Regular viewers of the site will remember that in recent months I have been involved with some projects for Karrimor with Terrybnd. He was making some videos of their latest kit and I was very kindly lent some afterwards to test/review. Naturally I wanted to give it all a thorough hammering first so as to give you an honest opinion, so you can decide weather to go out and buy it or not
The latest in the video series Terry has produced is one featuring the great new rucksacks from Karrimor. I have
I’ve been using the new Karrimor Elite Alpiniste eVent Jacket for a few months now and I must say I’ve been very impressed. Its great value for money and can currently be picked up for around £89 from many good stockists including http://www.fieldandtrek.com. As I’m so pleased with it I thought I would write up a little review to give you my thoughts, I’m not a gear junkie or a technical know it all, I just love walking and appreciate good kit that keeps me going for longer. Hopefully the following review will be useful if you are thinking about
Some of you may have heard me talk recently about my involvement with a bunch of videos that Terrybnd has been filming. Well today is the day that the first fully finished movie went live on YouTube. The videos were made for Karrimor and it showcases some of their great new gear. It also shows off some great locations in the Peak District too.
I was the willing model, dummy, manikin, Subject in the videos and I really enjoyed being involved. We started off on the first day by doing a spot of filming
I love wild camping, I’ve said this many times before in my posts. I love being up in the hills or out on the moors when everyone else has gone home. The freedom one feels while wild camping is like no other. You choose how long you want to walk, you choose when and where you want to pitch up. All that’s left to do then is to sit back and enjoy the views… Providing the weather is on your side
I’ve slept outdoors in many scenarios… I’ve camped on top of mountains, I’ve bivvyed under tarps in forests,