Friday, 02 May 2014 11:42

Anatom V1 Trail Shoe Reviewed

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Overall View Well priced trail shoe ideal for long trails but equally at home on a scramble. Very stable with a good grip on most surfaces but definitely a walking rather than running shoe. Waterproof and breathable and built to last. Real World Test The Anatom V1 proved to be…
Friday, 02 May 2014 11:34

Brasher Kuga GTX Reviewed

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Overall View Brasher's new Kuga GTX is another addition to an already busy year of new models from this classic British company. As with the Kenai, Kanaga and Kiso the Kuga is very much "New Brasher" and a far cry from the traditional leather hiking boots their name has long…
Friday, 02 May 2014 11:27

Carn Stratosphere ev Low Reviewed

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Overall View More boot than trainer the Carn Stratosphere ev Low is perhaps the ultimate example of a low cut boot masquerading as a shoe. It's got the solid build required for long trekking, the grip to take on a bit of scrambling and you wouldn't feel self-conscious putting them…
Friday, 02 May 2014 11:15

Mammut Redburn Pro approach shoe Reviewed

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Over the years we've seen a lot of crossover shoes that try and fulfil the dual properties of an approach shoe and a low grade rock, or scrambling, shoe - The Mammut Redburn Pro is another in the long line. With the majority of approach shoes trying to fill this…
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