June brings the official calendar start of winter, but that shouldn’t stand in the way of adventure. We’ve found great ways to keep warm outdoors with this useful winter gear.
Don’t let far-flung adventures get in the way of your Americano. These portable coffee gadgets give an unadulterated caffeine fix.
He taught you how to put up a tent, the basics of a braai and instilled that insatiable sense of wanderlust you. Just. Can’t. Shake. Get the best travel gifts for dad this Fathers Day.
So you’ve booked a trip to Botswana, have the rooftop tent and sussed out the best coolers to keep the beers cold. Here are some tips for travelling with a fridge to get the most out of these cool operators.
In the June issue we tested six of the best camping chairs under R600, here are more of our favourite bum-holders that we couldn’t squeeze onto the pages.
You don’t need a 4×4 to own a travel fridge. We tested seven coolers small enough to fit on the back seat of a VW Polo, to see which ones could take the heat.
A tepid cup of coffee will irk even the most intrepid of explorers. These travel mugs have been tested for mobili-tea (I couldn’t resist) and will heat up any outdoor adventure despite the chilly weather.
First Ascent launches a new Inter-connect customized layering system to build your own personalised warmth this winter using inter-connect.
One simple piece of gear can bring you all the comfort from home on your travels – the noble hot water bottle. Warm up your sleeping bag with one of these affordable winter warmers.
Ever heard that up to 40% of your body heat can be lost through your head? Old wives’ tale or not, you won’t be afraid to head outdoors with one of these great winter beanies.