One of Teva’s cheapest sandals. They served me well for many, many kilometers. But when they’re wet the inner sole becomes as slippery as ice.
How well does modern equipment outside of lab tests? Marching to trough the mountains or cycling to the other side of the continent is a lot different than bounce-tests.
Osmand saved my life, no kidding. A navigation app using OpenStreetMaps. It features the most detailed offline maps I have seen so far.
A great head lamp in design, but unfortunately it fails to deliver. It has an active callback because of the battery being unstable during charging.
Originally made for the farmers in rural France, it is now used everywhere in the world. A simple, durable, cheap and beautiful knife.
♪♪ Pump it Up! Pump it Up! ♪♪
Fixing a flat almost becomes fun, with a quality pump.
Bicycle Bags on a Budget; Make your donkey useful.
The Campingaz Bleuet 206 stove can be considered an old-timer from the time that products were meant to last. You won’t be able to get any replacement parts anymore, but you also won’t have to. This stove will last you a lifetime.
At more than 1500km with 17+kg of luggage the only one complaining is me, not the bike. The Triban 100 is priced like a supermarket-bicycle, but actually performs.
For those nights where you expect dew, a shower, or even a storm. This tarp made by DD Hammocks will provide the shelter you need. It being much more versatile, less heavy and more open than a tent should spike interest at everyone who loves being in the outdoors.