Overall View A modern lightweight boot using a fabric outer with a Gore-Tex liner. Comfortable straight from the box, though slightly large for the size, and ideal for long wet grass. Not designed as a mountain boot but used in the right terrain and with a street price around £75…
Friday, 02 May 2014 13:00

Brasher Altai GTXReviewed

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Overall View A solid performer designed for rough terrain and a lot of attention to comfort. Excellent tri-fit footbed and good shock absorption make the Altai ideal for long tracks while the Vibram Winkler sole gives good grip off-path. Real World Test The double bank holiday of late April and…
Friday, 02 May 2014 12:51

Brasher Hillmaster GTX Reviewed

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Overall View A good all round boot for UK conditions if they fit your foot and you give them a bit of time to wear in. The Hillmaster is Britain's most popular boot for a reason. It's not radical, doesn't set any new boundaries, it just does what it's meant…
Friday, 02 May 2014 12:45

Brasher Hillmaster II GTX Reviewed

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The new Hillmaster II GTX was launched last month at Wasdale Head and has seen a solid month of testing in pretty much every condition since launch. As a replacement for the Hillmaster it's got a lot to live up to but the tweaks and changes take nothing away from…
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