Walking in Comfort
There is no such thing as bad weather, just bad gear. Your comfort on the track is paramount, and we want to make sure you're warm, dry and comfortable. All hire gear provided by Freeland Hiking Co. is exceptionally high quality, well maintained and designed for expeditions conditions.
Wilderness Equipment -
The Wilderness Equipment Deluge Rain Jacket is perfect for hiking. The mid-thigh length means that you'll be protected from the elements even without overpants, and the adjustable hood gives a wide range of vision options. Storm Defence technology ensures that you stay dry with 3-layer moisture vapour permeable polyester fabric! With two handwarmer pockets, two weatherproof stash pockets and adjustable cuffs, this jacket will protect you in even the most persistent rainfall.
Durable, easily maintained Storm Defence moisture-vapour permeable 3-Layer polyester fabric
Adjustable hood for a wide range of vision and superb protection
Two hand warmer pockets and two weatherproof stash pockets
Face Fabric: Polyester Taslan Finish: DWR Face, PU Membrane, Tricot
Backing WaterHead: 10,000mm
Moisture Vapour Transmission Rate: 5000g/m2/24h
Black Diamond -
Trail Walking Poles
The Black Diamond Trail Walking Poles will keep you steady and confident on the trail. With high-performance features such as 7075 Aluminium Shafts and Dual FlickLock adjustability, the Trail walking pole is the perfect balance between comfort and durability. The three shaft design ensures the poles are easily packed down and stored on the side of the pack. Suitable for any terrain, these poles are fantastic support on those steady inclines or steep descents.
Rubber grip with rib pattern to reduce vibration
Vari-width nylon webbing strap with woven lining for increased comfort
Non-slip EVA foam grip extension
Three-section aluminum shaft
Double FlickLock adjustability
Long Flex tips
One size fit's all
Usable length: 63.5-140 cm
Collapsed length: 63.5 cm
Please note: a pair of walking poles is included for each guest on the Mt Solitary trail.