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Friday, 02 May 2014 15:13

Icebreaker Mondo Zip Reviewed

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Overall View A lot to spend on a baselayer but soon pays its way with fewer washes needed while saving weight and pack bulk. Easy clean on the trail. Some find merino itchy and some feel outsourced production doesn't meet New Zealand's original quality but judged on its own merits…
Overall View Once adjusted to the way it feels, the Under Armour compression top excelled in it's ability to wick moisture away from the body whilst still retaining (and even building) the degree of warmth. It's a new type of baselayer technology for the average outdoor enthusiast but it's easy…
Overall View For winter walking or skiing you'll find it hard to find a better value for money, entry level, glove. Surprisingly warm and flexible with all the style of softshell the Berghaus Elements offers a lot for your £30 Real World Test Now don't get us us wrong, we…
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…
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