Brand Introduction The 5.11 brand was born out of the outdoor industry – it all started when climber Royal Robbins felt his pants were not up to scratch. The name 5.11 is derived from the toughest climb possible in the Yosemite National Park, Yosemite Decimal System which was developed by Robbins. The hard wearing pants
Author: Nathaniel Woods
Brand Introduction Many of you would have heard of Triple Aught Design or TAD, and be familiar with some of their popular designs like the FAST Pack Litespeed or EDC. TAD has long been associated with high quality military inspired and targeted designs, both packs and clothing. Triple Aught Design specifically aims to engineer clothing
When on the lookout for the perfect pack we are not looking for a monogamous relationship. No, we are looking for The Perfect Pack for the situation. There are innumerous reasons for carrying a pack; from traveling the globe to making the commute to work, from running a special operation in the Andes to running
This iconic pack ticks so many boxes, practical, quality materials, organised, plenty of pockets, aesthetically pleasing, modular, I could go on, but I think I have highlighted a decent number of these features above. The Rush 24 would perform as well out hunting or on a European holiday as it would being the ultimate nappy bag (Im talking to you stay-at-home dads), Or all three if you are awesome.
New to the pack world, Arktype have launched a small, full featured EDC pack – we got our hands on one for a review.
Nathaniel takes a look at the VertX EDC Ready pack, a crowd favourite in the daily carry world.
My interest in EDC and ultimately bags probably came fairly young, and likely stems from my love of camping. As a kid I used to pack a ‘camping’ ready kit into different shoe boxes. Little bits and pieces more than serious camp equipment. I found a pack of Australian native bush food cards, a bic