Karrimor SF

I often get asked which piece of kit I never leave home without. The answer is simple: one of my Karrimor SF rucksacks or bags. It doesn't matter...

The ‘Ultimate Mapping Guide For Kids’

The ‘Ultimate Mapping Guide For Kids’ begins with the question ‘What is a map?’ and then takes the reader, or user, on a journey through creating their own maps with grid systems, scales, contours and legends through to navigating with a map and compass and using GPS. The book also has some great, fun exercises like making your own treasure hunt and geocaching.

The Ultimate Explorers Guide for Kids

From finding out about expeditions in the world’s toughest environments to planning and tackling their very first adventure, the ‘Ultimate Explorers Guide For Kids’ is a ‘must have’ for any budding explorer.

Learning about our planet is our greatest adventure

Justin Miles' motivational speaking is a revelation and hugely inspiring.Justin Miles is a professional adventurer, explorer, educator and speaker. In his own words “I don’t care what job title I have. I get to go to the most awesome places on Earth, do some really cool stuff when I get there and I meet the most amazing people along the way!”

His adventures take place in polar, mountain, jungle and desert regions and are all used to support global education projects, to engage with schools around the world and to support various charities such as Magpas and Educate The World, and the programme Educate A Child

You can find out more about Justin and the journey that he’s been on, from being brain damaged in a car accident to tackling adventures and expeditions all over the world on his speaking page.

Justin’s Product Reviews

Karrimor SF Thor 40

The Karrimor SF Thor 40 is one of the latest and most radical rucksacks to come from innovative military rucksack design and manufacture company Karrimor SF. As with many of the Karrimor SF deigns, the Thor 40 was originally designed for military use so is built using...

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Victorinox Soldier

I’ve always been a fan of the old favourite ‘Swiss Army’ knife. I was given my first bright red Swiss Army knife for my tenth birthday; it had two blades, a bradle, a corkscrew (I was ten years old, so I’m not quite sure what use it would have had!), a can opener, a...

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The ‘Field Engineer’ Watch.

I am, without a doubt, a total watch-a-holic. Totally and absolutely. For me it all started when I was just seventeen. The guy who owned the gym that I trained and worked in handed me his Rolex Submariner one day and said ‘bring it back tomorrow’. Can you imagine a...

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