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Our First Clothes

We are pleased to present the first set of clothes in our store here on the website. Our first collection consists of garments with carefully selected materials that work well both in everyday life and on adventures in the wild. The basis for a good outdoor garment is the material. It was therefore one of the most important criteria when we chose these garments. In the collection you will therefore find materials such as the wonderful Tri-Blend, polyester and airlume combed ring-spun cotton in various combinations. Light, soft and airy materials that breathe well. Perfect for both outdoor life and

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A hike who knows how to prevent wet feet.
Tips & Tricks

Prevent Wet Feet During Hike

Did you know that wet feet can actually end in serious conditions if left untreated? This, and blisters/shoe-bites, are the reasons why you should prevent wet feet in the first place, especially during solo hikes and in remote areas. Fortunately, we’ve got the knowledge to prevent wet boots, socks, and feet, and are willing to share it with you! The knowledge we’re about to share with you covers the problems that can come with wet feet and some tips & tricks. These tips & tricks are things you can apply to minimize the risk of getting wet feet in the

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Animals

4 tips to avoid the deer fly

Right now is the season for many people’s favorite mushrooms. But it’s also the season for something less pleasant. Namely, the deer fly/ked(lipoptena cervi). A constantly recurring torment during the autumn. And we are going to tell you how to protect yourself against the nasty deer fly. These little flies are usually encountered in Europe, Siberia, and northern China. So if you don’t live or plan to travel in those areas, you should be fine. Anyway… The deer fly is a small nasty animal that lands on a host. It then bites off its own wings to make it easier

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Animals

Common European Adder/Viper – If you are bitten

If you or a friend have been bitten by a common European adder/viper, stop reading this call for help immediately. If help delays, read steps 1-3 below. Depending on the type of outdoor life you engage in, you might sometimes face a snake. Maybe even a common European adder/viper. In that case, it’s important to know how to identify them and how to act if bitten by one. This viper (Vipera berus in Latin) is, unfortunately, tricky to identify due to its variety in color, but after reading this, you’ll hopefully know the basics. These snakes become approximately 60-90 cm

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Equipment

12 tips for an ultralight backpack

The art of hiking ultralight is something that many are trying to master. It often takes many years of trial and errors to learn what to adjust to make your backpack lighter. But it is of course possible to initially follow some universal tips that often form the basis for a lighter backpack. We have therefore compiled a list of 12 mixed tricks for an easier pack to start with. 1. Dump the electronics We start with a point that will hurt many. But leaving much of the unnecessary electronics at home allows you to relax and enjoy nature more.

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Tips & Tricks

Pack less, do your laundry along the trail

Everyone wants to save weight in their backpacks. One way of doing this is by opting out of equipment, choosing lighter equipment, or simply using what you bring a little smarter! In this case, doing laundry on the hike. Note that the video is in Swedish but with English subtitles. You can also watch it directly on our YouTube channel where you can find lots of outdoor videos! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJKNugaGArs In this video, Beatrice shows how you can use a dry bag as an improvised washing machine in a very simple way. By doing this, you can carry fewer clothes during

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