Insect & Mosquito Repellant

Insect Repellant & Deet Spray

When you’re sleeping, especially if it’s outside or in a tent in an insect-heavy area, we recommend a mosquito net. Use an insect-repellent spray (or deet) too, and just in case you do get bitten, be sure to pack some roll-on relief.

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INSECT-REPELLENT PIPETTE FOR DOGS 2/20 KG
INSECT-REPELLENT PIPETTE FOR DOGS 2/20 KG
£5.99
One-Person Mosquito Net
One-Person Mosquito Net
£17.99
Bed Bug Spray 100ml
Bed Bug Spray 100ml
£5.99
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Bed Bug Spray 100ml

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Before you can work out what gear to pack for your hike, you first need to know where you're going and what you're going to be doing. Consider the distance, level of difficulty, if there's any climbing or camping involved, and how long you're going to be away for. And also check what the weather conditions will be like so you can pack accordingly.

HIKING ACCESSORIES FOR A DAY HIKE

The equipment you need doesn't vary too much between a half-day or a full-day hike. You'll really just need to make sure you take more food and water for a full day, and maybe a change of clothing, depending on what you're doing and the weather conditions.

Essential hiking accessories for a day hike include a good water bottle (or even a water bladder) so you can stay well hydrated, and food of course, so a small insulated bag could also be useful to keep your lunch cool.

If you're hiking in the summer then sunglasses and sunscreen are must-haves to protect yourself from the sun's harmful UV rays. Or in winter, you might want to consider a waterproof poncho or packable jacket to keep yourself dry. We also have a wide range of hiking clothing and walking shoes for men, women, and kids, suitable for any type of weather you might encounter. And of course, you need a good hiking backpack to carry all your essentials in.

HIKING ACCESSORIES FOR A MULTI-DAY TREK

Essential equipment for a trek of a few days or more gets a little more complex. If you're planning on camping then you'll need to pack a tent and a sleeping bag. And if space is tight, our compression sacks can help you fit more in your bag. You might also need a camping stove and cooking equipment, and extra clothing too. In this case, you'll be wanting a larger hiking backpack of around 50 to 70 litres.

Other essential hiking accessories for a multi-day trek might include a mosquito net and repellent, a wash bag, and perhaps even a first aid kit and survival blanket in case you should come into difficulty.

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