Tasmanian Tiger (TT) is well known for its high quality backpacks and those of you who follow my blog, know the wide range of packs TT is offering. Especially in the segment of 12l to 30L there is a wide variety of products to choose from.
It is my pleasure to give you another review by Lazarskyy! Recently she had the opportunity to take a closer look a one of Helikon-Tex’ backpacks: the EDC backpack.
I am happy to present you another review, written by my dear friend and Pine Survey contributor Alzwolf. The last few months he was taking a closer look at Tasmanian Tiger’s TT Secret Cummerbund. Here are his observations: Tasmanian Tiger TT Secret Cummerbund Introduction Welcome to a new review! Lately we’ve had the opportunity to […]
Helikon-Tex Urban Courier Bag L Introduction Back in 2018 I had the opportunity to take a closer look at the Helikon-Tex Urban Courier Bag M. Already back then, I mentioned that there are two sizes, which is plainly visible in the designations M and L of the bags. Having the Medium sized bag in good […]
I have the pleasure to present you another in-depth review by my dear friend and Pine Survey contributor Alzwolf. He took the time to take a closer loo at Tasmanian Tiger’s TT Modular Sling Pack 20. Enjoy! TASMANIAN TIGER – TT MODULAR SLING PACK 20 Introduction Today I am introducing a new piece from Tasmanian […]
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 – […]
I have the pleasure of giving you another review by my dear friend and Pine Survey contributor Alzwolf. He took a closer look at the City Daypack 20 from Tasmaninan Tiger – enjoy! Tasmanian Tiger – TT City Daypack 20 Introduction Welcome to a new review. While we had the opportunity to look at Tasmanian […]
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 […]
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 […]
Another article from the outdoor series, written by my dear friend and Pine Survey contributor Deep Forest. This time he will continue with fire starting, focusing on cotton coal. Cotton coal – a good alternative for tinder? Introduction Sometimes (usually when you need it the most) starting a fire can be really tricky. Improvised starting […]