Friday, 02 May 2014 12:24

Brasher Kiso GTXReviewed

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Overall View A classic style lightweight fabric boot designed for the UK hills with a good combination of features for the price. As a 2/3 season boot they're a cut above your entry level alternatives and although not the cheapest lightweight boot around the Kiso GTX should give you a…
Friday, 02 May 2014 12:12

Brasher Supalite Active GTX Reviewed

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The new Brasher Supalite Active GTX boots probably come closer to the original ethos of Chris Brasher himself, getting as close to the feel of a pair of trainers as any boot we've tested. Weight is one of the main issues when trying to make a boot feel like a…
Friday, 02 May 2014 12:03

Brasher Supalite II GTX Reviewed

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Overall View Overall a very good 3 season boot ideally suited to lower to mid level walks. A traditional style boot in the typical Brasher style, though with a closer fit that's particularly noticeable around the heel. If the style fits your foot you should get a durable boot that…
Friday, 02 May 2014 11:57

KSB Skye X-Lite eVent boots Reviewed

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Overall View A good entry to mid level boot in a classic style but with the benefits of modern membrane technology to guarantee water resistance. Full leather upper should give a long lifespan whilst the agressive Vibram Phoenix gives grip on a range of terrain. Ideally suited to hill walking…
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