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Therm-a-rest is well known for their excellent lightweight and insulated self-inflating mats, but did you know they did other items, such as the Honcho Poncho?
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8
Quality
10
PROS:
  • The Honcho Poncho is a versatile bit of kit for insulating you from the cold.
CONS:
  • A little pricey but you get what you pay for.
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We give the Ordnance Survey's OS Maps system a try, and are really impressed. View our guide to using OS Maps.
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Easy to use
8
Practicality
8
Value for Money
9
PROS:
  • Provides any OS Maps in the palm of your hand (subscription required).
  • View and follow routes made by others.
  • Record or plan your own routes.
  • Download maps and routes to use offline (subscription required).
CONS:
  • Not as intuitive as it could be to find routes, but you can soon work it out.
  • The place search doesn't work with things like hill and mountain names, which is a shame.
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Here's a neat little gadget for cleaning those muddy boots: the boot buddy.
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We test out the PACMAT - a family picnic rug that claims to be waterproof, lightweight, and easy to fit in your bag.
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7
Quality
10
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • Light, compact, and beautiful design.
CONS:
  • A little pricey.
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We test HiTec's family walking boots. They all claim to be waterproof. We just had to test that out! The child boots are meant to grow with their feet too.
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10
Comfort
10
Value for Money
10
Comfort
10
PROS:
  • Comfortable.
  • Waterproof.
  • Great grips.
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We test out a couple of Thermos flasks designed to keep food warm: the Thermos Stainless King and the FUNtainer.
£18.75
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We put the En Route 65 backpack to the test, both in outdoor use and for travelling.
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Value for Money
10
Features
10
Quality
10
PROS:
  • A great 65L backpack from a brand you wouldn't expect.
  • Lots of storage pockets.
  • Rain Cover.
  • Adjustable back.
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The Eco Vessel Boulder claims to keep liquids cold for 36 hours or hot for 8. We've been testing it out for the last few months.
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£3.99
Value for Money
6.5
Quality
10
PROS:
  • We found the Eco Vessel Boulder flask kept to its promises of keeping liquids warm and cold. And it didn't leak.
CONS:
  • You need to shop around to find one at a good price. The cheapest we found was £9-10 but we did also find someone selling one for £68!
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We test out the insulated Kids Hale Boots with a good splash in a cold stream.
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7.5
Quality
10
Family Friendly
9.5
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The Craghoppers Lena is now my new favourite jacket. Great to throw on when getting out with the kids!
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10
Quality
9
Features
9
PROS:
  • The Craghoppers Lena is a fantastic jacket to throw on and keep the wind and cold out. It looks good too.
CONS:
  • Only a minor point, but did spot some stitching coming undone on the velcro around the cuff. However, this hasn't been a problem and the jacket itself performs great.
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We test out the Water to Go filtration system. A water bottle with a built-in filter that's supposed to even filter out bacteria and viruses, but does it?
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£27.99
Value for Money
6
Quality
5
PROS:
  • In theory, a way to top up water from streams.
CONS:
  • We found the black bottle hard to squeeze.
  • The filter won't remove 100%.
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LittleLife have created another great toddler daysack. This time, it's a Gruffalo!
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Value for Money
10
Family Friendly
10
Features
9
Quality
10
PROS:
  • A good quality toddler or small child fun backpack.
  • Includes parent reins.
  • Machine washable too.
CONS:
  • None found so far.
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What is an Osprey Tempest 20? A day sack designed for women and girls. We take it on the hills to give it a test.
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£20.00
Value for Money
9
Quality
10
Features
10
Family Friendly
10
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Here are a couple of really useful clothes when going outdoors. They are also approved for DofE expeditions.
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A BUFF® is a surprisingly useful item to take in your kit bag. We also got creative with a few different ways you can wear or use a BUFF®.
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Looking for some trousers you can use around town and outdoors with the kids? We test out the popular Craghoppers Kiwi Stretch Fit trousers.
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9.5
Quality
9.5
PROS:
  • Very comfortable and the stretch fit means they fit well.
  • Great for outdoors with the kids and uptown too!
CONS:
  • None found so far.
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Always looking for new places to take the kids, we test out the ViewRanger app.
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9.3/10

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We test out some Superfeet insoles. These make hiking a little bit easier on your feet, which is a good thing :-)
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Comfort
10
Quality
10
Value for Money
8
PROS:
  • Great support to your feet, especially for long hikes.
CONS:
  • None found so far.
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We give some kids hiking socks from Wigwam a test. We cover why you should get special socks for hiking and what to look for when buying them.
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We give the Kozi Kidz Smidig Gilet a test now that we're heading into Autumn.
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£15.56
Value for Money
10
Quality
10
Features
10
Family Friendly
10
PROS:
  • A great mid-layer or outer layer when not as cold.
  • Folds up to keep in your bag until needed.
CONS:
  • None
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Garmin's handled held GPS series, from the eTrex 10 starter to the eTrex 20 and 30 with mapping capabilities are great for Geocaching. We gave the eTrex 10 a try.
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PROS:
  • Rugged. These are more likely to survive if your kids drop it than your phone.
CONS:
  • The basic model is very basic. The more expensive version with colour maps is more useful.
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The Berghaus Freeflow is designed to make hiking with a bag more confortable and avoids 'sweaty back syndrome'. We take a closer look.
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Bothy bags are handy shelters you can use to get out of the wind and the rain. Useful from emergencies to somewhere to eat your sarnies.
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Quality
10
Value for Money
10
PROS:
  • An essential item to have on you when taking your family into the hills or mountains.
  • Useful item for just providing shelter to young kids when the wind is cold.
CONS:
  • None.
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The LittleLife Runabout is a great range of backpacks for little ones, with added control for adults. Highly recommended.
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Family Friendly
10
Quality
10
PROS:
  • This is a great little backpack for toddlers. It gets them used to carrying their own stuff and is just the right size for a small toy, some snacks, or crayons and paper. The addition of built-in parent reins and harness makes it easier to hold onto them in busy places without them 'feeling like a baby'.
CONS:
  • None. This is a great bag for toddlers and very small children.
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