The Mammut Juho is the type of jacket that dominates the mid-range market, offering simple styling with reliable performance. It's a 2.5 layer GoreTex product which provides the essential levels of waterproofing, breathability and wind resistance without going over the top on features that, in reality, the majority of UK…
Friday, 02 May 2014 13:50

Mammut Plano Hoody Tested and Reviewed

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Mammut state that this jacket is ideal for backpacking, winter hiking/snowshoeing and travel and suitable for Classical Alpinism, basecamp use and for mountain hiking. Working as a Mountaineering Instructor, I wanted a softshell jacket that would look good but also work well. I chose the Plano hoody because of its…
Friday, 02 May 2014 13:41

Montane Prism jacket Reviewed

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There's so many good features in the Montane Prism it's hard to know where to start. As down fans we've always felt synthetic insulation is a necessary evil rather than a positive choice, but if ever a product was going to change this perception it's the Prism. Updated from the…
Friday, 02 May 2014 13:30

Sherpa Adventure Gear Khumbuche Reviewed

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Tested and reviewed by Kirstin Everett - Nov/Dec 2012 in the Lake District The Sherpa jacket looks an impressive piece of kit and it doesn't diasppoint. Designed by Sherpas, who let's face it, know a thing or three about harsh conditions, it has a look that just says 'Expedition'. There…
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