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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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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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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 Silverfox

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Wisport Silverfox is an interesting backpack with a design rarely found on a market dominated by rectangular models with a zipper opening sewn around the main compartment. So, how does it perform when compared to the competition?

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Tasmanian Tiger TT Mission Pack Vent MK II

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Summer, a beautiful sunny day. Clouds slowly slide through the distant horizon. In one word – a paradise. Not exactly, because you have to walk with a backpack stuck to your back. Who has never cursed the carried gear? The solution comes in a Tasmanian Tiger TT Mission Pack Vent MK II backpack with a name which quite deliberately contains a word “Vent”…

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Wisport Sparrow II 30

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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 …

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Direct Action Dragon Egg

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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…