Some of our stuff
We have been together since 2003 and have been camping ever since.
First travelling by motorbike and as from 2009, mostly by bicycle.
Technology never stops and this also results in new and more relevant products becoming available.
But, there are some exceptions.
For this overview, there was only one simple criteria :
"If the product breaks down or gets lost, we will without any hesitation replace it with exactly the same or the updated version of the same."
We are not doing detailed reviews as there is already enough of it on many websites and social media.
Unfortunately, also a growing number of wannabees, copycats, bullshit artists and opportunists are promoting products and services on these media, thereby not making it easier to make up your mind.
Our simple suggestion is not to ask others what products to buy, but ask what is important in making their choice. From this feedback you can make up your own requirements and try to stick to it when making a decision.
The below is as such our preference only and may not be the ideal choice for you.
Links to other websites in the menu are as such for your convenience only.
If you need more info on anything specific, feel free to send us an email.
Burley Flatbed Cargo Trailer
Nallo 3 GT
HV UL3 Bikepack
Mattress : Thermarest NeoAir - All season
Sleeping bag : Cumulus Down Teneqa 700
Inner liner : Sea to Summit, thermoline reactor extreme
Pillow : Exped airpillow
total weight : 2.2 kg
Mattress : Thermarest NeoAir - Uberlight
Sleeping bag : Cumulus Down Lite 300
Inner liner : Sea to Summit, Silk Traveller, rectangular
Pillow : Exped airpillow Ultra light
total weight : 1.2 kg
Hario smart grinder - SeaToSummit Ultralight kitchen sink - Bo-camp explorer pot - Aeropress coffee brewer
MSR PocketRocket burner - Stanley Classic Legendary bottle 75cl
Airlite towel XL
Leofoto MBH-19 Tripod with
Leofoto DC-50 Arca clamp
Carbon Fiber Travel tripod
Matador & Osprey
Foldable Backpacks and Hippacks
Leatherman - Charge
This one is + 80 years old.
Any sustainable brand.
These ones made by Linda
(The walking sticks belonged to Georges & Germaine, Dirk's grand parents)