Campfire Cookery Christmas Gifts From Primus

It’s that time of year again – the Christmas season is definitely here and that means present purchasing! If there is an outdoor adventurist in your life, you may be racking your brains on what to get for them. I’ve gathered four great pieces of gear from Primus that I personally use and love. These would make awesome gifts for anyone who loves spending time outdoors – cooking, eating or drinking. In fact, they would even make brilliant presents for…

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8K Flexwarm Heated Hooded Jacket Review

I’ve reviewed lots of coats and jackets here on Wild Tide but I’ve never reviewed a jacket like the Men’s Heated Hoodie by 8K Flexwarm. What makes this jacket so incredible is that it is self heating and actually creates heat to keep you warm. So, when I was offered the opportunity create this review, I lept at the chance. 8K Flexwarm have provided a heated jacket for review, but as always all views and opinions expressed in this review…

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Coleman Cobra 2 Two Man Lightweight Tent Review

My go-to tent for camping is normally the Coleman Rocky Mountain 5. It’s a spacious, brilliant and feature filled tent that is awesome for camping holidays. It is however pretty massive – inside and sometimes you just need something a little lighter. Well the Coleman Cobra 2 Two Man Lightweight Tent is actually more than six times lighter. The Coleman Cobra is a lightweight tent that comes in both a two and three man variations. I’ve got the Coleman Cobra…

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Helly Hansen Vanir+ 35L Backpack Review

For our trip to Vietnam and in particular our trip to go trekking in the Sapa mountains and valleys, I had got a new mid-size hiking pack the Helly Hansen Vanir+ 35L Backpack. This excellent 35L pack is perfect for weekends or shorter periods on the trail or as carry on luggage for flights. We had taken bigger 60 litre backpacks for our trip to Vietnam, but for our time in Sapa we decided to downsize and both share this…

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Tilley LTM6 Airflo Hat and Tilley T3 Wanderer Hat Review

One of the best parts of the build up to a new adventure is planning what you’re going to do, packing your kit and sorting out any new gear or clothing you may need. Every time I go through this process, I can feel the excitement growing and I become desperate to set off on our travels. For our recent trip to Vietnam, we already had most of the kit we would need. One thing we didn’t have, however, was…

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