A true military rucksack with specific features to aid the soldier out on patrol or the busy commuter rushing about town. The Karrimor SF THOR 40 brings together tough materials, a solid design and a different approach to gaining entry to the pack. Let’s find out more in this full review.Read more
Finding a good rucksack should not be a task of random experimentation. In today’s market place dominated by low quality, high volume and a customer demanding a fair price: its increasingly difficult to find a product that matches your requirements. This is a full review and field test of the Karrimor SF Sabre 60-100.
The KarrimorSF Sabre 60 – 100 is a fully adjustable, high volume pack that is very durable. It offers the user a great load carry option when venturing into parts unknown with a heavy load out.
The trouble of hiking with a rucksack, especially a large one, is that when it’s fully loaded the weight inside distorts the shape and structure of the pack. Often resulting in a very uncomfortable walk. The ghastly lump sagging behind you, feeling separate to your body and throwing you off balance. This is a full review and field test of the Berghaus Vulcan.Read more
The Atmos AG 50 joins my Osprey collection and brings with it high levels of comfort and accessibility in a very flexible capacity. Its companions are the Mutant 38, Kestrel 48 and the Talon 33. So you could say that I am an avid Osprey user.Read more