Sunday, 26 June 2016 21:21

Salming Elements - Tested and Reviewed

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I was lucky to get my hands on the Element’s before general release earlier this year and they offer something different from the Trail T1 we previously reviewed. An aggressive outsole. The Trail T1 were comfortable, but were like ice skates when the going got sloppy, full of mud. However…
Sunday, 19 June 2016 07:36

Rab AL Pull On - Tested and Reviewed

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Having something light and warm is essential when hitting the trail in the winter months, for when the temperatures force you to layer up or you get benighted. The Rab AL Pull On is a stretch fleece pull over, mapping the contours of your body, wrapping you up in comforting…
Tuesday, 03 May 2016 20:31

Wigwam Trail Trax Pro Socks - Tested & Reviewed

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Socks. We spend our hard earned cash on expensive shoes, jackets, watches and many other larger items, but how many of us pay attention to what we wrap around our feet?
Monday, 18 April 2016 22:14

Salomon Sonic Pro - Tested & Reviewed

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When I took delivery of the Sense Mantra 3 last year I ended up using them on the road more than the trail. Living in a city and having to run to the trails, more often then not, my trail shoes share 20-30% of their time spent running on man…
Monday, 18 April 2016 22:03

Hoka One One Clifton 2 - Tested & Reviewed

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Last year I reviewed the Speedgoat and I was undecided whether the maximal new age was for me. The midsole was a little soft for my liking for technical descents, but on the flats and climbs, I could see the benefit and they also worked wonders after I injured myself on a…
Monday, 18 April 2016 21:52

Inov8 RoadClaw 275 - Reviewed & Tested

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Inov8 exist to enable you to take on any terrain. Their comprehensive line of trail/fell shoes and expansion into cross fit/gyms, had most bases covered. However, the roads were a little lacking of options. Its true they have the X-Treme™ range, but these low drop, ultralight shoes favoured the biomechanically…
Sunday, 20 March 2016 22:28

Arc'teryx Atom SL - Tested and Reviewed

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Arc'teryx's new Atom SL is ready for the summer days and nights, when going light and fast requires an added layer of protection and insulation. We've taken the ultra light jacket into the mountains on two wheels and two feets to put it to the test.
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