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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 shiny. Don’t worry about the kids, they’ll have numerous other Christmases where they can have their own way. And how could they be disappointed when they see active mummy or daddy’s happy faces as they unwrap one of the following?

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Cold weather equals nice warm cuppas. Alpkit have a couple of mug sets to add that subtle outdoor vibe to your kitchen.

Illustrator Andy Smith is back again this year with another set of limited edition designs. Following on from his monster mugs we now Battle the Elements outdoors. They’ve also put together a set of mugs with our own inspirational message, so once you’ve finished your drink you may just be tempted to Go Nice Places, Do Good Things.

Bike Stem Caps. Add a little individuality to your bike via these colourful stem caps.

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Keyrings. Intricate brass keyrings covering a wide range of oudoor activities. Including the rather fetching Knitted Nuts.

Black Yak Hats. Keep the head warm in style this winter with a great selection of knitted hats.

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Rope Rugs. Remember the times your faithful old rope helped you up those classic climbs, want to repay the favour rather than confining them
to the scrap heap? Well now old ropes are taking retirement as neat products via Green Peak Gear.

Titanium kit for the lightweight savvy outdoor goer, including the quirky Litestix titanium chopsticks. Who said they had everything?

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If you want to give your loved one an extra big warm Christmas hug then you may want to stretch that little further with a Filo goosedown jacket or one of the SkyeHigh
goose-down sleeping bags.

There are plenty more little gifts, from books to, t-shirts to playing cards!

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Dave Roberts

Dave Roberts founded Walk Eryri in 2004, with the aim of providing routes that are off the beaten track. Walk Eryri is now part of Mud and Routes which continues to provide more off beat routes and walks in Snowdonia and beyond. Dave has been exploring the hills of Eryri for over thirty years, and is a qualified Mountain Leader.
Dave also established Walk up Snowdon, Walk up Scafell Pike and Walk up Ben Nevis just to mention a few.

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