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.
Friday, 16 October 2015 12:45

Merrell Chameleon Shift tested and reviewed

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A classic in the Merrell lineup, the Chameleon has seen more versions than the memory can filter and it's latest incarnation follows a long line of successes. Designed as a hiking or trail shoe the Shift is a genuine all rounder rather than a Jack of all trades, with a…
Wednesday, 06 May 2015 12:58

Keen Uneek tested and reviewed

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Keen Uneek Something totally different for your feet from Keen, the Uneek is a sandal that's more than a sandal. A surprisingly grippy sole combined with two intricately woven cords give the Uneek both a different feel and a radically different look that works for a range of activities.
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