Posts Categorized: Gear news

Gerber and Bear Grylls partnership brings new survival gear

Jun 2 | Ben

A survival expert and an experienced gear manufacturer working together to develop better gear, sounds interesting right? That’s what professional adventurer Bear Grylls and knife and gear specialist Gerber have done in the Gerber Bear

Casio G’zOne Commando, Android phone in armor

May 19 | Ben

In the realm of tough gadgets we generally see a lot of cameras and dumb phones but you don’t get to see many smartphones. Well that’s what Casio was maybe thinking when they came up


Icebraker releases its new Spring/Summer 11 range

May 14 | Ben

Icebreaker’s special natural wool formula returns this year in a wider range than ever. The merino specialist is introducing new product in its superfine range aimed at runners as well as a refresh on its

Spring Summer Vibram FiveFingers collection

May 5 | Marie

Vibram has added some new models to its range of FiveFingers for the Spring and Summer collection. The barefoot running people out there will be pleased to discover the four new pairs of shoes with


Better than Gore-Tex® says Columbia

Mar 7 | Marie

In its latest campaign, Columbia is pushing hard its own waterproofing-high breathability tech called Omni-Dry by comparing it to the well known and leader, Gore-tex.


Merrel goes Barefoot with new shoe range

Feb 2 | Ben

Well well well, what have we got here. Merrel has been teasing us for while now about its barefoot collection but the wait is over. The new barefoot line is out!

New Fujifilm outdoor camera, FinePix XP30

Jan 5 | Ben

Fujifilm just annouced the soon to be released FinePix XP30, successor of the XP10 in the outdoor camera range. The XP30 boast similar specs than its older brother but add a GPS to the package

GORE-TEX® Active Shell Laminate for next year winter gear

Nov 3 | Marie

GORE-TEX are the market leader in waterproof and breathable garment. Their tech is used many high end outdoor equipments, from jackets to shoes. Announcement of improvements are of course always good news for performance athletes