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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Hydro Flask Coffee Mug Review & Fatyak Hönö Sledge Review

You may have noticed but it’s been rather chilly recently. Over the snowy period, we were completely stuck and couldn’t drive anywhere. During one of the snow days, when neither of us could get to work, we decided we had to get to our friends place to go sledging. It was a pretty darn chilly day but we wrapped up in some serious layers, packed our bags and headed off. I was wearing my new Teva boots and Vicky her…

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Didriksons Celine Women’s Parka Review

Just under two years ago, I got the Edge Women’s Jacket by Didriksons, which I have been wearing non-stop since then. As I mentioned previously in that review, Didriksons always create such great quality clothing, so I decided, as the weather was getting pretty wet and cold, it was time for something even thicker and suitable for this climate. Obviously, Didriksons was the first choice for this. The Women’s Celine Parka by Didriksons is such a fantastic coat, which has…

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Columbia Men’s Deschutes River Heavyweight Flannel Shirt Review

You may have read last month’s review of the Columbia Powder Lite Hooded Jacket. If you have, you will know how much I like the Columbia brand and the clothes they make. This is one of the reasons that I chose the Men’s Columbia Deschutes River Heavyweight Flannel Shirt which I’m going to review for you here: A main feature of the Deschutes shirt is the twin check pockets and the wooden effect buttons. I think the shirt has a…

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Safe Seasonal Travels Walking (Infographic)

As a Cornishman, I thoroughly recommended the Cornish Coastpath trail in the infographic below! There’s the trail from Perranuthnoe to Porthleven, but from my experience of hiking around, you can make your route even better by extending it from Perranuthnoe. Later on, I’ll let you in on some personal preferences, when you head down towards Sennen or even Landsend. Although, as a general note, Cornish coastal paths are pretty muddy during the winter months, so be sure to be equipped…

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