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Alpkit Airlok Drybag Review

Exped have long been the first port of call for reliable drybags, with many alternative offerings not quite good enough. The Airloks from direct sellers Alpkit however go some way to redressing that balance. The Alpkit Airloks are a lightweight drybag, which means they’re not designed to be as durable as your typical drybag, and …

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Xmas Gift Ideas From Alpkit

Alpkit, it seems do a fair bit more these days than just the best value sleeping bags money can buy. Here’s a selection of the quirky, to the essential kit for the outdoorsy person in your life. Yes, admit it, you’re just reading this as you want to treat yourselves to a bit more shiny …

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Alpkit Gourdon 20 Review

Compared to a few other 20l packs I’ve used, the Gourdon is cavernous. There’s just no way that this pack and the 20l sea to summit sil pack for instance are the same internal volume. It is also very basic in design, which means that Alpkit have eschewed all the unnecessary toggles, cordage and what-nots that nobody …

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Alpkit Pipedream 200

This is a novel sleeping bag. At only 460g. This will be ideal for use in youth hostels and bothys, and probably camping and bivvying too. It achieves this impossible balance of weight, price and performance by only having the down in the lower half of the bag. The upper is just a pertex vest …

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