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OneTigris Tetra 130 vs 160

The OneTigris Tetra is a single pole tent designed for wild-camping, backpacking and bushcraft. There are two editions of this tent – the Tetra 130 and the...

What to look for in a budget action camera

When it comes to capturing your adventures, action cameras are the way to go. They are small, portable and can withstand harsh weather conditions. However, not...

Akaso Ek7000 vs Akaso Ek7000 Pro

The AKASO EK7000 and EK7000 Pro are two of the best budget action cameras on the market today, but what’s the difference between them? We decided to do...

3F UL Taiji 2 vs Floating Cloud 2

3F UL Gear, have a growing fan-base – their tents are well built and good value for money. Many backpackers and wild-campers use 3F’s trekking pole...

Naturehike Bear 2 tent

Is it a tent? Is it a shelter? No, it’s both… kind of. The Naturehike Bear 2 tent (or Naturehike Bear UL2 as it’s also known) is a single skin dome...

Budget camping hammock setups

Hammock camping is a fabulous way to camp and is growing in popularity. There’s a mind-boggling number of setup options out there, so we thought...

Budget 2 person wild-camping tents

If you’re in the market for a tent for wild-camping and you have a limited budget, this article is for you. As you’re probably aware, there are...

Naturehike Cloud Peak 2 – updated

The Naturehike Cloud Peak 2 has been around a while now and it’s proving to be a really popular tent. It is a spacious, freestanding, two door dome tent...

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