From left to right
Waterproof trousers - Canada Goose
Waterproof shell - Canada Goose
Lightweight down jacket - Canada Goose
Blow up pillow - Slight luxury as rolled up clothes also work but this isn't a race.
T-Shirts X2 - One for the walk and one to wear on the train home
Small backpack - Lifeventure - Some kit will be on the outside.
GPS tracker - SPOT - Come find me. Bring ale ;)
Socks X5 - All thin pairs. Wear two at a time and rotate them. Saves space.
Jocks X2 - might regret not taking more.
Tent - Terra Nova Laser Ultra - I LOVE THIS TENT. Its 580g. #GramNerd
Camping mat - Therm-A-rest Neo air - Also light and comfy
Down sleeping bag - Haglofs
Oat cakes - For emergencies. Relying on pubs mainly on this walk.
Light trail shoes - Adidas - lighter than hiking boots. First time I'm using this type of shoe.
Hip bag - Haglofs - For easy access stuff like camera, food, chargers etc.
Various stuff sacks and ziplock bags - Keep things dry
Wilson - My leg massaging aid. Roll the knots away.
Little Flying Cow - My adventure mascot
Bog roll -
Water filter - Fresh2O - Filter 99.99% of all bacteria, not viruses though. You will get ebola!
Jetfoil - Coffeeeeeee!!!!!!!
Biltong - Gavins Homemade Biltong - Protein recovery
Waterproof camera case - Quad Lock
Lighter - in case jetfoil click-light fails.
AAA batteries - or head torch and SPOT
Head torch - Black Diamond - Lots of night walking this time of year.
Mug - Thermos - Coffeeeeeeee!!!!!
Toothbrush and paste
Deodorant - To be more pleasant to be around din pubs.
Nail clippers - Also good for cutting rope if you need.
Cable ties - always useful
Guide book - Offa's Dyke
Cables and chargers
13000mAh battery bank - I get about 6 iPhone charges out of it.
Coffee maker - very important
Hip flask with whisky - even more important