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Hilleberg Anaris review

30th August 2020 | 0 comments

Hilleberg just released their first trekking pole-supported tent since 1973. RICHARD HARTFIELD tests how it stands up against the new generation of lightweight backpacking shelters…

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Deuter Exosphere 0˚C Sleeping Bag review

1st February 2019 | 0 comments

Jon Doran tries out an unusual synthetic-filled sleeping bag with a gently body-hugging stretch seam construction that really does up both comfort and efficiency – if you’re a restless outdoors sleeper, this could be the bag for you.

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How to choose a sleeping bag

30th January 2019 | 1 comment.

Here’s the thing. No-one ever really regretted a sleeping bag that was slightly too warm, but there’s nothing more miserable than shivering all night in a bag that’s simply not warm enough…

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Vaude Hogan SUL 1-2P review

14th November 2017 | 0 comments

The Hogan SUL 1-2P is based on a tried-and-tested configuration that has been used by Vaude for a number of years on tents such as the Taurus and Terratrio, namely one pole running lengthwise down the spine of the tent and one pole crossing at the entrance to form a vestibule at one end.