Nico Riedel: Fly fishing in Swedish Lapland
Nico and Peter have wandered into the wilderness of Swedish Lapland in search of char. They had to carry everything they needed for the expedition themselves. That's a lot for 8 days of hiking, fishing and filming.
The mountains in northern Sweden are famous for the many fishing opportunities. In the wilderness there are bodies of water that lie under ice half the year. The rest of the year not as many anglers come to fish as it is often a long way away and the temperatures are often below zero. That's why the right equipment is the be-all and end-all. That's why the two extreme anglers put their trust in heating products from Lenz:
“It was important for us to find a solution for feet exposed to cold water. These should be kept warm for as long as possible to avoid complete cooling down.
Here we came across the Lenz heat sock 5.0 toe cap. Since there are generally few sockets to be found in the wilderness, the battery capacity was also extremely important. With the lithium pack rcp 1800 variant, the heating elements of the socks can be operated at level one for up to 20 hours. This is good enough for two days of fishing. In addition, the extension cords 120cm heat socks are very important so that the batteries can be kept on top of the body, not stuck in the clothing below the water level, and lose power due to the temperatures there.
In practice, the heat socks 5.0 toe cap proved to be a real silver bullet. The cold weak point feet could be almost completely neutralized with the excellent technology. Lenz socks keep feet mobile at all times and keep them cool. Thanks to LENZ for the excellent products and the support.”