Trip Gear Reports

  Teva  Kimtah Sandals

06/11/2018 by .

Rather than use clunky hiking boots for simple hikes across perhaps more forgiving terrain, I always prefer closed hiking sandals. For one thing, they allow air into my feet and the tough hardy soles give me grip on wet rock or across a pebble-dashed ocean front.

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Shorn wine pouches

Imagine a world where a good splash of red can last for up to four weeks after it’s been opened. Wine connoisseurs are finding it hard to breathe hearing this.

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Anysharp-Pro knife sharpener

The AnySharp-Pro is emblazoned with line World’s best knife sharpener which in anyone’s book is a pretty bold statement. But here’s the thing. It does work very well.

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Hiking Gear Update

Gear manufacturers are a creative bunch and they’re always bringing out new and improved versions of their staples. In my travels, I’m also keen to test out lightweight hiking gear, particularly those items that I can stuff in my hand baggage, so I can start walking whenever the mood takes me.

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Sennheiser Momentum Free Buds

The Sennheiser M2 IE BT offers the crystal clear audio you would expect to hear from these German wizards with the added advantage of practically wireless-free operation.

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Merrell’s MQM Flex Gore-Tex ‘Hybrid’ Trail Shoe

this new hybrid shoe from Merrell – a cross between a running shoe and a mainstream walking shoe – certainly eased things considerably and made for a more pleasurable experience, without the throbbing toes.

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