• osprey atmos ag 50
    Sweden,  we12test

    Tested in Sweden: the Osprey Atmos AG 50 review

    Tested at Kungsleden Trail in Sweden: Osprey Atmos AG 50 backpack for men All of a sudden the summer holidays are here, and I start to realize that my current, worn out backpack is over twelve years old and not really up to the task anymore. What to do? Well, my girlfriend is running around with a very fancy looking Osprey backpack for ladies and I would love to have a crack at it too. No better place for me than Kungsleden, Sweden to test a new backpack and lucky for me Osprey is willing to let me test the Osprey Atmos AG 50 pack. So here’s my review of…

  • Fjällraven Abisko Trekking tights review

    Fjällräven Abisko Trekking tights review

    Product review: the Fjällräven Abisko trekking tights – a durable trekking pants The new year has started and one of the focus points on We12travel for 2019 will be more product reviews. I literally receive a ton of questions from readers about the best outdoor gear available and so I see it as my task to inspire you about some of the best gear available. Over the past couple of years I gathered a lot of outdoor gear, from backpacks to outdoor pants to jackets and more. Sometimes I bought the items myself, sometimes I received it from a brand in exchange for a review. During last summer I spent…

  • Salewa Alp Trainer 25l review

    Tested in the Alps: the Salewa 25L Alp Trainer backpack

    Product review: the Salewa Alp Trainer 25L backpack It’s time for another product review, this time for the ladies! Recently I already published a blog written by my partner David who tested the Osprey Atmos AG trekking backpack for men. This time I’m reviewing the Salewa Alp Trainer rugzak, a 25 liter backpack that I tried on various trails in the Alps over the past summer and fall.   About the Salewa Alp Trainer backpack The Salewa Alp Trainer 25L is a backpack made for shorter alpine hikes. Think about day hikes or short multi day hikes, no more than 2/3 days. The Airfit 2.0 carrying system makes sure your…

  • montem trekking poles
    New Zealand,  we12test

    Tested: Montem trekking poles review

    Tested in New Zealand: Montem trekking poles Have you heard of Montem before? I’m quite sure you, like me, have not but in case you have, well done! A few months ago I received an email from founder Kevin if I wanted to try some Montem trekking poles. I was already in New Zealand at that time, but given the fact that I was using poles that were not actually mine, I asked if they could be shipped to Nelson for me. A friends’ parents live there and once I got the message they were delivered, I picked them up, right before starting my second loop of the South Island.…