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Wildfire's massive range of bags includes hiking packs, trekking packs, travel bags, day packs, commuting backpacks, duffel bags, dry bags and hydration vests from top brands like Osprey, Salomon, Camelbak and Ultimate Direction.
Camelbak Eddy+ 1L Water Bottle
Salomon Advanced Skin 12 Set Unisex Pack
Camelbak Eddy+ Kids 400mL Water Bottle
Camelbak Eddy+ 750mL Water Bottle
Camelbak Podium Big Chill 700mL Water Bottle
Camelbak Eddy+ Kids 400mL Tritan Renew Water Bottle
Hydro Flask Standard Mouth 621mL Bottle
Salomon Soft 1.5L Reservoir V2
Camelbak Chute Mag 1L Water Bottle
Maurten 500mL Water Bottle
Nathan Sports Trail Mix Plus 2-Bottle Hydration Belt
Sawyer Squeeze Water Filter Kit
Hydro Flask Wide Mouth 591mL Bottle
Hydro Flask Wide Mouth 946mL Bottle
Osprey Renn 50 Womens Pack
Osprey Tempest 20 Womens Pack
Salomon Sense Pro 10 Set Mens Pack
Camelbak Podium 700mL Water Bottle
Camelbak Podium Chill 600mL Water Bottle
Hydro Flask Bottle Boot
Hydro Flask Standard Mouth 532mL Bottle
Nalgene Wide Mouth Tritan 1L Water Bottle
Osprey Daylite Plus Unisex Pack
Osprey Exos 58 Mens Pack
Author: Kai Pantano
Date Posted: 12 August 2020
Not sure which water filtration or purification device you should choose? Kai walks us through the most popular brands, including Lifestraw, Katadyn, GRAYL and Steripen.
Author: Stephanie Ford
Date Posted: 26 November 2019
After relying for (too many) years on a hand-me-down vest, Stephanie Ford dared herself to dream about a new hydration vest with all the features she wanted. She landed on the Ultimate Direction Adventure Vesta 4.0.
Author: Stephanie Ford
Date Posted: 8 August 2019
Packing for long treks is quite the task. Carrying too much and not carrying enough both pose huge risks. Finding the packing sweet spot requires a ton of experience. That’s where we come in.
Author: Wildfire Team
Date Posted: 12 June 2018
Whether you’re already an experienced runner or you’re planning to start running regularly, the right gear can make a huge difference to your enjoyment. This list will get beginners on the right track and help veterans complete their kits.
Author: Danae Baggs
Date Posted: 5 December 2017
A few weeks ago, I was invited by some work mates to try outdoor rock climbing for the first time out in the Brooyar State Forest. Over the next few days, I popped two car tyres, sliced my finger open, got ridiculously sunburnt, and had the time of my life.
I’d classify myself as a beginner climber; I’ve only been climbing for a few months, and only indoors at gyms. I Read more...