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Check-In comes in 2 sizes, usually up to 77cm and up to 65 cm high. Weight allowances usually are up to 25 kg. For carry aboard luggage allowances please see the table below (as restrictions often change please check with your Airl... Continue Reading

The information below is transcribed with full acknowledgement, and with thanks, to Roger Caffin's Australian Bushwalking FAQ at; http://bushwalkingnsw.org.au/clubsites/FAQ/FAQ_Food.htm#Aluminium Many years ago a published research paper suggested that aluminiu... Continue Reading

So you're thinking of purchasing or just bought an Australian made AOS® swag? This swag is covered by an AOS® 10 year warranty* on manufac... Continue Reading

The information below is transcribed with full acknowledgement, and with thanks, to Roger Caffin's Australian Bushwalking FAQ at; http://bushwalkingnsw.org.au/clubsites/FAQ/FAQ_Footwear.htm#Arch Arch supports were all the rage in some places for a while in the ... Continue Reading

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Backpack / Rucksack Selection and Fitting Guide Choosing the right Backpack or Rucksack: There is a wide selection of very good backpacks to choose from, so it is important that you know what you are looking for and have an idea of the ki... Continue Reading

With so many brands and styles, choosing the right daypack can get a little confusing. Taking a few minutes to identify exactly what you need the daypack for will help make the selection process much easier, then it just comes down to picking your favourite c... Continue Reading

Sleeping Bag Shapes and Designs Mummy Design: This sleeping bag is shaped like the old Egyptian mummy, wide across the chest then tapering down to a very narrow width at the foot end (hence ... Continue Reading

Selecting your Daypack: Daypacks typically range between 15-35 litres depending on what you want to use the pack for, they are great for all kinds of activities like day walks, hikes, cycling or skiing. Being a smaller pack means the load is mainly carried on the shoulders ho... Continue Reading