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Swag Review: Pat Callinan’s 4X4 Adventures

The Romance of the Swag – Sam Purcell Coming from Tawonga, a 300-strong town in the foothills of northern Victoria’s alpine region, Hal Saul is the man behind Saul Swags. Running since 1957, Saul Swags has become a bit of an institution amongst swag aficionados. The reasons why are quite…

Swag Review: Sporting Shooter Magazine

These products are ideal for shooters and bush enthusiasts who require comfortable bedding and shelter without the fuss of pitching a tent. Before we had Gore-tex dome tents and hi-tech bivi bags, bushmen survived with their wits, a little Aussie ingenuity and, of course, the ever reliable swag. Today, just…

Swag Review: 4X4 Magazine

A Bushy’s User Appraisal Lovers of the great outdoors have now rediscovered the joys of the swag, but before you plunge in and buy, take a moment and read about this beauty. At first glance it’s no show pony-simple, no fancy logos or add ons, but it’s got it where…

Swag Review: Hoof & Horns Magazine

I could tell the moment I opened the Saul Swag I was looking at something designed by a bushman. One of the first things you notice about the swag is the simplicity of its design, two main flaps, plus one which comes out from the head, and that’s it. At…