Are you confused by hiking and backpacking backpacks fabric jargon? Whether you prefer ultralight or heavy-duty packs, you will find the terminology decoded here, so keep reading.
Various brands and tent manufacturers use different terminology for basically the same tent frame design. This may be confusing for those who are new in the outdoor activity, and the purpose of this text is to help in this regard.
If you are familiar with the tents industry, then you have probably seen the phrases like 4-season tents and 4th-season tents. This can be confusing because some manufacturers use these phrases carelessly.
Backpacking implies carrying lots of stuff for outdoor sleeping, and in the case of families this becomes even more complicated. So is it really doable? Find out here.
This was a question asked in a Facebook group by a person who was preparing for his Alta Via 1 trip in the Italian Dolomites. Some advises from the group members were really surprising.
It is a simple fact that condensation in a tent cannot be avoided. It can be reduced if a tent has vents and in favorable weather conditions, but this is a natural phenomenon that happens practically all the time.
Tents’ floors are either bathtub or catenary type, so which is better? Find out here, both types are discussed in detail.
Osprey has launched yet another group of packs that belong to their UNLTD series. They are under the name Osprey UNLTD AG 32 packs, and they are very expensive. So the question is, are they worth it?
In case you did not know, there is a new Osprey Exos & Eja Pro Backpacks series on the market. So what makes it so exciting? Keep reading.
I just came from my usual evening walk, and this happened to be in the worst possible weather situation with wet snow and rain combined, with completely wet and muddy ground. So how did my clothing and boots perform?