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Robens Viper 2 tent £180 Stand OU110


One of Europe’s leading tent manufacturers, the Viper 2 is a hotly anticipated addition to Robens’ Trail range // Two-man tent // Weighs


2.9kg // One of the most waterproof Robens tents available (5,000mm hydrostatic head) // Fracture resistant yet stiff poles // Low Vent system to minimise condensation // Exterior dimensions 320cm long x 150cm wide x 105cm high www.robens.de


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Whatever your passion for the outdoors and active travel there’s some great new kit to get hold of at the show


Beyond the Beaten Track hot meal kits £3.50 Stand OU340


Never go hungry in the great outdoors


again with these tasty and handy packs // Just add water // Flameless Ration Heater – a clever chemical reaction – takes care of heating the food // 12 flavours available, including pasta Bolognese, chicken tikka and rice, and sticky toffee pudding // Vegetarian options available


www.beyondthebeatentrack.co.uk


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Vita Coco 100% Natural Coconut Water from £1.49 Stand OU640


Stay hydrated with this all-natural coconut water packed with essential electrolytes and nutrients // Available in three sizes (330ml, 500ml, 1l) // Sold in six flavours made from coconut water and fruit puree // No colourings, preservatives or flavourings www.vitacoco.com


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Target Dry Mac in a Sac Classic 2 £25 Stand OU342


Never be caught short in the rain again with this easily stowable mac // Waterproof to 5,000mm and breathable to 5,000gsm // Fully


taped seams // Weighs less than 300g // Available in nine colours, and adult and child sizes // Reflective safety piping // Concealed hood // Adjustable drawstring at curved hem www.targetdry.com


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