Aquapac Noatak Wet & Dry Bag – separate your sweaters and those mouldy sandwiches

Noatak Wet & Dry Bag

You've probably been on picnics, or hikes, where the weather doesn't cooperate and you're left scrambling to collect leftovers in the rain. Then, you have to hump everything home. When you get back - you find that there are bits of cake in your clothes, salad in your socks and your pullover is soaked in wine. Noatak believes it has a better way of rapid packing stuff that is … [Read more...]

Put extra Ping in your Pong – 100% Carbon Fibre Table Tennis Paddle

Carbotec 100

Pull out this carbon fibre table tennis paddle from Donic-Schildkr√∂t and strike fear into your opponent. It's black, sleek and almost stealth looking. Tell them that this Carbotec bat was born from years of military research - used extensively during Desert Storm. Psyche them out of the game - even if you can't play. Then, if you actually can play, this is supposed to help … [Read more...]

Cut the Cable – Jabra Sport Bluetooth Stereo Headset

Jabra Sport bluetooth headst

Yes, it's running earphones day! Check out our previous post on running earphones with the Sennheiser CX680i. If you are looking for a pair of running earphones, this could be your best bet. The Jabra Sport bluetooth stereo headset is a pair of earphones for running and other sweaty sports that comes with 'Military Grade' rain, dust and shock protection (whatever that … [Read more...]

Running Earphones – Sennheiser CX 680i

Sennheiser CX680i Sports Earphones

If you're looking for the best running earphones, you have a lot more choice now than there used to be. However, defining 'best' is going to be a personal experience, since no two ears are exactly alike and manufacturers are trying to hedge their bets by making earphones that adapt to a variety of different sports activities. At the very least, the best sport earphones … [Read more...]

Wearable Hydration Pack – Hi Gear Aqua Compact

Aqua Compact Hydration Pack

Rather than clipping a bottle to your belt, how about wearing your water? Here's an especially good hydration pack for running - the Hi Gear Aqua Compact Hydration Pack. Even if you're not a long-distance runner, triathlete, or hiking in the Outback, having 1.5 litres of water evenly distributed across your body could be a far more comfortable experience than lugging it … [Read more...]

Blister Free Socks Guaranteed – the Wright Sock

The Wright Sock

The Wright Sock Rather than buying hiking sock liners, why not get a double layer sock that is blister free? The Wright Sock are blister free socks - guaranteed by the company - that come in a variety of types for different applications. There are hiking socks, running socks, walking socks - in different colours, thicknesses and materials - to suit different … [Read more...]

Wolverine Fulcrum Hiking Boot puts a spring in your step

Wolverine Fulcrum ICS Boot

For many, hiking is synonymous with chafing. And Trail Mix. I know I'd rather have the latter. Getting a good boot to fit is the first step. Breaking it in, the next thousand. Not so, apparently, with the Wolverine Fulcrum. The company boasts that it contains the Wolverine ICS (individual comfort system) - nice name. What this means in reality is that there's a small gel … [Read more...]