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Review: Fjällräven Keb 52 backpack

Fjällräven is no stranger to us. We reviewed several products in recent years. This summer, I had the opportunity to use the Keb 52 backpack in Scotland. The Keb...

Review: Coleman Kobuk Valley 3 plus tent

The great thing about sleeping in a tent is that you can basically sleep anywhere you want, at least if you have a nice and good tent. A few...

Review: Olight Warrior X USB flashlight

In recent months I have been able to review the Olight Warrior X tactical USB flashlight. I mainly used the lamp during hikes in Scotland, but also at home...

Review Hanwag Belorado II TubeTec GTX

The German shoe brand Hanwag has a shoe that is very interesting for the Dutch terrain, the Belorado 2 TubeTec GTX. This is a low A / B hiking...

Review: Vaude Marwees 500 three season sustainable sleeping bag

I think everyone knows by now how incredibly important a good night's rest is. An essential moment when your body recuperates, mending wear and tear to muscles and joints...

Review: Grisport Anden all-round hiking shoes

Grisport Anden These sturdy all-round hiking shoes (category A / B) have a higher shaft, a good profile and offer extra support. The Anden is equipped with a Vibram sole....

Review: KEEN Venture Mid WP outdoor boot

During our Micro adventure in the Biesbosch, with two new friends which we found through our Facebook promotion, we all wore the Keen Venture shoe. Two of us wore a...

Review: Osprey Exos 58 Blaze Black MD backpack

For the serious hiker The first thing I noticed about the Osprey Exos 58 was not only the size of the backpack but especially how light. With a capacity of...

Review: Jetboil MicroMo 0.8 ltr stove

Jetboil Micro MO Jetboil is one of my best friends during my outdoor activities. I can replace or adapt many of my materials to the type of activity or weather...

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