Ever thought of a tea picnic outdoors, maybe even during a hike, instead of espresso?
There is gear for that, in the form of Alocs’ Xun Tang (Xing Yun) Camping Tea Set.
I’m back in China. This being the third time I’ve come to live and work here, it feels like a homecoming – and living in China still comes with its own challenges.
Your mileage may vary, of course, but I think I can point to some usual issues. And provide my perspective, of course.
Nothing worse in everyday adventures, be they urban or mountain microexploration, than getting soaked.
Rab gave me a chance (full disclosure: in the form of a PR sample, i.e. free product, without obligations) to try out an interesting piece of ultralight rain protection, their Flashpoint Pull-On…
Like the knights of medieval Europe, so the samurai of Japan hold great fascination. Maybe, with a touch of orientalist exoticism, all the greater a fascination.
The Interstellar Bivy from Outdoor Research sets out to hit a sweet spot between lightness, protection, and usability – with a “wearable” approach to what a bivy can be.