Murung Raya Expedition, Borneo We were asked to supply a few of our Noatak Wet & Drybags for the ‘Heart of Borneo Project’. Click here for a little blog entry they made yesterday, following the latest leg of the project.We were really happy that we were able to help you out, guys.
Our map case (804) looking fantastic. But how did we get the shot? Towards the end of 2010, Aquapac organised a photo shoot for our 2011 range and we thought it’d be interesting to give you a bit of a behind-the-scenes peek at how we got the shot. The original idea for the shot Dave […]
(c) Kristin Martz An underwater shoot has been a long time coming for me. My name is Kristin Martz an I attend the Art Institute of Pittsburgh for Photography. Recently, for a pre-portfolio class, we were given the assignment to take a huge risk on a shoot and increase our degree of difficulty. Since I’ve been […]
Paul Evans is an Aquapac Beta-Tester who recently undertook an arduous Survival Course in the Moroccan desert. We’ll be publishing excerpts of his adventures on this blog in bitesize chunks. We waited for the temperature to drop before moving onto the subject of shelter building. A continuing theme out here is that everything comes back […]
We’re very pleased to continue to supply Sarah Outen, youngest woman to ever row solo across the Indian Ocean, on her next big journey London2London. Sarah Outen and her Aquapac Waterproof Backpack
Thomas packs his gear in an Aquapac Noatak The road to the expedition Over a year and a half ago I applied to go on a cadet tri-service expedition to the mountain kingdom of Lesotho to take part in an expedition to celebrate the 150th year of the cadet forces. The selection process began with […]