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Top Picks for Winter 2018

Top Picks for Winter 2018

Winter is nearly here and we’re all starting to feel it. After having such a hot summer in New Zealand, outdoor sports and activities don’t sound all that bad in the cold - it’s probably going to be more comfortable. But that doesn’t mean you don’t need your winter gear.
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New Zealand, Go Native on Your Next Adventure

New Zealand, Go Native on Your Next Adventure

Go Native from New Zealand is on a mission to revolutionise the outdoor industry with food and products to enhance your expeditions. We’re excited to announce that RedMoose is taking part in this mission by offering their products!
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Best Camping Essentials

Best Camping Essentials

Whether you’re on a multi day trek or leisurely camping with the family, every camper needs essential items to get them through their trip comfortably and safely. With camping season just around the corner, it’s time to start prepping. Or if you have camper friends, you may want to start thinking about Christmas gifts! Whatever the case may be, below is a list of some of our best selling camping essentials.
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Top 10 Back Country Cuisines

Top 10 Back Country Cuisines

RedMoose currently offers over 50 different meal options and with camping season about to start, we’ve put together a list of our top ten sellers over the last two years to make life easier for you!
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Benefits of Wearing Dirty Dog Sunglasses

Benefits of Wearing Dirty Dog Sunglasses

With Spring arriving, it’s time to start shopping for your new wardrobe and sunnies are no exception, especially with the strength of the New Zealand sun. Dirty Dog Sunglasses are strong, lightweight, and comfortable whilst highly protecting your sensitive eyes. From the lenses to the frame, these sunglasses are worth the investment.
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Importance of Using Topography Maps

Importance of Using Topography Maps

Topographic maps are extremely handy when out in unfamiliar terrain, whether you’re hiking, fishing, camping, or simply driving. They are detailed, accurate graphic representations of features that appear on the Earth’s surface.
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Best Beginner Mountain Bike Trails in Wellington

Best Beginner Mountain Bike Trails in Wellington

New Zealand is spoilt for choices when it comes to cycling from downhill to XC - there’s something for every adventurous spirit. As Wellington is one of the most hilliest cities in this country, most Wellingtonians end up getting bikes for mountain biking rather than road biking. So if you are in the Wellington region, don’t be intimidated by the roads - there are plenty of relaxing flat trails for the whole family to enjoy!
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Three Great Day Walks around Auckland

Three Great Day Walks around Auckland

City life is entertaining, but we all need a break sometimes. Auckland is the largest concrete jungle in New Zealand yet it still offers plenty of options to escape the hustle and bustle & to immerse yourself in nature. The following are great day walks to forget the definition of urban.  
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Top 5 Things You Need for the Winter Sports Sideline

Top 5 Things You Need for the Winter Sports Sideline

Even when you're on the sidelines you need to be prepared, especially in winter. The sun might be shining, but the field might be a muddy mess. The temperature might be warmer than usual, but the rain might be drizzling down heavier than usual. Or it might just be blistering cold out there! We recommend the following five products to keep in your car when you're out at the game to protect you from the cold, rain, mud, and more.
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Good Day Walks in the Wellington Region

Good Day Walks in the Wellington Region

Can’t beat Wellington on a good day! Anyone who lives in this town knows how true that statement is – from waterfront dining to stunning coastal walks, when the weather is good, Wellingtonians are spoiled for choice. The tracks and trails that Wellington offers is almost uncountable.
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