We’ve put to the test both the Osprey Atmos and Aura backpacks. Is this the right pack for you? We’ll try to guide you in the decision process with this in-depth review of Osprey’s top-of-the-line offering.
I originally picked up the Osprey Talon 33 to go mountaineering. Although there were more specific mountaineering packs in the shop, I wanted something that would work for other activities too. I had already a few more technical packs but too small for the weekend I was planning. After looking at and trying different models… Continue reading Osprey Talon 33 review, a lightweight versatile backpack tougher than it looks
Edelrid have been creating gear for climbers since 1863 from their German office and are part of the Vaude group. We’ve been given the chance to review one of their latest rucksack, the Satellite 20 UL. This is a climbing specific pack with an focus on lightness. How it was tested The backpack was created… Continue reading Gear Review: Edelrid Satellite 20 UL climbing rucksack
I generally hate carrying anything when I go for a run, I just find it restrictive and annoying. Sometimes, however, you just can’t avoid it, particularly if you’re going off on a long trail run. If I am going to take anything, however, I want it to be as minimalist as possible, so was very… Continue reading Inov-8 Race Elite Extreme 10 Review
Looking at replacing a damaged rucksack for day-hike use, Marie picked up the Berghaus Freeflow 20 with its suspended back panel and compact size. Here is what she thinks of it after 8 months of regular usage. The Freeflow 20 is a small 20L backpack big enough for the average day outdoor. Its primary feature… Continue reading Review: Berghaus Freeflow 20 rucksack
The Osprey Exos range was created to provide a lightweight but still featured rich alternative to other packs of the brand. It comes in three dimensions 34, 46 and 58 litres (for the size M) which weight respectively 960g, 1.05Kg and 1.14Kg. The other strong point of the Exos is its backpanel suspension to keep… Continue reading Review: Osprey Exos 34 backpack