Accidentally finding a haul of oyster mushrooms or stumble across a maitake is the best feeling you can have in the woods with your trousers on.
The ferro rod is a survival essential, giving you the power of fire, even in the wet. It’s long lasting and easy to carry too.
Of the many “sexy subjects” in the world of survival and travelling in remote areas, the humble saw is one of the most underrated.
A versatile survival tool, knives give us the ability to process food, make tools, open our sarnies and the big one, MAKE FIRE.
We take a closer look back pack – the thing keeping all your gear in one place. We take a look at what to put in your pack.
I’m the guy who goes to your wedding in cargo pants and wearing “technical” clothing.
It is habitual to pack out my pockets and is just a way of life.
It’s easy to feel safe when things go well but our reliance on technology and comforts can get us in trouble when things go wrong.