April 15, 2014
The New Mont Daypacks are available online and instore today!
A raft of new features, improvements to old features and some exciting new colours across the Java, Trance and Sentinel Daypack range, all of which are available now.
A convenient sized dual compartment canvas daypack made for travelling, around town, school, work, anywhere a day sized load is needed!
The New Java boasts great features such as the RFID Protected fleece lined pocket to guard your personal details from data theft, hard wearing DR80 Canvas and Cordura Nylon that can take the rough and tumble of everyday use and the redesigned SoloLite Harness with V-Ridge Foam providing superb load carrying comfort.
The latest edition of the top selling Trance Daypack is available in 26L and 32L capacities and is packed full of new features!
The RFID Protected pocket to guard personal data from datatheft, a new and totally redesigned ultralight hip belt, new SoloLite Harness with V-Ridge Foam, dual position side compression straps and a harness shoulder-strap pocket to name just a few.
Overnight fast and light. The top loading Sentinel is the ideal sized pack for a weekend or overnight walk.
It is also the perfect size to take on some of the world’s classic walks such as the Kokoda Track or Camino Trail. Features include the new quick-draw Nylon throat, redesigned ultralight hip-belt, durable Cordura Nylon base layer, totally removable lid and heaps more!
Available in two new colours, Forest Green and Black, and two back lengths the Sentinel will easily and comfortably carry medium weight loads.
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September 17, 2021
September 16, 2021
This week’s jaunt saw me in Tasmania’s north and west spending some quality time in our magnificent Myrtle Beech forests. The first stop was Upper Quaile Falls, a place I had not visited before. Despite the track in leading through some previously logged forest, there were still some magnificent trees to be seen and the falls had plenty of water.
Back to the car and onward to a location west of Cradle Mountain, the Vale of Belvoir. This area was purchased by the Tasmanian Land Conservancy in 2008 and consists of a limestone valley roughly 10 km long by 2 km wide. Lying at an altitude of 800 metres it is Tasmania’s only sub-alpine limestone valley.