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BCB’s Crusader II Cooking Systems includes some neat touches which will be welcomed by outdoor enthusiasts. The system uses a ‘Russian Doll’ design whereby all the cooking gear you will need in the field, (Cup Canteen, Cooker, Water bottle, flint and striker) slot inside each other and fit snugly inside a standard issue PLCE bottle [...]
We’re loving this handy little multi-tool from the legendary Leatherman company, designed to cope with a range of everyday tasks. Useful enough to want to carry all the time and small enough to clip on your key ring. Put it in your pocket or clip it on your bag for easy access to spring action pliers [...]
Ever found yourself tripping over the tent pegs or woken up in a sopping wet sleeping bag? Then check out our top tent pitching tips. Reflective guy lines make going to the loo in the night less triptastic. Do a last round of tensioning the guylines before going to bed if it’s windy. Line Loks [...]
It’s lovely to feel the sun on your skin for the brief few weeks of British summer and get out exploring the hills, but the last thing you want weighing you down is a heavy tent. Here’s what to look for when buying a lightweight tent.
Looking for a tough, weatherproof compact camera for your adventures?
In issue 86 of the Outdoor Adventure Guide we produced this little round up of family tents with an explanation of what to look for when you’re parting with your cash.
GSI launches Halulite Minimalist Cookset
Garmin has launched a new outdoor handheld – the GPSMAP 62. These tough, robust navigators introduce a sleek updated look, enhanced mapping options and many technical innovations.
PRIMUS has launched the EtaSolo, £80, the latest addition to the award-winning Eta-Series of high-efficiency stoves.