Trip Gear Reports

Travel Packs For Hiking And Biking

31/05/2019 by .

Sometimes, packing is a bit like Russian dolls, you know you fit one into another, as you often need smaller bags for hiking or cycling.

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Swarovski Optik Binoculars

“Bring binoculars – much more important than a camera,” ordered guide extraordinaire Andrew Molinari as we strode out of his Kichaka camp into Tanzania’s teeming-with-wildlife Ruaha National Park.

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Teva Arrowood Riva Hiking Shoes

A pair of rugged shoes that feels at home on the mountain or in the pub, Teva Arrowood Riva shoes will give you the best of both worlds.

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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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  Teva  Kimtah Sandals

These Teva Kimtah sandals are ideal all-purpose uncovered foot companions and simply will not let you down.

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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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