Thank You, Tradies – It’s the End of an Era

Issue #1 of Rheem Offsite hit the shelves in June 2017. In its contents was the first tradie profile, the first of many fishing and hunting articles, and, of course, the very first Rheem double page feature – which quite fittingly focussed on that year’s Big 6 Challenge (a modernised

Hunting Equipment Guide for Beginners

You must have a firearms licence to own a firearm in New Zealand so that’s the first port of call if you’re thinking about taking up hunting. The next thing is a trip to your local retailer for some experienced advice on what firearm and equipment will best suit your

Coast to Coast: Rutting Chamois

The chamois rut comes around once a year – a time when the bucks only have one thing on their mind. It makes it a great time to hunt them as invariably you’ll find them parked up by female groups with very little inhibitions. This year, we had two awesome


Words by Richard Laming @escape.immerse.evolve Photos by Graeme Murray @graememurraynz Connection: a word often used to describe something deep in the human psyche. It’s a hard concept to quantify, but one could say it’s the alignment of our energy and thoughts to something external – outdoor enthusiasts have a connection

Van Life: Aotearoa

We named him Reggie the very first day we got him. Just like a boat, every adventure vehicle worth its salt needs a name, and one look at this staunch vessel – with its boxy lines, knobby mud tires, and flat-top wooden roof rack – had us convinced it was