Established in 1986 Trekitt is family owned and run. We have always been driven by our passion for wild places and mountains and have enjoyed sharing those experiences with our customers for over 30 years.

Trekitt provides top quality equipment and clothing for mountaineers, hill walkers, climbers and travellers and has grown over the years to cater for a wide range of outdoor activities. We hold large stocks of specialist clothing and equipment from the worlds best brands backed up by our award winning customer service.  We are more than a shop, we are a service for adventure, we fully understand that to get the most from your passion you need the best kit that is fit for purpose and suits you personally.  We offer expert boot and rucksack fitting services in our Hereford shop and are always happy to discuss your equipment needs, so just call us.

The Hereford shop is open Monday to Saturday from 09:00 - 17:30.

We are closed on Sundays and Bank Holidays because we value our free time and want to keep it that way.

51 Eign GateHereford Herefordshire HR4 0AB

Latest News & Updates at Trekitt

Climbing Croatia || Seven Days, Six Crags || Part 2

Will C17/07/2018 13:18:23

Good afternoon Trekitteers! Today I'll cover the next couple of days of our trip to Croatia (which already feels like a lifetime ago). This sent us up our very first multi-pitches, which was one of the coolest things we've ever done! Stick around, cus these 2 days were even more exciting than the first! I truly intended to squeeze.... More

Climbing Croatia || Seven Days, Six Crags || Part 1

Will C16/07/2018 12:26:01

Hello Trekitteers! Just a quick introduction – My name is Hannah and I’ve been part of Trekitt for around 18 months now – I do a lot of writing for my website www.theferallady.com (of course, linked to Trekitt) and the majority of blog posts will now be shared here! I’ve done a bit of writing for the official Trekitt.... More

Testing Garmin GPS at Bike Park Wales

Will C26/06/2018 15:55:45

So what do you do when you’re offered a day’s training with the Garmin Fenix watches at Bike Park Wales?? Grab your bike, dig out your kit and RSVP as a big fat yes please. Luckily, this is exactly what we had the opportunity to do. Greg from Dalesman, who are one of the largest Garmin distributors in the UK,.... More

The New ‘Green’ Trekitt Van

Will C10/05/2018 15:24:20

Lets assume that as you’ve found this page, you’re at least mildly interested in an outdoor recreation; whether that be climbing, walking, biking, kayaking or a host of other options. Imagine if those places were to suddenly become inaccessible, what would you do with your spare time? Yes, you could longingly stare out of a sodden window with a miserable.... More

5 Ways You’re Ruining Your Walking Boots

Harry B10/04/2018 16:34:58

Excessive Volume Problem: Excessive volume. More often than not, the picture below will be a result of incorrect fitting rather than the boot failing you on quality. Essentially, there is too much room above your foot inside the boot, resulting in the fabric creasing sharply. Yes, tightening the laces will bring the volume down slightly, however you’ll.... More

Review: Rab Womens Continuum Jacket

Will C29/03/2018 15:34:30

Words: Hannah Campbell The Continuum is a super lightweight down jacket aimed at Alpinists as the down jacket for fast and light ascents (it’s far more versatile than that though). You may have noticed that this jacket has been in a tonne of my photos and the videos that I’ve done with Trekitt – well, that’s because I’ve been.... More

Review: Rab Kinetic Plus Jacket

Will C29/03/2018 14:57:36

Words: Ali White Firstly, I will admit that I had my doubts about the Kinetic Plus. Rab claim it to be a waterproof, however on first inspection I didn’t believe them. The Proflex material is much closer to that of a light weight softshell such as my Rab Ventus jacket than any waterproof jacket I have owned. As you.... More

Review: Rab Ascent 500 Sleeping Bag

Harry B15/03/2018 11:57:01

Words by Dom Haseldine For a person that has laboured with a large synthetic sleeping bag for the last 5, years the Ascent 500 is an absolute treat! So, first let’s cover the specs; the bag itself has a Pertex Microlight inner and outer with a filling of hydrophobically treated 650 fill-power duck down which is put into.... More

Shipping has been suspended & opening times may vary.

Will C02/03/2018 12:39:01

Shipping has been suspended & opening times may vary. Royal Mail, DPD and FedEx have suspended our shipping service due to the current adverse weather conditions. As a direct result, there will be delays on all order place around this time period so we kindly ask all of our customers to be patient. Orders can.... More

The Beast From The East: Shipping Update

Will C01/03/2018 11:45:15

We want to let all of our customers know that due to Storm Emma, and the fact we are located right on the edge of the Met Office Red Warning Area, our normal delivery times may be disrupted. We also need to make sure all our staff are safe and may have to close the shop/warehouse at short.... More

Which Outer Layer Should You Choose?

