Wisport Sparrow is a backpack renowned for its solid performance, practical design and overall utility. These features also contribute to its versatility, to the fact that it works equally well in the field and in the “concrete jungle”. Nevertheless, over the years of use users noticed some lacks of the construction. Some things that could be upgraded. It all led …
Helikon-Tex SFU Next is a new version of popular SFU (Special Forces Uniform) trousers produced by Polish Helikon. Thanks to the combination of proven solutions and several new ideas, end result should be of interest to any user of combat pants.
Leatherman Signal, the newest invention of the American multitool producer is the first tool intended for the enthusisasts of outdoor-survival activities. If I had to pick four words with which it could be described, they would be: a pocket survival kit.
UTP, the Urban Tactical Pants, are Helikon-Tex’s attempt to create pants which would have the advantages of tactical models while not standing out in the urban crowd. As far as the goal was substantially achieved, the results are not exactly satisfying due to a certain issue essential in the city’s landscape…
Comfortable and quite innovative load bearing system, laser cut modular panel, well developed organizer. When we add to this set padded laptop pocket or aesthetic refinement, it might seem like a recipe for a successful backpack. Unfortunately, the Direct Action Dragon Egg proves that it isn’t entirely true…
In the middle of April, I started testing the Delta softshell made by Helikon-Tex. Although the jacket comes from the company’s Urban Tactical line, it still proves itself in outdoor use.
Today I’d like to review for you one of the legends of the EDC equipment. What I consider crucial element of my every-day-carry is a knife, and one of my favorite knives is definitely the Ontario RAT 1.
nanoStriker is a miniature fire striker produced by the American company Exotac. It is characterized by a small size, aesthetic design and exchangeable rod. Unfortunately, due to several factors, it is not such a good option as it would seem.
Water is a number one priority in survival, and having necessary supply of this liquid can be important even on shorter trips. It’s always good to have something to drink at hand, right? For these purposes I use Nalgene 1 l (32 oz) bottle, which when combined with Tatonka cup creates a basic excursion-kit.
Is there a reason why a backpack with no comfort pads, and which is made entirely of Cordura 1100 should even exist? Apparently, Janysport PP25 GROT gives quite a few!