When it comes to strength, comfort, durability and versatility, there’s no competing with the Alton Ultralight Hammock.This exceptional piece of equipment is a cut above the rest – and not just because we designed it.
From its rugged, tear-resistant materials to its impressive 300kg holding capacity, we’ll explore how thiscamping hammock measures up against competitors and how it will have you rethinking your setup.
How do sleeping bags and quilts compare across the key performance considerations of warmth/temperature regulation, weight/packability, setup/ease of use and, last but not least, sleeping comfort?
We break it all down so that you can see which option is right for you.
Between the warmth, the scenery, and that sweet, smokey flavour, meals are simply more satisfying when cooking on the campfire.
From building the perfect open fire to cooking up a bush brekky favourite, we’ll show you the basics of cooking by campfire, with a tasty recipe to get you started.
Open the gear cupboard of most avid campers and you’ll see them. Down sleeping bags, stuffed and sealed within an inch of their lives - without any room to loft or dry out.
Believe it or not, these are some of the most common mistakes everyday adventures make in storing their sleeping bags and quilts - but it ends here.
Preserve and extend the life of your sleeping bags and quilts with these four storage tips.
When winter rolls around, the wrong equipment can leave you vulnerable to a hammock camper's worst nightmare - ‘cold butt syndrome’.
The secret to avoiding CBS is to create a layer of insulation on your underside that maintains its loft throughout the night.
This can be achieved with an underquilt or a sleeping mat. Find out which option is right for you.