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Press Release: With the colder months fast approaching, Helinox has an accessory to keep outdoor enthusiasts warm when taking the weight off their feet.

The European Outdoor Group and It’s Great Out There Coalition have shared more findings from their recent consumer research project, which established participation levels of outdoor activities and attitudes to the outdoors in seven countries.

Thursday, 17 September 2020 09:24

Inov-8 launches its toughest ever hiking boot

inov-8 today launched its toughest-ever hiking boot, as tested by former Special Forces operator and two-time Everest summiteer Jay Morton.

The It’s Great Out There Coalition has confirmed the 10 projects that will be supported in the latest round of #itsgreatoutthere grants.

Press Release: Casio Computer Co., Ltd. today announced the Royal Air Force x G-SHOCK GRAVITYMASTER will be the second timepiece to be released as part of G-SHOCK’s partnership with the Ministry of Defence, in a deal brokered by IMG.

Four titles by independent publisher Vertebrate have been selected for the internationally recognised Banff Mountain Book Competition.

Tuesday, 15 September 2020 08:42

Chrome Merino Cobra Hoodie 2

The Chrome Cobra Hoodie 2 comes with a hefty £170 pricetag for a hoody, but is it the ultimate cycling hoodie?

The European Outdoor Group (EOG) has unveiled a new website, designed to be a comprehensive source of reference for the industry and general public, and to provide better resources to the association’s 113 members.

Press Release: New independent research from Spain strongly supports the notion that drinking two concentrated beetroot juice shots before training, can significantly enhance muscle power for trail runners.

James Forrest a journalist and adventurer from Cockermouth, Cumbria,  has set a new record time for a self-supported continuous hike of Alfred Wainwright’s 214 Lake District peaks after completing the 525km (328 miles) peak-bagging feat in 14 days and 11 hours.

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