Harry B24/01/2018 12:39:13

Your waterproof, or shell layer, consists of the outer garments of your layering system, commonly a jacket and over-trousers. The jacket is often the piece of outdoor kit that people buy first. After all, it rains a lot in the UK and who wants to get wet? As well as keeping out the rain, your shell jacket must also allow.... More

Layering Masterclass – How to Dress Appropriately for the Outdoors

Harry B09/01/2018 12:56:07

The tried and tested Layering System has been the staple choice for walkers, mountaineers and climbers for decades. By combining multiple performance layers, outdoor users can enjoy their time in the mountains whilst remaining warm, comfortable and safe. There’s an old saying that goes: “there’s no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing”. With the right clothes, any outdoor.... More

Review: The Lowe Alpine Aeon Packs

Harry B09/01/2018 09:48:14

Words by Trekitt’s Hannah Campbell. For her full reviews and blogs, check our her page here. As we were packing to head up North, the boys from upstairs asked us to take the new Lowe Alpine Aeon packs for a test run to see what we thought. We were honestly blown away by them; so I thought I’d.... More

Review: Arc’teryx Women’s Trino Tights

Harry B04/01/2018 12:15:49

Words by Trekitt’s Hannah Campbell. Check out more of her blogs and reviews here. So the Trino tights have been designed to fit into Arc’teryx’s Endorphin Performance Range – which is designed predominantly for Mountain and Trail running. However, I think that this puts this piece of kit into a very slim activity range. What I’ve actually found.... More

Review: Rab Alpha Direct Jacket

Will C02/01/2018 15:30:52

Introduction: I’ve always looked at the Alpha Direct from Rab and wondered “where would this fit in my range?”, and I’m happy to report it has strongly cemented itself as a key piece in my layering system. The Polartec Alpha lining and Pertex Microlight outer means that this hybrid jacket is as happy as a layering piece as well as.... More

Review: Rab Exodus Jacket

Will C14/12/2017 16:37:40

Written: Saul Davies Introduction: I was looking for a heavier weight but breathable softshell jacket to fill a gap in my armoury of outerwear, so when I saw the Exodus jacket on the shop floor, it immediately grabbed my attention and ticked all the boxes. Now, I can give kit a fair bit of abuse. I like to be.... More

Review: Arc’teryx Konseal FL Approach Shoes

Will C13/12/2017 14:33:45

Written: Harry Bradbury Introduction: Right, so let’s start this on a complete unbiased note - I had a pair of Arc’teryx’s original Acrux shoes and really didn’t get on with them; I could wear them for an hour or so before becoming crippled around my Achilles. The Konseal’s, however, are a dream to wear. The elimination of the sock.... More

Review: Rab Electron Jacket

Will C28/11/2017 14:45:30

Written: Harry Bradbury Introduction: You’d be right in thinking that the Rab Electron looks just like a number of Rab’s other insulated pieces; the baffled design, classic Rab logo and a neat, recognisable fit, however (to me) the Electron is a little different in its own unique way. Having owned the Electron for just over two months, I can.... More

Paul’s Post-op Plans: Harborough Rocks

Harry B17/10/2017 10:53:37

I don’t know what came over me, but I just needed to go climbing, and go climbing very soon. Let me put this into some perspective for you. After decades of thrashing around the mountains, fell running, mountaineering and climbing, my feet are now what you might politely term as “knackered”. Despite a pain enforced break from all (serious) activity.... More

The Pembrokeshire Walkies – Part 4

Harry B17/10/2017 09:57:06

DAY TWELVE Trefin - Pwll Deri Predicted Mileage: 9.5 miles Actual Mileage: 11.4 miles I'm not going to lie guys. I cried about 4 times today. There were so many times that I wanted to chuck my bag down, nap for an hour and eat half a.... More

Bob Thomas Completes a Back-to-Back Traverse of the Cuillin Ridge | North to South - South to North

Will C12/10/2017 10:04:36

In June 2017 I found myself sitting on the western bank of the Allt Dearg Mor above the Sligachan Campsite with Graham, my client for the last five days, enjoying a cup of tea and nibbling some cake. Gazing up at the wide bowl of Coire a’ Bhasteir, I found myself pondering the whether to embark on two.... More

The Pembrokeshire Walkies – Part 3

Harry B02/10/2017 15:28:50

DAY SEVEN Dale - Marloes Predicted Mileage - 6 miles Actual Mileage - 7.5 miles And the knee is back up and running (kinda... Ibuprofen and a beasty knee strap will save the trip)! Jack and Haze have joined us for a few days.... More

The Pembrokeshire Walkies – Part 2

Harry B19/09/2017 17:00:32

DAY ONE Amroth - Lydstep Predicted Mileage : 11 Miles Actual Mileage : 13.3 Miles (there was a food festival in Tenby!) We set off at 5:20 this morning (thanks for the lift Mum!) and had the most beautiful weather we've seen all year.... More

The Pembrokeshire Walkies – Part 1

Harry B04/09/2017 12:06:34

Hannah Hi. I’m Hannah. I’m 24 years old and I’ve spent the majority of my adult life running, climbing, paragliding and hiking the Brecon Beacons. I was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis at 18 months old. My parents worked relentlessly to raise me into a happy, healthy, determined young human being. Unfortunately, at the age of 16 my determination.... More

Important Systems Update

Will C14/08/2017 11:03:34

Dear Trekitt Customers Please note that we are introducing a major upgrade to our entire software suite including tills and data management systems on the 16th/17th August 2017. We are doing this to invest in the future security and efficiency of this growing business. The new system will enable us to improve the way we work, reduce.... More

   

The whole ordering and delivery process went very smoothly but unfortunately the boots I had ordered were slightly too narrow and had to be returned, the no quibbles returns process was quick and easy, with Trekitt keeping me informed by email at every step of the way, including receipt of my parcel and when my refund had been processed. Service and communication with this company always excellent.

Steve.B  •   8th Aug.

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