Kathmandu Camping Equipment

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Kathmandu Globe v4

Latest review: Such a well priced synthetic bag which is truly warm and comfortable. Used on many school camps both in autumn and

Kathmandu Pathfinder v2

Latest review: On hikes in south Vic with a good ground mat, has not let me down. Definitely need to hood in to keep the heat. At the cruical time round 4 - 6 am in winters mornings have slept right through, I've

Kathmandu Maison Camp Trolley

Latest review: Useful for carting all the camping gear to site. I placed premade hinged wood/laminate board over top of trolley turning it into usuable work surface around site. Great for managing all the dog gear

Kathmandu Vanguard

Latest review: An extremely good pack that should last you a good number of long treks even in very rough conditions (ie Alpine/back-country). Combines technical elements with practicallity. Good quality materials

Kathmandu Interloper

Latest review: My wife and me bought the Interloper 70L + 15L day pack whilst Kathmandu were on sale for AUD $247, and at that price we believe that it was an excellent buy. The harness is excellent and so is the

Kathmandu Entrada Pack

Latest review: Bought Entrada and it’s been great. However, in comparison with other 65L bags other girls had on a recent trip, I realised it was actually quite a bit smaller. So I doubt the claim it is 65L (I have

Kathmandu North Star

Latest review: two people? not really. ok in a pinch but as a snow tent the problems are 1:no room for gear in tent 2:vestbule too small for cooking 3:so many pegs needed your mate will be dead from hypothermia

Kathmandu Arcus Gas Cooker

Latest review: Wait for a store sale and it is one of the best value cookers around - I would rate it higher than many others that cost double or more. I've used it for about two to three years in a range of

Kathmandu Pacesetter e-proof

Latest review: Have used the bag in NZ camping, in Queensland in my Tennessee Hammock, and backpacking though India. The bag has held well, kept me comfortable, with the only problem being the Zipper not lasting.

Kathmandu Compact

Latest review: overall a very good sleep mat. a litle on the weighty side almost 200 grams heavier than the thermarest. It does however inflate to a massive 3.5cm which is great after a long day on the track.

Kathmandu Retreat 360

Latest review: Does Kathmandu have heavy duty poles that now come with the retreat 360 in 2018, after all the broken poles customers have bought back in. Have katmanduu acknowledgement the problem and referee

Kathmandu Mono v2

Latest review: I pitched my new Mono version 2 in a valley on top of the Remarkables near Queenstown before it rained and the wind came up. Was in the tent from 7pm due to rain till 7am when I woke to a beautiful

Kathmandu Coffee Plunger Mug

Latest review: bought one of these via the Kathmandu web shop and when I received it the plastic plunger piece appeared not straight and there were signs of stressed plastic around the circular compression plate.

Kathmandu Self Inflating Mat

Latest review: Great for a year or so then fell apart. Probably 10 nights use & now split where the valve piece bonds to the sides. Not repairable and conveniently out of

Kathmandu Hand Torch Solar / Pull Dynamo

Latest review: Tried two of these and they are rubbish. Thought the first one was faulty. Swapped for second one and same issues. Pulled cord or recommended time and the torch doesn't work. Put in sunlight for

Kathmandu Roamer Airbed v2

Latest review: Had this air bed for a couple of weeks before finding that it is virtually useless. Under only 80kg of pressure it slowly seeps air during the night until it is almost completely flat. Definitely

Kathmandu Extrados V5

Kathmandu Vardo

Kathmandu Backpacker Stove