The Travel Kit List: Fall Foraging Gear for 2021
7. Niwaki Tokusen 165 mm pruning shears
Hand-forged from carbon steel, these ergonomic Japanese-made shears are small and light enough to fit in the palm of your hand, yet sharp enough to make quick, clean cuts. A leather strap keeps the handles closed when not in use and a blade cover, tenugui Cotton fabric and lightweight paulownia wood box ensure they can be safely stored on the go. Â£ 149.
8. Burgon & Ball Everyday Gloves
Those gloves – created by Sophie Conran, a member of the Conran designer dynasty – are comfortable enough to be worn while exploring; they’re also durable enough to handle thorny branches and machine washable at 30 Â° C, which is handy for staining leaves and berries. In addition, the gloves flare at the cuffs, helping to protect against snags and punctures. Â£ 17.99.
9. Danner Women’s Mountain 600
With the enhanced comfort of an OrthoLite foam sockliner, these hiking boots combine excellent support and excellent cushioning with a range of essential hiking accessories: they are 100% waterproof, have improved air circulation, excellent grip on wet and dry surfaces and are very durable. Â£ 161.
Posted in October 2021 by National Geographic traveler (UK)
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