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Freeflow 40

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Tough and comfortable 40-litre backpack. Has multiple compartments and an adjustable back system. The Berghaus Freeflow 40 is a 40-litre backpack with adjustable shoulder straps. I have had mine for three and a half years but I did not make much use of it until very recently. This is why I’ve only gotten round to reviewing it now. Berghaus has introduced a revised model, so this review does not describe the current version. The Berghaus Freeflow 40 is a traditional top-loading backpack. It has… Full review

Expedition Light 40

rated 3.5 of 5 stars As I wrote in pros and cons, would be great pack if water resistant. At the back closed cell panel. As a pro, off course;-) Full review

Light Trek Hydroshell Jacket

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Well-featured but lightweight and packable rain jacket. The Berghaus Light Trek is a rain jacket made from Berghaus's proprietary Hydroshell material. The jacket is lightweight at 420g for the men's large but remarkably well-featured. It has a double storm flap which can make zipping and unzipping the jacket fiddly, but is worth it for the protection; map-sized chest and hip pockets; and underarm venting zips. The hood is fully adjustable with a wired peak. There are also hem drawcords and velcro… Full review

VapourLight Hyper Smock 2.0

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Preliminary review: Not as light as advertised. This is a preliminary review. I'll update it once I've gotten to use it a bit. In the meantime, I thought I'd comment on the weight issue first:  As someone who strives to save weight for backpacking, weight is a primary consideration when shopping for new backpacking gear. Berghaus states a claimed weight of 75g for a men's large on their website and on the product's tag. The men's large the I received weighs 95g without the stuff sack (5g). Irritating. Full review

Wilderness 65+15

rated 5 of 5 stars A comfortable and capacious 65+15 litre rucksack with adjustable back system, front access to main compartment, and expanding side pockets. My Berghaus Wilderness rucksack at the start of a recent long-distance hike. Bungee cords and carabiner clips are my additions. Same applies to the drying socks! The Wilderness is the top end model in the range of rucksacks made by British brand Berghaus. It has Berghaus's Biofit back system which allows you to adjust the height of the shoulder straps according… Full review

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Tyne and Wear

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