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.
inov-8 now also has a Graphene Hiking boot
Following closely on the release of the first-ever graphene sole in sports shoes, British brand inov-8 has just unveiled the ROCLITE with G-Grip, the first hiking boot with a graphene-infused sole.
Komperdell releases the Wild Rambler, a new value trekking pole for winter
Fresh from the Austrian Alps, Komperdell is announcing an addition to its range of trekking poles with the Wild Rambler. A sturdy and easy-on-the-wallet option for hikers.
New Merrell MQM collection blurs the lines between trail and hiking shoes
Up, over and down. The three phases of the mountain described by the Merrell design team when the created the MQM collection. Designed from the ground-up, MQMs are hybrid shoes to move fast while retaining protection and security.
A look at Arc’teryx fall/winter collection for 2015 and 2016
The Canadian brand offers a whole lot of interesting stuff for this winter, beginning with the Interstate Jacket, providing an interesting outfit for urban environments with its waterproof zippers and numerous pockets (and the interesting ability to put the hood inside the neck). In terms of ski and alpinism, the Procline series should be a… Continue reading A look at Arc’teryx fall/winter collection for 2015 and 2016
Bagobago, the backpack you can convert into a chair
Is Bagobago a must for exhausted travelers who deserve a comfortable place to rest their buttocks? Made in Czech Republic, that backpack/chair could be the answer for when you’re waiting in an interminable line, or want to sit on a dirty surface. The bag is made with an inside metallic frame that ensures a good… Continue reading Bagobago, the backpack you can convert into a chair
Mammut adds new via-ferrata and hiking boots to collection
To complement an already comprehensive range of footwear, Mammut is adding three boots to its mountain collection. Via-ferrata addicts will be pleased as two of those have been design with this sport in mind.