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.
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…
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.
Fastpacking – carrying as little as possible while moving like a backpacker, but faster – has been a thing even before ultramarathons became so popular. In a running vest/pack like the Fastpack 35 from Ultimate Direction, ultramarathon running meets fastpacking.
The Bliz Velo XT sunglasses turned out to be good for all my sports activities.
Only a bit “un”good for their marketing.
When Mammut was looking to provide some people in the German-speaking area with a high Klout score (yep, they had still been using that) with a pair of their shoes to test, back in the spring of 2015, I’m pretty sure they were looking for some immediate support for their PR.
Shoes are at least as exciting for the runner as they are for the stereotypical shoe-obsessed woman – if they are exciting.
Icebug’s Acceleritas5 are.