Latest review: We have used this tent on 7 occasions and found it to be excellent. On a recent outing we encountered a severe windstorm at Goondawindi which brought down several large trees and roadsigns across the
Latest review: Been using this tent for just over 4 months, used the tent 4 times, 2-4 days trips, plenty of room for family of 4, easily could fit another 3 adults, no problems with height(I am 180cm), good
Latest review: We purchased this tent from Tentworld in March 2019. It was a fantastic tent first use, goes up easily with in a few minutes.
On the second use, one of the pins holding the corner poles together
Latest review: I do not own the Apollo however I own the Polaris which is simply the larger version of the Apollo, all made out of the same materials. I bought a new Macpac Polaris tent in December 2019. Used it
Latest review: Great solid tent compared to others in this price range. On the heavy side but probably because of the quality. Pegs are woeful so buy some new ones at the same time. Set up & take down is a breeze.
Latest review: "Rechargable" battery won't recharge. Bought it to avoid the need to throw away batteries but now I have a large useless battery pack to dispose of! Ray's should not stock inferior products like
Latest review: The Mitchell line of swags were renamed and changed slightly somewhere in 2016/2017. The Expedition has a waterproof PVC base instead of canvas in the previous model. It comes with a 5cm thick foam
Latest review: It's sturdy, comfortable, looks quality, and that side table is so, so useful. What more can I say.... a great buy.
Comfortable, sturdy construction, excellent side table, quality appearance, folds
Latest review: Purchased the 0° and -3° range. Very large to fit in. The -3 was very warm, I actually got too hot. It has a lining you can take out as well if too hot. We used them in a tent with temperature only a
Latest review: I have a number of packs/day bags etc. Alot of them have not gone the distance however this pack was the first pack I ever purchased and it has seen other packs come and go and it still works like
Latest review: I bought this pack because it was the lightest available off the shelf in Sydney Australia. Macpac was the only company that offered a pack under 1 kg. I have used the pack three times on long range
Latest review: The tactix is in camouflage colour and is very easy to put up or take down,as all popup tents are. Very durable material, no sagging of the middle part of the tent (as I've seen in other brands). The
Latest review: These are just fantastic, I bought a second one after the first. This is a reversible, zipperless sleeping bag. The bottom layer is a little more padded which is great for when sleeping on an airbed
Latest review: The best macpac rucksac. Choose Macpac for carrying extreme loads over any distance. The best rucksack I've ever owned. Also consider the Ascent XPD
Absolutely bombproof. Basically; if you are
Latest review: I would recommend this oven if you want to cook cakes, bread, pizzas or casseroles when you are camping, it really adds a different dimension to the overall camping experience.
folds away neatly,
Latest review: We recently embarked on our first camping adventure and had to set ourselves up from scratch. I did quite a bit of research on sleeping bags and decided the Oztrail Outback Comfort suited out needs
Latest review: we have taken the wanaka camping three times now and it is now our favorite family tent. it is very well built and holds up in high winds, it has excellent ventilation so in the day time it does not
Latest review: I bought the older model of this pack in 1994. Looks the same as the picture so I thought I would review it. This is the perfect bag for hiking. Large enough to hold or your gear but not so large
Latest review: Had a Minaret for 5 years then lost half (the inner) - I miss it so much. Best light-weight tent I've owned.
My friend has the new model and we often take it with us when competing in overnight