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Tasmanian Tiger TT Trooper Light Pack 35 – Review

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Tactical backpacks with a flap are rather rare, and on our website we have so far reviewed only one backpack like this – Wisport Silverfox. However, it is now time to review another backpack of this type – the TT Trooper Light Pack 35, which, depsite the high quality of workmanship and comfort typical for the Tasmanian Tiger products, could …

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TT Essential Pack L MKII – Review

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Tasmanian Tiger Essential Pack L MKII is a 15l backpack with a rather simple design. There are no external pockets, pouches and the carrying system also seems, at first glance, simple. How’s it possible that this backpack can still surprise you?

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Lesovik Otul Underquilt – Review

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Hammocking in winter might seem like a bad idea, especially if you consider the low temperatures and all the snow. However, it can also be very enjoyable. You just need to make sure you’re properly prepared, including the right equipment – the right sleeping bag, tarp and hammock will be essential. What you’ll also need, tho, will be an underquilt …

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Lesovik Groza UL Tarp Review

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Sleeping in a hammock is pretty great. You don’t need to worry about uneven ground, and can focus on simply enjoying swinging steadily at a relaxing pace. However, what happens if it snows, rains or the weather decides to otherwise go crazy? Well, that’s when you also need a tarp, a piece of fabric that will provide you with roof …

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Mora Eldris Review

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Morakniv knives from Sweden need no introduction, given how popular their products (such as the Mora Companion knife) are thanks to their high quality build and reasonable pricing. Not so long ago, the company has a released a new, considerably smaller knife, Mora Eldris, and the question is how weel does it stand it’s ground?

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Lesovik Groza Solo – Review

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There are those trips when sleeping under a tarp in a hammock simply wouldn’t work, and taking a tent would be just too cumbersome. Polish company Lesovik offers a solution to this challenge with it’s ultralight tarp Groza Solo, tailored to the needs of those who need a compact and flexible shelter.

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Lesovik Ultralight Hammock UL Review

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There’s no better thing than a night in the outdoors, right? After a day full of adventures, you lay down to rest under the sky full of stars, when suddenly you realise there’s a pine cone underneath your mat. Not the most comfortable situation, right? Guess there’s no other option than to get up and get rid of it… But …

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Helikon-Tex Summit – Photoshoot

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Recently, Helikon-Tex has been developing its product line with a more outdoor-touristic profile – Helikon Outback. After introducing new and quite successful clothes into the offer – including the OTP pants, Wolfhound jacket or Windrunner windshirt – it’s time for backpacks. The first approach to the topic of packs which aren’t covered with MOLLE from top to bottom is the 44-liter Helikon-Tex …

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Fenix HL40R

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Fenix HL40R is one of the few headlamps with adjustable width of the light beam. This alone is enough to distinguish it from a fairly large competition or other Fenix models. On the other hand, this model also shows that making a ‘feature rich’ torch isn’t everything – even though, in general, Fenix HL40R can be considered to be a …

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Wisport Sparrow Egg – Photoshoot

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Wisport Sparrow Egg is the youngest member of the popular family of Sparrow backpacks produced by Polish Wisport. This time, instead of a cuboidal shape, the manufacturer applied a more oval, “egg”, shape – hence the name of the new model. Sparrow Egg is also the smallest of Wisport’s Sparrows, the biggest of which we reviewed some time ago. The …