Wednesday, 09 November 2016 21:12

Raidlight Ultra Raid 30 Pack: Tested & Reviewed

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Raidlight designed the Ultra Raid 30 pack for adventure racing, storage of enough gear and being as light as possible with enough storage options to get through your adventure. It is part of the Ultralight Olmo range. 
Friday, 04 November 2016 13:36

Osprey Rev 18 Tested and Reviewed

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The Osprey Rev 18 is a larger sized hydration pack for long days out or lightweight multi-day adventures, with a 2.5 litre HydraulicsTM LT Reservoir and a dedicated DigiFlipTM phone pocket.
Monday, 31 October 2016 08:09

A guide to Petzl head torches for runners

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As the nights draw in and the temperatures start to drop, as runners we start to look forward to muddy trails and crisp morning runs. Here MyOutdoors Trail Running Team reviewer Giles Thurston checks out the range of options from the most well known and popular brand, Petzl.
Tuesday, 23 August 2016 06:48

Hoka One One Clayton - Tested and Reviewed

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The Clayton is Hoka One One’s premier road offering for 2016. Could this be third time lucky after a tricky relationship so far?
Tuesday, 16 August 2016 19:37

Salomon S-LAB Sense 5 Ultra - Tested and Reviewed

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The Salomon S-LAB Sense Ultra is iconic. For anyone who has an interest in Salomon’s trail running team, they will be aware of the famous red and white flash of their S-Lab Sense Ultra range. Developed and worn by the likes of Kilian Jornet, Emelie Forsberg and Tom Owens, they…
The North Face have a decorated history sponsoring elite runners and iconic trail races such as UTMB and The Endurance Series in the States. And yet, they aren’t a brand which are a go to for shoes. But is this about to change? With an athlete roster boasting the likes…
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…
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