2-Person 3-Season Tents
The balance of space, weather performance and packability makes this a versatile size of tent. We've been using seven different models; each has its pros and cons.
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Whether it's a weekend or a month away, rucksacks ranging from 50-70 litres should cover most needs. The 14 models on test here include both smaller lightweight packs and gear guzzling titans.
It's not the last word in ultralight, says Dan Bailey, but for its weight you'd struggle to find a sturdier or more spacious solo tent than the S10 Sigma.
This one-person mountain tent is lightweight, yet reliable in demanding conditions. With its durable construction it should offer many years of service, reckons Alex Roddie - but it could do with more vents.
A super-light sleeping bag of high quality goose down - this half kilo bag is not cheap, but it's hard to beat in terms of...
Sarah Stirling tests three general purpose 30-40 litre rucksacks priced around £90-£100: the 30 litre Marmot Myrina, 32 litre...
Alan James and his son, Sam, test out and review the big daddy of Lightwave's Trek range of tents - the G30 Trek XT.
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The UKC/UKH team have just returned from the final OutDoor show at Friedrichshafen. We saw hundreds of innovative, colourfuland exciting new products and in this roundup you can see some of the best products in the camping category:
The UKC team recently returned from the annual gear-fest that is OutDoor Friedrichshafen. Below are some video interviews with brand representatives, who talked us through the key features of their latest creations in camping gear.
A range of general purpose rucksacks suitable for day trips, from 10 to 40 litres in volume, and priced from £45-£150.
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