Wisport Pathfinder Shoulder Bag Review

  If you like adventures and traversing wild terrain like this…   …you can often find that the regular kit isn’t quite tough enough. That’s why people like Wisport make bags like this Pathfinder Shoulder Bag. My friends and I regularly explore the North coast and climb down, past the coastal path before clambering down the cliffs to fish. This bag is perfect for that as it has an adjustable waist belt, which stops it rocking around when you’re walking…

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Bellroy Elements Pocket a Waterproof Leather Wallet Review

  If you are anything like me and love adventuring outdoors, then you will have been frustrated by some of your belongings not being able to stand up to the elements. I recently got a Bellroy Elements Pocket Wallet in the hope it would fit in with my lifestyle perfectly. If you haven’t heard of them before, Bellroy specialise in creating awesome, slim, stylish wallets for all kinds people. Bellroy don’t make anything accept wallets, I love this as it…

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Gore Running Wear Air Windstopper Shirt

  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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Weber Go-Anywhere Portable Charcoal BBQ Review

  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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Walking and Rehyrdating with the Water-To-Go Bottle

  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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