Wow. These guys are still going. Heat added. Got one of their bags from 25 years back. Still good as new.
absolutely, wash at 30 degrees keeps the bag clean.
A silk liner.....a top tip....
Great price, wish one of these had been available at this price when I was looking to buy 6 months ago. Ok, so only 650 fp, but can't see you getting 800+ for this sort of money. Comfort rating of -2C makes this usable in all but the worst conditions. it's hydrophobic down, so will be practical in damp conditions (down being useless at keeping you warm when it's damp) Tip: get a silk liner (tiny and light) to go with it so you only wash the bag when you absolutely have to... will extend it's usable life. Hot! Edit: An alternative would be a Vango Venom 600 sleeping bag. £160 from here: https://www.outdoorgear.co.uk/Vango-Venom-600-Down-Sleeping-Bag-sku52412902.asp Similar spec to the Rab for a little les money.
I hope not
I have that sleeping bag (Aegismax aegis mini) it's very good, but not comparable to this one. I'd say it's good as a summer sleeping bag, the only time I have used it 3 seasons and have been comfortable has been with high end 4 season gear (mattress, liner, base layers). But it depends on so many factors. For a comparable Aegismax product, you'd need to look at something along the lines of the aegis d series, maybe the aegis D2.
https://www.cotswoldoutdoor.com/p/osprey-quasar-28-rucksack-E2114616.html Quasar 28 for £38.40.
Excellent backpack and extremely comfy. You can neevr go wrong with an osprey bag
https://www.trekitt.co.uk/9246/products/osprey-nebula-34-robust-red.aspx Nebula in red Still in stock.
It's certainly an option, thanks for sharing! Not an option I'm interested in mind you, they Osprey bags are a very different proposition.. but more choice is always good :)
This sort of quality outdoor gear never gets heat. I posted this at 150 once, incredible deal. No heat. Its a brilliant piece of kit though. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/osprey-poco-ag-child-carrier-150-blacks-2496928?page=1#comments-last
But are you familiar with quantum sarcasm?
Not familiar with sarcasm are you fella
Always go down (er, hum) further than the advertised comfort range if you're taking a 'lady' with you and it's -3. Mine uses both four season sleeping bags -whilst I make do with whatevers left, lol - especially if you're an old fart like me - comfort zone ratings are generally rubbish gauges of comfort.
Two problems with those points. One, you only get one or two nights for your £179, this sleeping bag could last thousands. Two, one of the main reasons it's expensive is because it performs exceptionally well in the cold weather, at 0 degrees you will be perfectly comfortable.And I love a nice hotel holiday every now and then, but it's not any better than home, and nothing comes close to this:
But for £179 I could sleep in a nice warm hotel room, out of the cold.
Still available in Blue https://www.trekitt.co.uk/34009/products/osprey-trillium-duffel-65-vega-blue.aspx
I have the 30l version of this and it's great for weekends away if I pack light. I'm not sure if I'd like to carry the 65l on one shoulder strap but as you can wear it across the body it may be comfortable enough.
Not buy, but a nice look bag. Heat.
Great deal, though 65l is going to be a be weighty when full.
?????? I have a pair of these boots and use them frequently fell walking in the Lake District. They are normally available around the £120 mark so this is a reasonable price. I am deeply puzzled how this can be voted cold. If you go onto the winter fells with something bought from Poundland on your feet it is really quite likely you are going to meet the local mountain rescue group. These, on the other hand ( or foot ), will deal with any conditions and surface thrown at them.
I think it's because they were £85 last week from field and trek
Voted cold? This place wouldn't know quality if it kicked them up the arse. Anyway, good price for a decent pair of boots. Salomon also do a 2yr warranty.
Decent price as is but GO will possibly do their usual price match and drop 10% (size depending if in stock.) So maybe under £95.
nice boot. i bought them recently and they are proving their worth already- i would recomend them
Your welcome very please with mine too, amazing the detail put into them
got mine today - great bag. thanks to the op
Just got mine this morning, so well thought out, even inner pockets for mini pumps, scratch proof pocket material, and lots and lots of outer pockets, a key clip, Really good thought has gone into this bag Very haopy
thanks - just ordered.... now only 1 left
3 sold 3 to go
That's annoying now £41.40 delivered
yeah its only big enough for spare kit: pump, inner tube, a few tools, sandwich chrisp, a waterproof, long sleeve top and 2-3 Litres of water..
Not a bad price, big fan of Osprey. Keep in mind it's a pretty small backpack so don't expect to use it for work unless you don't have to carry much at all. Otherwise great if it's what you need. Got the Escapist myself :)
ah... didn't spot that. Their small are UK 3-6 according to the inov-8.com website, which isn't much use to me!
Might be good work socks as well. Only small available, how small are small?
i got the green one but my wife doesnt like it- anyone interested- green size l
dam cancelled my order
:( sad times
Now showing as out of stock :-(
Seems only 1 of each in stock, I only wanted 2 pairs
Back in stock should be unexpired
out of stock
Cheers op, ordered a pair
Loads of other great deals on Trekkitt as well
Brown is available in small only:-[image missing]
They are also doing the men's version for the same price but only in XL. Two extreme ends :p But hey, if it fits.. :D[image missing]
darnit !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Been looking for one of these for years. Missed the great price :( :( :(
rah-wear, great to go with your jack wills trackies and your bow-legged causing ugg boots.
north face massif vest looks much better
3 bottles of Old Thumper and the magnificence of Super Mario
+1 Rab have some great gear.