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Buying Guides, Camping, Hiking, Tents, Walking

Amazing Summer Sale Top Picks

Don’t say that we never give you anything! With the camping season in full swing, we’re bringing you our amazing summer sale, packed to the brim with unbelievable savings on a huge...

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How To Fix Broken Fibreglass Tent Poles

You might think that a broken tent pole spells disaster for your tent. Well, it’s not great news admittedly, but you don’t need to cancel that camping holiday just yet, and you...

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Buying Guides, Camping, Tents

Festival Tents Buying Guide

If there’s one thing you’re definitely going to need if you’re going to a music festival this summer, it’s a tent. Obviously you need plenty of other bits and pieces as well, but a...

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Polycotton Tents Buying Guide

Unless you’re an experienced camper who keeps on top of all the latest industry developments and has a good understanding of all the various terms and jargon thrown around, then we can...

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6 Reasons You Need To Buy A Tent Footprint

Whether you’re purchasing a tent that’s £150 or £1500, a tent footprint can save you time, effort and, more importantly, keep an essential part of your tent protected....

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The Best Tents To Buy In 2017

Anyone that has been camping before will know that the quality of a tent can make or break a trip. If your tent is unstable, no longer waterproof or is missing tools or parts, it can lead...

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Buying Guides, Hiking, Walking

Walking & Trekking Poles Buying Guide

When out walking or hiking, it’s not uncommon to come across plenty of people using walking poles. But why do people use them? Is it just to complete the hiking look? Well, some may buy...

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The Layering System – How To Layer Clothing

Most people have some kind of idea of what layering clothing is about – if it’s cold, you put more layers on to keep warm; if it’s warm, you wear fewer layers to stay cool....

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