Savulohirouhe Tomaattikastikkeessa Review

Using canned food whilst hiking is something I have never been a fan of. The leftover container accompanies you for the rest the trip and long after you have enjoyed the contents you are stuck with the often smelly container. However my curiosity for several canned goods on sale from a Finnish website called Varusteleka have peaked. Please enjoy our taste test of Savulohirouhe Tomaattikastikkeessa.

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Sigg Thermo Flask Hot & Cold Brushed 1 & 0.3 Litre Review

Operating during the colder months requires more kit whether you like it or not. Accompanying frost on your flysheet is a heavier pack and thicker clothes. We need this extra kit to stay warm and comfortable when the temperature drops, but there are a few accessories that punch above their weight and supply warm moments when out on the hill. Please read our full review of our two Sigg Thermo Flasks, 1 litre and 0.3 litre.

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MSR Access 1 Solo Four Season Tent Review

MSR has made a name for itself by providing some outstanding equipment for the discerning mountain professional and general outdoors person. Their products can be niche but normally become the best product one can purchase in that category. Here we look at the MSR Access 1 which is sold as a solo four season backcountry shelter for the colder months.

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Fällkniven SK1 Jarl Bushcraft Survival Knife Review

The Fällkniven SK1 Jarl stands out from the crowd. Offering high end materials, gorgeous visuals and craftsmanship all in a premium package. The Jarl is the distinguished name given to this knife, one that inspires respect and reverence. Unlike more blunt instruments an SK1 Jarl is more at home on your belt or in the hand serving you like you were nobility. The language may be a little dramatic but the knife certainly deserves a little hyperbole as it is out of the ordinary. Read our full review to see if the SK1 Jarl is for you.

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