Active-Traveller - outdoor gear and kit reviews
Independent Gear reviews for travel and active outdoors equipment for walking, hiking, cycling, camping, adventure and general travel including jackets, walking boots, backpacks, GPS, base layers, mid layers, bikes, camping, climbing, walking
We put the DHB Flashlight Thermal Bib Tights to the test on some chilly winter rides.
We review the Haglöfs Essens Mimic Jacket mid-layer which is equipped with their own Quadfusion synthetic insulation.
The Durban Tall boot is put to the test to decipher Teva's description of "our take on a modern work boot, rugged meets casual."
Teva's recent Arrowood range of "adventure-seeking sneakers" is put to the test in its Mid-cut iteration
We determine whether the Rugged II Mountain Pant warrants its cult status with a test of the Haglofs bestseller.
Does a 'classic' fleece stand up to modern requirements? We test the Haglofs Pile Hood to find out.
We put the Gore-Tex Surround equipped San Francisco from Lowa to the test.
We put Helly Hansen's versatile W Jola shell jacket to the test on the wet, windy winter trails
We stride out in Rohan's super-stretchy Men's Bags walking pants to review this reworking of a classic design
We review the G-1000 equipped Skogso Padded Jacket from Fjallraven
We put the ultralight Minimus 777 waterproof jacket to the test. Read the review here.
The Sherpa Adventure Gear Tsepun Zip Tee is a mid-layer thermal long sleeved top, one our tester is yet to take off.
The Sherpa Adventure Gear Sita Pullover is a quick drying Polartec thermal fleece, with a fitted look and extended neckline - which kept our tester snug and warm.
On Test the Sherpa Adventure Gear Kailash Jacket ticks all the boxes required for a big mountain mid layer/ light weight insulated jacket.
We put the Sonic Reflex running jacket from Saucony to the test.
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