Expedition Foods have been around, and helping adventurers, since 1995, and have a huge selection of lightweight meals that provide nutrition for a wide range of outdoor pursuits. Manufactured in Britain and sold globally, Expedition Foods is recognised as one of the top brands of…Read More
Like the Pack Trek cap we reviewed previously this Visor is highly flexible and packs to the size of your fist, but still keeps its shape when unfurled as it has ‘shape memory’. The visor is…Read More
If you haven’t come across a Buff before, it can be simply described as a totally seamless tube of fabric that has a multitude of uses.
One little tube can be a neckerchief, headband, wristband, mask, hairband, balaclava, scarf, scrunchie, saharaine, pirate cap, beanie or bandana.Read More
If you look through our product review section you will see a lot of expensive gear, and generally they’re expensive for a good reason - quality. This cooking set comes in below the £20 mark, so it's a refreshing relief for the budget minded…Read More
Apart from being called Buff Military Cap, because of its higher shaped crown is similar to the caps worn by some armies, there isn't anything else military about it, though it does have some nice features...Read More
This Oasis Sun Sombrero hat from Outdoor Research isn't really for the fashionistas, but seeing as The Mud Life is more about enjoying the outdoors than swanking about town, this hat has been designed with you, the hot weather tourist, backpacker, hiker and adventurist, in mind….Read More
This hat is mainly aimed at men, but I liked it so much when it arrived at Muddy HQ that I claimed it for myself. I really like this hat from the Swedish company Pinewood, and it has some great qualities that other hats don't have, like the mosquito net that is easily be hidden away insideRead More
I was at a trade show recently when I came across this handy little product. It was something that I didn't know I needed (I didn't even know it existed), but has since become a vital piece of my travelling equipment, and also something that is regularly used in our house….Read More
The other month when I received the Primus Campfiire Cookset, but something was missing, and that something was a stove that was as spiffy as the pans. Then it hit me, why don't I be cheeky and ask Primus if I could borrow their stylish Onja stove, after all I might as well keep it in the family, so to speak, and I’d always secretly fancied one…Read More
Recently we’ve fancied something a bit more, well, varied for our alfresco lunches. The problem here is that my BBQ skills are limited to throwing on slabs of meat, and that's pretty much it, that was until we took delivery of the durable Primus 18/8 stainless steel Campfire Cookset…Read More
"Seriously, how many multitools does someone need before it becomes something of an obsession?"
That was the question Muddy Madam posed when my new Leatherman Signal arrived at Muddy Towers. To be honest, I don’t know the answer to…Read More
One product that I really wanted to get my hands on first was a decent sized table, one that could handle the weight of something like the Firepod (20Kg), but more importantly be tall enough for me not to crouch over when I’m cooking or preparing food…Read More