Reviews of the best outdoor, active accessories and gear
Independent Gear reviews for walking, hiking, travel, adventure, watersports, kayaking, climbing and cycling accessories
In the quest for a warm head over winter we test this thin but effective Skull Cap from Altura
The Exos 48 is Ospreys attempt at a lightweight pack for the hills, but does it perform? Read the review to find out
Lowe Alpine calls the Eclipse 35 'the perfect pack for those with a go anywhere, do anything attitude'. It's a big claim, but does it make good on it? Our review finds out.
Somewhere between a summer and winter glove, we test these Gore Power Trail Windstopper Light gloves and see if they keep the spring chill at bay
We review SKS's take on the classic front triangle frame bag to see if its one-size-fits-all is bike tour ready
We couldn't review bike baggage without getting some gear from the quintessential cycling baggage brand, Ortlieb in there so here it is, our review of the Back Roller Plus.
We review Topeaks versatile Fuel Tank frame bag.
We review the Leki Khumbu walking poles on a 2-day hike in the Brecon Beacons, find out how well they performed on this varied terrain.
Aimed at lightweight climbers and alpinists, the Vaude Scopi 32 LW backpack could be the ideal day sack for lightweight fans everywhere. Read our review to find out how we rate it.
In true Swiss Army knife style, Victorinox have added a survival essential to their bomber INOX range in the form of a paracord bracelet. We put it to the test in the woods.
We put the cute Buglit LED light to the test to see if it's a camping gimmick or a camping great.
A general use backpack with a big focus on its comfort and venting-centric back system, the Deuter Futura 28 could be the all-round travel companion you've been looking for. Our review finds out more.
We test the versatile and cleverly designed Pack 'n Pedal Small Adventure Pannier from load-hucking specialists Thule
We put the Tilley LTM5 hat to the test in its natural environment - the great outdoors.
A super light body pack with a capacity of just six litres, the Batpack 6 includes two water bottles in its bespoke holders and is aimed at fell runners on endurance events. But does its appeal extend to walkers too?