While I was researching packs for a 100km endurance hiking challenge, my interest in how we organise our gear gave birth to Pack Config, a place that inspires its readers to improve their own packs. What I carry, either daily or out on a hike, is constantly being refined as I discover new methods and products.
The unpredictable UK weather provides a constant challenge for my packing decisions. I enjoy every form of walking from woodland discovering with my wife and son, to long distance hiking across the local Downs. I had the privilege of deploying with Team Rubicon UK at the end of 2015 as a photographer/mud-shoveller and was humbled and impacted by the calibre and attitude of the whole team. I also take every opportunity I get to pursue my bushcraft techniques.
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Here’s what I’m carrying or the items I can readily access from day to day. I’m already planning ways of slimming it down.
Here’s a loadout of my blue themed carry, featuring our brand new collab hank product.
I first learned the phrase “Leave No Trace” on a bushcraft course, but it soon became our family mindset when heading out into the wild.
Having moved my office home (again!), and receiving some quality gifts over Christmas here’s an update on my constantly evolving everyday carry.
Here’s a selection of the gear I was gifted during or around Christmas that I will be adding into my regular carry, or making use of in the field when I am able.
I was inspired by Mervyn Tan’s post recently, and have collected together the items that are some of my on-body essentials when heading out into the wild.