Active-Traveller - outdoor gear and kit reviews
Independent Gear reviews for travel and active equipment including jackets, walking boots, backpacks, GPS, Clothing, Bikes, camping, climbing, walking
We review the Helinox Chair One. Could this be the best camping chair in the world?
We review Silva’s new 35-litre duffel bag, a great looking option for those who like to travel fast and light
We review Craghopper’s nifty new Packaway jacket, which does just what it says on the tin
We review the Leatherman Skeletool SX, a futuristic-looking multi-tool designed for snowboarders with a 420HC stainless steel blade
As much at home on the road as it is on rough trails, the Croix de Fer really is a ‘one bike does it all’ purchase. It is no joke to say that you could set off around the world on the Croix de Fer 20, straight from the...
We review the Snowline Spikes Chainsen Pro, designed for pretty much any winter activity that involves walking on snow and ice.
We review the Ridgemont Outback, a great piece of cool looking urban footwear
The Icebug Pace is a 100% waterproof, lightweight, hiking boot, that’s good down to -20°C.
We review the MSR Windboiler stove, a camping stove with a super-efficient radiant burner designed to work in winds in excess of 50mph.
Alf Alderson reviews the Alt-Berg Mallerstang winter walking boot, a C1 crampon-compatible British-made boot.
Gear editor Alf Alderson checks out the Icebreaker Tech Top and finds it's a 'must have' piece of outdoor kit
The Icebug Ardor OLX is one of the best rough trail sports shoe in our review section.
We review the Rab MeCo 120 pants, and find them a lightweight star, as long as you don't need to keep out anything really cold
Looking for footwear to take on the urban jungle? Then check out our review of Keen’s Reisen Chukka casual boot.
The Keen Revel II performed well on test and proved itself as a great winter boot for general duties. Check out the review below.
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