Name aside this is a pretty tasty field snack! As I mentioned in our review of the delicious Savulohirouhe Tomaattikastikkeessa I personally seldom carry canned goods into the field as I find the packaging a burden. However I am always open to try something new for lunch at home so lets get stuck into a can of Kalakalle Kalakukko.Read more
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.Read more
Here we examine the GP from Fällkniven. Its’s a delightful folder with an outstanding finish and looks to match. GP stands for Gentleman’s Pocket Knife and I think it’s a name deserving of this subtle yet powerful tool. Please enjoy our full Fällkniven GP review.Read more
A specific feeling of satisfaction comes from owning a pair of quality gloves. Made stronger with the knowledge they will age well and accompany you on many an adventure. This review is for the Hestra Highland glove so let’s explore this premium all year round accessory.Read more
I ordered my first pair of Altberg Defender MOD Browns in late 2015 intending to replace my Scarpa SL’s. The Scarpa SL Activs experienced a lot of varying action and I brought two pairs of those Scarpas in total. It was through extended use that I came to really enjoy leather boots without a membrane. I found them to be more comfortable and indeed waterproof than previous Gore-Tex offerings. On the other hand the price of £240 (at time of print) was less desirable. I was going through a pair of these every year and after a while decided it was not worth it.Read more
I really enjoy wearing the Páramo Enduro Jacket and have used it in a wide range of environments and climatic conditions. It’s such a breathable and well ventilated piece but also protective enough so you can keep it on almost all of the time. It breaths as well as a soft shell but with the added bonus of the jacket being waterproof.Read more
Fällkniven is an internationally renowned Swedish knife making company. Started in 1984 and has grown to be a very technical and respected brand. Today they are producing some very high end knives and sharpening tools which are highly sought after. The Fällkniven F1dz is a survival pilot knife and the subject of our full review and field test today.Read more
Sleeping out in the woods under a tarp with just a hammock suspended between two trees must be one of the simplest and most immersive outdoor experiences I can think of. It’s pure relaxation to have nature all around you and not be enclosed in a tent or bivi. This is a full review and field test on the Thermarest Slacker Hammock.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.