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
Tested: we put the Vivo Barefoot Trail Freak through its paces. One thing’s for sure - this is no ordinary trail shoe…
We review the Salomon Wayfarer walking trousers - so superlight you’ll hardly notice you’re wearing them
We put the new Petzl Zipka headtorch to test, to see how much it’s improved on last year’s model
We head for the hills to test to Salomon X Ultra GTX
We review the Odlo Evolution Warm baselayer pants, a great baselayer for high intensity sports in cold conditions.
We head out in our running shoes to test the Silva Runner’s Visibility Jacket
The Keen Durand Mid walking boot, a boot with good looks that will handle a million steps, we review it here.
We review the Tog24 Whitby fleece, a great option for the budget and fashion conscious buyer.
We review the Hi-Tec Altitude Pro RGS, Hi-Tec’s flagship men’s hiking boot featuring Vibram’s innovative Rolling Gait System
We test the McNair Heavyweight Merino Mountain Shirt – the shirt that's so good you don't need a jacket anymore!
The Active Traveller review of the Eddystone clip-on LED light, Small, lightweight and very bright.
We take a look at Aquapac's bike mountaed waterproof phone case, designed for easy on-the-go access to your smartphone.
We test the First Layer Glen Plake model t-shirt, which, like the man himself, shows function rather than flamboyance is the name of the game
We review Anatom’s new hiking boot, the Q2 Classic, which aims to match traditional walking boot looks with bang-up-to-date technical performance
We take a look at Hi-Tec's Altitude V 200 i winter walking boot.
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