The UKC team recently returned from the annual gear-fest that is OutDoor Friedrichshafen. In this final selection of videos we take a look at some of the new rucksacks and camping gear set to hit the shops in 2016. If you're looking for a new sleeping bag or backpack, then some of these might be of interest.
Below are some video interviews with brand representatives, who talked us through the key features of their latest rucksack and camping creations.
Lowe Alpine Cholatse 55 RRP £110
Available from 35l up to 75l. Air-ventilation system, top and bottom opening and hydration compatibility.
Lowe Alpine Eclipse 25 RRP £75
A multi-function day pack with an updated back system ideal for hiking, biking or climbing.
Gregory Alpinisto 35 RRP £135
A pack with a thermo-formed back which comes in three sizes, complete with lumbar pads.
Blue Ice - Pack Range
A completely redesigned range including day packs, alpine and mountaineering packs.
Arc'teryx Cierzo Packs RRP ££65-£85
Multi-pitch, rock climbing pack available in 18 or 28l volumes.
Sea to Summit - Comfort Plus Mat RRP £170
A comfortable sleeping mat which distributes your weight equally.
Sea to Summit X Pots RRP £50
A range of collapsible cooking pots.
Primus Lite + RRP £110
A small, compact and fuel efficient stove.
Mountain Equipment Aurora Range RRP £160
Premium fill synthetic sleeping bags ideal for harsh conditions.
Marmot Quark Sleeping Bag RRP £300
A bag offering more warmth for less down with a bodymapped synthetic layer underneath.
Brunton All Night
An accessory for Go-Pro cameras - providing extra battery power and a headlamp.
Montane Ultra Alpine 38+5 RRP £150
A pack designed alongside Andy Kirkpatrick. Available Spring/Summer 16.