Review: Carinthia – G-LOFT® Ultra Hoodie

Carinthia Pro – G-LOFT® Ultra Hoodie Introduction Writing about a product of Carinthia is actually a novelty on Pine Survey. Despite me being from the same state, and visiting their booth several times during IWA, we never actually talked about a review cooperation. With the G-LOFT® Ultra Hoodie, this will finally change. While most people might […]

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Review: Giena Tactics – Navigator Pants

Giena Tactics – Navigator Pants Introduction Readers of Pine Survey might be already familiar with Giena Tactics – an interesting Russian company based in Novosibirsk, which specialises in military and outdoor gear and apparel. Thanks to some engaging conversations during IWA, I had the opportunity to already take a closer look at their Strider anorak […]

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Outdoor Series – The Cooking Pit

It is a pleasure for me to present you yet another article from the Outdoor Series. As always, my dear friend and Pine Survey contributor Deep Forest took a closer look on a topic, that might come in handy for you, when being out in the wild. Cooking without a pot the Neolithic way – […]

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Field Test – Multicam Tropic

Field Test – Multicam Tropic Introduction For a very long time now, I have been asked on a regular basis to do a field test of Multicam Tropic. Easier said than done, since the pattern is actually not that easy to get in Europe and also because I cannot jump on any pattern my readers […]

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Review: Tasmanian Tiger Modular Hip Bag

Tasmanian Tiger – TT Modular Hip Bag Introduction Fanny bags, hip bags (or whatever one might call them these days) have made a significant comeback in the last few years. For a long time ridiculed as an embarrassing blast from the past – especially the 80s, their practicality and versatility made them reappear with almost […]

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Urban Camouflage: Phantomleaf WASP II Z4

Phantomleaf Wasp II – Z4 Introduction Urban camouflage is an underrepresented topic outside of military circles. And while there are many patterns out there, commercially available and/or developed by government research centers for the military, not that many of them have been fielded. I have written about PenCott Metropolis in the past, also covering several […]

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