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Tasmanian Tiger TT Trooper Light Pack 35

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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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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 …

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Tasmanian Tiger TT Tac Pack 22

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  The most comfortable carrying system we’ve tested (so far), pleasant aesthetics and a set of useful solutions, such as stretch side pockets. Sounds good, right? Unfortunately, the Tasmanian Tiger TT Tac Pack 22 shows that something more is needed to make a good backpack…

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ArmyTek Tiara C1 Pro USB Warm

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The ArmyTek Wizard we reviewed some time ago is a torch that has won our love with (among others) a very wide set of modes, solid construction and overall versatility. However, what limits its potential applications is its size – it will fit into your pocket, but it won’t be really convenient. Moreover, so much power or work time won’t …

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Helikon-Tex Raider Backpack

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The recently released Helikon-Tex products tend to be positively surprising – we learned that during the testing of the Possum waistpack or the Raccoon MKII backpack. As it turns out, the case is quite similar with the new Helikon-Tex Raider backpack…

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Wisport Yeti Military Gaiters

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You’ve just crossed a patch of snow and now you need to remove its remains before they melt inside of your shoe? Have you misjudged the depth of the puddle found on the trail and the water poured into your shoe from above? In the morning it was raining and after a short walk your trousers, socks and shoes are …

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Helikon-Tex Possum

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Despite their great utility, most tactical waistpacks are struggling with a definitely military-ous appearance that in the eyes of most people disqualifies them in urban environment. Helikon-Tex Possum waistpack responds to this problem by providing tactical functionality in a fairly ‘civilised’ form.