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      Tips for hiking lovers.

      Tips for hiking lovers.


      Hiking is a great way to spend more time in nature. It strengthens our body and refreshes our soul. Although hiking has an array of health benefits, there are still a few risks when hiking.  Here is a list of precautions you should take.


      1. Don't go hiking alone. It's best to go hiking with a group of people, so you can help each other out in case anything goes wrong.
      2. Always check the weather.
      3. Dress appropriately. Hiking is not a short activity. Make sure you are wearing proper clothes
      4. Pack sunscreen.
      5. Wear proper shoes and socks.
      6. Pack first aid supplies
      7. Bring water

      8 Navigation (map & compass)


      There you have it. Be sure to go through our checklist before you head out on your next hike. Have fun, and stay safe. Most importantly, use common sense at all times. Don't push yourself too hard that you get hurt.

      Most importantly, use common sense. Don't push yourself too hard and have fun.

      What to pack for a camping trip?

      What to pack for a camping trip?

      There is nothing better than spending time outside with your family and friends. The pleasure of camping does come with a few downsides, and for many, that's organizing the trip. You don't want to be outside camping and realize you've forgotten something you need.

      Here's a quick, handy checklist of things you need!

      Please note this is not an extensive list. This list only includes the essentials. 

      • Sleeping bag
      • Tent & tent pegs
      • Cooking utensils
      • Cutlery
      • Small knife
      • Multi-purpose tools such as Leatherman or Swiss Army Knife 
      • Food
      • Torch
      • Extra batteries
      • Lighter
      • a pen and a small notebook
      • Portable charger
      • A map
      • Rubbish bags (clean up after yourself)
      • Water bottles
      • TOURIT Cooler


      Yes, that's a shortlist. It only includes the necessary essential items for a camping trip. 


      DO NOT view it has an extensive list. Instead, view it as a quick checklist you can use before you're off for your next camping adventure.


      Oh, and don't forget to pack your Tourit cooler! 

      Tourit Rucksack Voyager 30

      Tourit Rucksack Voyager 30

      Wir suchen schon seit Langem einen Kühlrucksack, den man auch unter schweren Outdoorbedingungen jederzeit zum Einsatz bringen kann. Perfekt dafür geeignet ist der Tourit Voyager Rucksack. Tourit kommt aus den USA und wurde 2017 gegründet. Die Philosophie des Unternehmens ist Produkte zu entwickeln, die im Outdoor Bereich einen hohen Qualitätsstandard und gleichzeitig zu jedem Einsatz fähig sind. Hochwertige Verarbeitung und stabiles Beschaffenheit sind dabei selbstverständlich.

      Tourit Rucksack Voyager 30

      Wir haben als Testprodukt den Voyager Backpack erhalten. In diesen großen und geräumigen Rucksack bekommt man etwa 36 Bierdosen unter und die wasserdichte Lagerfähigkeit beträgt in etwa 72h. Genauso ist die Kühlung lange anhaltend und kann bis zu 3 Tage durchhalten. Der Rucksack kann auf allen Expeditionen punkten. Er hat einen Bügel dabei, zum einfachen Tragen für den Strandbesuch, als auch eine gepolsterte Rückenstütze und Halteriemen, die eine Tragefunktion als Rucksack ermöglichen und gleichzeitig komfortabel machen. Links und rechts gibt es genügend Stauraum in den Seitentaschen und vorne können an den Extrariemen weiteres Equipment befestigt werden. Die Außenbeschichtung ist wie auch innen wasserdicht und stabil. Man glaub es kaum, aber der schwere Rucksack ist sogar mit mehr als 10 Flaschen Bier noch angenehm zu tragen. 3 Schichten mit spezieller Membran sorgen für eine konstante Temperatur.


      Von der Größe ist er gefühlt riesig. 45x35x25 cm umfasst er insgesamt und man kann bis zu 21L in ihm transportieren. Sollten Kratzer in die Innenwand gelangen und das Wasser austreten, gibt es einen Spezialklebstoff im Lieferumfang, um das Leck schnellstmöglich zu reparieren. Weiter ist an einem der Träger ein kleiner Flaschenöffner befestigt. Die Oberfläche ist leicht zu reinigen und sehr stabil. Das Leergewicht beträgt schlappe 2,12 kg und je nach 3 Flaschen plus 1kg dazu. Mit 31 Dosen drin dürfte er um die 11Kg wiegen.

      Wir haben den Tourit Voyager Rucksack im Einsatz outdoor sowie indoor getestet und ausprobiert was er kann. Outdoor ist er stabil und einfach zu händeln für seine Größe. Er kann überall hin mitgenommen werden. Indoor haben wir bei einem Tasting seine Kühlfähigkeit gestestet und gemerkt, dass die Biere mit Akkuelementen durchgängig kühl bleiben. Der Rucksack ist perfekt für ein Tasting mit Freunden Zuhause oder in der freien Natur. Er wird seinen EInsatz finden und der Preis ist echt akzeptabel für dieses Produkt.



