I was sent this Fjern Vandring stretch fleece hoodie the end of last year. I have been wearing it for a good while and as I sit here typing this I have the item on.
First thing I can say about this fleece hoodie is the manoeuvrability in it the 4 way stretch really works well.
So after wearing this fleece for a few months I can safely say I am able to review this product and it gets a 100% thumbs up from me. It’s comfy, warm and a great fleece to use as part of a layering system.
I’d definitely recommend this item as part of your clothing for a multi day hike or throw it in your bag during the summer months to keep you warm when stopping to refuel.
Recently I received deliver of the Armaskin Always dry base layer T-shirt. It always good news when a parcel arrives from down under and this wasn’t anything different.
Armaskin have recently released a few more products to help all of us enjoy the outdoors whether its running or hiking. Personally the only time I run is if the pub is shutting or if there a Tsunami behind me but each to there own. Anyway I digress.
Due to the huge popularity of the Armaskin Anti Blister Socks, Armaskin have further developed a base layer utilising some of the techology used in their anti-blister socks.
Swedish Army LK35 Modification. I wrote a post a few years ago concerning the Swedish Army LK35 and since writing that article I have wanted to complete some modifications on the bag but never got around to it.
The LK325 is such a versatile bag and many people choose it for there bushcraft bag and modify it to there needs. There are many videos on youtube
The LK35 was made by Haglofs from the early 70s for the Swedish Army.
Thanks to Klas Nilsson who contacted me via youtube.
Klas has sent me the packing list and some other images of what they would carry in the LK35.
All of the gear below would be kept dry in a plastic bin liner.