Trail technical editor Graham Thompson gives a run down of the features of the bizarre new sack from Aarn Packs – a new product which can’t be called a ‘backpack’...
13 August 2008 16:15
The Trail Designs Caldera Cone is a stove, but not at all like we know it. Made from a piece of a Coke can and a bit of tin, this...
19 July 2008 09:06
An intimate tete-a-tete at the OutDoor show between Trail's GT and fast-rising stars Jim and Nick of Alpkit. Reporting from (a yurt in) Friedrichshafen in Germany at the 2008 OutDoor show.
18 July 2008 09:20
Primus' new EtaPackLite promises fast boil times and long gas life. Product manager Niklaus talks us through it. Reporting from Friedrichshafen in Germany at the 2008 OutDoor show.
16 July 2008 12:34
Marmot are an American company, but they have designed an inner-pitched-first tent especially for the UK market. A brave move – but has it paid off? Trail magazine’s technical editor...
27 June 2008 10:08
Wild camping is something many dream of but comparitively few ever try, instead opting for the security of a campsite which offers none of the blissful solitude of the mountains....
It’s the not-especially-accurate-but-could-save-your-life-one-day boy scout trick everyone thinks they know but don’t really. Here’s how to do it properly! This is a great player to watch individual videos through. //...
25 June 2008 14:51
‘Bikepacking’ has always been associated with Scotland where it allows you to access remote hills. So what exactly does it have to offer when you’re in the Lakes? Trail’s Matt...
11 June 2008 16:59
New from lightweight specialist Lightwave is this spacious, 4 pole semi-geodesic tent. It has enough room to play tennis in and a flysheet that can withstand 4-seasons worth of weather...
04 June 2008 10:47
Ultralight, ultratight sleeping bag makers MontBell have produced a bag which has a nifty secret to keeping you warm on summer nights – Trail magazine’s technical editor takes a look...
03 June 2008 20:21
Took it for a test up Suilven. Lovely cuppa made at the Bealach!
30 May 2008 13:00
GT puts the latest, powerful offering from Primus under the spotlight: can the stove that claims to be faster than conventional stoves and a serious challenger to the Jetboil and...
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