      Buy it now:https://www.tourit.com/collections/soft-coolers/products/voyager-backpack

      Source of article: https://kraftbier0711.de/tourit-rucksack-voyager/

      SVTP Tool-Tech | Tourit Backpack Cooler | WIN THIS COOLER!!!!! | S2E1

      SVTP Tool-Tech | Tourit Backpack Cooler | WIN THIS COOLER!!!!! | S2E1


      We finished up our first season of SVTP Tool-Tech videos with a review of bottle openers, because a cold beer and wrenching on your favorite Ford is a match made in Heaven. However, that beer better be cold; Ice Cold. Nobody should have to suffer the indignity of tepid beer, especially not an SVTP Member. So if you’re out and about that means you’re going to need a cooler.
      backpack cooler

      The Voyager cooler is just the right size for a weekend excursion.​

      It just so happened that upstart outdoor merchandise manufacturer Tourit called us up and offered us the opportunity to test any of their products we were interested in. They claim unmatched quality and utility, so we were keen to check out their wares. While they have an extensive line of coolers, bags, and backpacks we quickly zeroed in on a fairly unique cooler. We requested the 30- Can Waterproof Backpack Cooler, more simply known as the Voyager.

      backpack cooler

      I feel like JJ Abrams with the lens flairs, but at least we know the Voyager will fit in the bed of a Lightning.​

      Fast forward a few days and this massive box showed up on our door. Why is the box so big? It’s because there are TWO Tourit Voyager Coolers in there. And there are Tourit Voyager Coolers in there because one lucky SVTP member is going to win the second one. But more on that later, let’s get back to the review.

      tourit Voyager Backpack

      Check out the insulation on this thing. It's over an inch of high density encapsulated foam. ​

      Upon opening the shipping box I was struck by two things. First, this thing is beefy. It’s a good deal bigger than I was expecting. It’s not enormous, but it is a great size for drinks for a family or two guys doing a weekend Blitz Build on a New-Edge Cobra. Ask me how I know. Second, the quality is really nice. In fact, it seems to be on par with anything else in the premium bag-cooler category. I tend to spend a lot of time around boats, so I’m pretty familiar with another popular Chinese manufactured cooler brand whose name rhymes with ‘Sweaty’. I see nothing in that universally known, expensive, brand that is superior to the Tourit Voyager; and the Voyager has some innovative features that the Sweaty likes to sell you separately (at an additional premium price).

      soft side cooler

      The lid is also heavily insulated and fits snugly inside the side-wall foam, creating an effective thermal barrier. ​

      Want a few examples? Well comes equipped from the factory with a couple of built-in waterproof pockets perfect for holding a phone or wallet (or Glock if you’re going to Chicago), and an integrated bottle opener. Another nice touch are the built in Mole straps. With them you can attach any number of accessories including a Blue-Tooth speak blasting Steel Panther from the phone in the aforementioned waterproof pouch. There’s even a strap on the bottom to hold a rolled up towel if you’re going to the beach or pool, or for soaking up the tears of all the defeated Camaro owners you leave in your wake.

      tourit cooler

      The zipper is another high quality piece. It creates an effective seal, and that two-finger pull is required to over come the traction required to close it.​

      As for heavy duty construction features, there’s a few that stand out. First, because the zippers are so tight (in order to remain waterproof) the including of a zipper pull with double finger holes is greatly appreciated. Another feature that gives a nod to the Voyager’s heavy-duty nature is the built in cross-chest strap. Tourit knew you were going to load this thing up and hike vast distances, so the extra support was an easy decision to include. Finally, the construction materials are also top notch. The interior and exterior are thermally welded thermoplastic polyurethane, and the insulation is a high density encapsulated foam.

      soft cooler

      This bottle opener is essential equipment. A lot of manufacturers would sell you this feature separately, but not Tourit.​

      All that sounds great, but it doesn’t mean much if it doesn’t work well as a cooler. So we decided to put it through what I would consider a real world test. We loaded it up with 12 Sweet Water Tall-Boy cans that had been pre-chilled in the refrigerator overnight and ~13 pounds of ice. We then zipped it closed and the test began.

      tourit 30

      The backpack straps are beefy, and should hold up to years of use/abuse.

      Voyager 30
      The integrated waterproof pockets are a really nice touch, and something else that other brand sell separately at an additional cost.

      Backpack Cooler

      The section of the cooler that would contact your back is a grippy rubber material that will keep it from sliding around

      Buy it now:https://www.tourit.com/collections/hot-sale/products/tourit-voyager-30
      Article source: https://www.svtperformance.com/threads/win-a-free-cooler-svtp-tool-tech-tourit-voyager-backpack-cooler.1173284/