Back in… like, possibly the spring, I got a new running shirt, a new Air Windstopper Soft Shell Shirt, I was super excited and imediatly went out running in it and photographed it. It’s really awesome and very quickly became a staple of my running wear (I use it every week!) But I totally forgot to write and tell you all about it….. until now!   So how did this shirt make it into my daily running wardrobe? Well……

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  I’m calling it and saying summer is here. The evenings go on forever its only raining several times a week and some days are actually warm. Due to this change of season I’ve bought myself a brand spanking new (and rather posh) new barbeque. When it comes to barbeques, there is only really one brand that I associate with top of the range. That brand is Weber, so being a man who likes the finer things in life I…

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  This week I went out for another Cornish winter walk to soak up a bit of the non-rainy weather and to test out my new Water-to-Go bottle. Compared to a lot of the weather recently it was gorgeous, totally stunning with only 60% or so cloud coverage – pretty much tropical! We stomped through the countryside spotting wildlife, livestock, mud and other such bumpkiness (I’m pretty sure I just invented that word – someone make sure I get credit…

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  The first thing that strikes you about the Liberate Headphones by House of Marley is there awesome styling and attention to detail. As the brand lives up to Bob Marley’s vision of sustainability, humanity, authenticity and integrity, they try and use recycled and reclaimed materials. The headband is made from recycled aluminum and carry case and headband cushion is a fabric which is weaved from organic cotton, reclaimed hemp and recycled plastic bottles. It’s not often that you can…

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  Bronzemoon outdoors is a website that is becoming vastly terrible for my bank balance, I’ve recently had another impulse-buy in the shape of the Bushmaster Survival Axe. I’ve always been a big fan of bushcraft and survival specialists like Ray Mears and Bear Grylls; this axe definitely looks like something they would use. Unfortunately / fortunately I don’t travel around barren landscapes like they do, but I do enjoy a bit of wild camping and alike. As you can…

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  What’s that graphic novels are for geeks? Well maybe some, but not all! Anyway aren’t geeks suppose to be cool now anyway? I love graphic novels, the best ones are sublime, page after page of beautiful art and story telling. If you haven’t ever read one, then you seriously need to pick one out of this list and have a look. Yeah sure there are some nerdish graphic novels out there but none of the books on this list…

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  Am I a big kid? No way, what are you talking about! Now check out these awesome Lego Minifigures…   Lego minifigures are released in sets of 16 and I think that there have been about 10 or so series released so far. So they’ve covered loads of different characters. I just wish I had more money to spend on them! They definitely get my urge to collect and hoard stuff going.

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  If your Man Cave is anything like mine, you’ve got a few books laying around. Now what you need is a styling and cool method of storing them.   BOOM! problem solved:  

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  I recently decided to get into cycling a bit more and buy a mountain bike. I wanted something that was half decent but didn’t want to spend a fortune. (I don’t think it’s ever really a good idea to spend a fortune on a new hobby) So trying to save a pretty penny, I opted for 2nd hand. It is tricky buying a used bike as you end up having quite a limited selection to choose from, after you’ve…

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These soft lures are deadly to all predatory fish. I often catch Bass and Pollock on them and even a John Dory earlier this year. They have a fantastic swimming action and come in two sizes 12.5cm/23g and 16cm/42g. I mainly use the small size which are great for spinning from the shore and the kayak, from the kayak they also work very well when trolling. The large ones can do all the same but are really good for vertical…

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