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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…
Overall View Comfort and support in a lightweight shoe ideal for orienteering, adventure racing and anyone needing to move fast over a variety of terrains. Real World Test We always struggle a little with the combination of lightweight and breathable, waterproof, linings, as they seem almost contradictory. The balance between…
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Clothing & Footwear

  • Berghaus Fastpacking Extrem Jacket tested and reviewed +

     The latest lightweight shell from the Berghaus team combines Extrem level performance in a UK-compatible jacket. Utilising Berghaus' own Hydroshell 2.5 Read More
  • Mammut Xeron jacket tested and reviewed +

    While the big story in insulation over recent years has been the development of hydrophobic down it's far from the Read More
  • Norrona Falketind Alpha 60 jacket tested and reviewed +

    The Norrona Falketind Alpha 60 is one of the new breed of ultra lightweight insulated mid layers that work either Read More
  • Eider Solden 3 ski jacket tested and reviewed +

    Eider's Solden 3 jacket combines a classic look with the latest technology to provide a highly adjustable, breathable and waterproof, Read More
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Tents & Sleeping Bags

  • Cumulus Panyam 450 Sleeping Bag: Tested & Reviewed +

    Cumulus is a Polish brand that have produced down products for best part of 30 years. They don’t say much Read More
  • Robens Green Cone 4 man tent tested and reviewed +

    Danish manufacturers Robens may not be a well known brand in the UK but in Europe they're a well respected Read More
  • Snugpak Jungle Hammock and Cocoon tested and reviewed +

    Snugpak have taken a look at the problem of cold when using a hammock and come up with a novel Read More
  • Nordisk Halland 2 First impressions +

    Named after a province on the west coast of Sweden, Nordisk's 2 man lightweight Halland 2 tunnel tent is a modern Read More
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