The Haglofs Vertigo II is the company's latest attempt to fill that awkward crossover point between trail walking and scrambling; the approach shoe
Dachstein have an illustrious history but are probably best known in the UK for their legendary gloves, but when we heard they also produce a "unique" line of shoes and boots we couldn't turn down the opportunity to give their approach shoes a full-on test.
Monday, 07 November 2016 21:17

La Sportiva Mutant Trail Shoe: Tested & Reviewed

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La Sportiva for me are an extremely strong brand in the climbing and mountaineering discipline. The climbing shoes I currently use, as well as my previous ones, are La Sportiva.
Thursday, 18 August 2016 20:25

Teva Kimtah Mid eVent Leather: Tested & Reviewed

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Teva say the Kimtah Mid eVent are “For tough trails that turn into sunny-day downpours and post-hike drinks, the Kimtah Mid eVent Leather always keeps up. It’s a waterproof hiking shoe that’s super comfortable, supportive and durable.”
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