Your main priority is travelling light? Then the Matador Freerain24 Backpack will be perfect for you. This lightweight packable and waterproof bag which can hold up to 24L of gear can pack down to the size of the palm of your hand. It will therefore easily find its space in your luggage when you go on… Continue reading This packable rucksack will keep your gear dry when it rains
The Apple Watch is a really nice piece of technology but it has a problem for adventurers: it wasn’t necessarily made for the outdoors. But thanks to the Apple Watch case from Catalyst, you’ll be able to take your Apple Watch everywhere you go. Catalyst is well known for the cases it builds for smartphones and tablets. It has used its… Continue reading This case will make your Apple Watch completely waterproof
A team of action sports athletes and outdoor warriors from California have invented a waterproof solar charging system that will make sure your devices are charged, so you never miss the chance to capture that magical moment in the most remote places. The Savior, as it is called, will save you on many occasions. If… Continue reading Keep your tech charged at all times with this waterproof solar charging system
Announced last year at OutDoor and now available, Marmot’s FusionDri waterproof/breathable membrane is the brand’s take at improving comfort of traditional WP/B garment.
GE, the company behind the eVent fabric, announced the release of a new type of air permeable and waterproof membrane using their patented construction process.
Karrimor are a UK manufacturer of quality outdoor products. Today we are putting one of its mid range pair of shoes, the Mount Low Weatherlite Boot Hedge, to the test. Available for men and women, the Mount Low have a low profile cut and are designed for casual hikers. They feature a WeatherLite membrane, Karrimor’s… Continue reading Review: Karrimor Mount Low Weatherlite Boot Hedge