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Is Merino Wool the Best for Outdoor Sportswear?
Merino wool is much finer and softer than regular wool. It is grown by Merino sheep that graze the highlands of Australia and New Zealand. The sheep have developed the softest and finest fleece. They can withstand temperatures ranging from -25°C to +35°C . With modern spinning technology and fiber treatments, merino wool makes for outstanding fabrics that outclass materials such as cotton or synthetics on all fronts. Merino wool brings style, comfort and performance together in perfect harmony. Thermo Regulating Merino wool is fashion's natural climate regulating system. The breathing qualities of the fabric hold great advantages when it comes to...
Clothing & Gear Tips for Hot-Weather Hiking
Winter months in UAE are precious. Some of us go camping every weekend to enjoy the maximum of cool weather in the desert or mountains. Some of us are just starting to explore outdoors and are not sure what to pack for weekend camping trips. So here we have drafted a checklist for a perfect camp preparation. If you don't have the items already, go check out our store :)
Water Bladder Tips- How to Keep Water Cool
Nothing beats a cool & refreshing sip of water while hiking/running in blistering heat and sauna like humidity. Here are a few quick tips to keep the water cool in the water bladder: 1. Add plenty ice cubes in the water bladder just before the activity. 2. Fill up the bladder half full, put it in freeze for over night; fill up the 2nd half before the activity. This helps to keep the water cool/cold throughout the training/hiking. Remember to wrap the bladder with a towel to keep the bag/vest dry from condensation. 3. Use insulation cover for bladder bag...
How to Care a Tent
Tent Care During Setup Look for an established campsite. This key Leave No Trace principle should lead you to setup spots that are smooth, level and relatively free of vegetation. After that, you only need to clear away debris ( twigs, small rocks) that could poke a hole in your tent floor. Use a footprint. A footprint protects your tent floor from abrasion and provides a clean surface where you can pack up your tent. Go slow with the poles. Don’t whip a pole around, trying to snap its shockcorded sections into place. You can chip a section and weaken the pole—or...