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 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
Here we review Columbia’s lightweight Peakfreak trail shoe
We review the Bergans Vikke mid-layer jacket, a functional and stylish mid-layer made from 100 per cent merino wool. functional and stylish
The Active Traveller review of the Tog24 Anchorage jacket, a men’s parka style jacket with removable inner thermal liner
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...
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