Review: Lixada wood gasifier stove

Bargain stove or money down the drain? by Lee Clarke After perusing the depths of the internet to fill another hole in my outdoor kit I stumbled across the world of wood gasifier cooking stoves. Long story ... Read More...

Review: Nordic Pocket Saw

As with most cool bits of kit that arrive in the office for review they are received with excitement, and an eagerness to get out and play with them (that can be interpreted as taken out and used very construct... Read More...

Review: Casström Woodsman Knife

The knife I have most recently had to try out is the “Woodsman” Knife designed by Roger Harrington (of Bison Bushcraft) and produced by Casström in a “custom collaboration”. The “Woodsman” is one of Roger Ha... Read More...

Review: Armory Jacket from 5.11

The “Armory Jacket” is 5.11's new “casually smart” styled top of an almost classic design, made from a 60% cotton 40% polyester fleece fabric to give a good blend of warmth, toughness and practicality. The j... Read More...
Easy Hammock XL

Review: Easy Hammock XL

Review by Lucas Payton Hammocking is becoming a very popular alternative to using a tent for camping. The appeal comes from the ability to easily find a place to set up camp in areas where no flat ground is... Read More...

OvaEasy Egg Crystals – Review

Introduction This is a review of the OvaEasy Egg Crystals. The review is slightly different in as much as I experimented on my children, I know, that's a bad start but I figured it was the most effective way o... Read More...

SoulPad 4000-Hybrid-G Canvas Bell Tent

Review By Craig Johnson I have always liked the look of the “traditional” style bell tents. They fit perfectly with my idea of a family/group shelter that allows you to have plenty of room to work/sleep i... Read More...

Stryke Pants from 5.11

Review Stryke Pants from 5.11 By Andy Sargeant If you thought tactical pants were just baggy battle dress without the camo-pattern, you might have to think again. The New Stryke Pants from 5.11, Tactical ... Read More...

Wisport rucksack and pouch

Review Wisport rucksack and pouch By Mark Aspell Wisport is a very popular brand in its native Poland – and is yet to make its name in the UK. Wisport was formed in 1984 and as well as rucksacks and pouche... Read More...

Mora Bushcraft Survival Knife

Review Mora Bushcraft Survival Knife By John Fenna Mora Knives are renowned for being excellent cutting tools at a reasonable price, delivering quality without costing a fortune and therefore proving the i... Read More...

Review – DAJO Survival Knife

Review of the DAJO Survival Knife I'm not a great lover of "survival" knives but have to admit I've found one worthy of the name and WELL worthy of the inexpensive price tag. There is a small instruction ... Read More...

Review – Nordisk Tarp SI L

Review of the Nordisk Tarp SI L  by John Fenna I am always on the lookout for a good tarp, and the Nordisk SI range has much to recommend it. Coming in sizes S (3m x 3m), M (3m x 4.5m) and L (4.5m x 4.5m... Read More...