• Arc’teryx Norvan LD Trail Shoe reviewed

    Arc’teryx Norvan LD Trail Shoe reviewed

    Arcteryx are famous for their style and innovation so when they designate a shoe with the letters LD for long Read More
  • Bolle Aeromax: Tested and Reviewed

    Bolle Aeromax: Tested and Reviewed

    I've managed to get a few rides in this summer. Unlike a lot of people I actually adore the heat. Read More
  • Craft Monument Collection: Tested and Reviewed

    Craft Monument Collection: Tested and Reviewed

    There's an age old debate amongst road cyclists about sartorial elegance. Should kit match? Obviously one doesn't want to mix Read More
  • Women's Rab Neutrino Endurance 400 Sleeping Bag tested and reviewed

    Women's Rab Neutrino Endurance 400 Sleeping Bag tested and reviewed

    Sleeping under the stars sounds idyllic - but what if you’ve never done it before? Read More
  • Vango Idris II Low driveaway awning tested and reviewed

    Vango Idris II Low driveaway awning tested and reviewed

     Van life is one of the major trends of recent years, offering mobility and shelter in one unit, but what Read More
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Friday, 02 May 2014 21:53

Edelrid Kiro TI Reviewed

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Overall View A simple, lightweight, stove for use with standard resealable gas canisters. Powerful and with a medium flame spread and very responsive flame adjuster but piezo ignition has been dropped in favour of weight saving. Real World Test The Kiro TI, though something of a departure for Edelrid's more…
Friday, 02 May 2014 21:39

Jetboil Helios - Tested Reviewed

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Overall View It's not cheap, but the Helios is far more than a super-efficient, super-fast stove. The 2L pot is a good size for one or two people and with remote inverted gas feed you start recovering the capital outlay from day one with efficiency savings. At almost a kilo…
Friday, 02 May 2014 21:28

MSR Pocket Rocket Reviewed

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Talk about stoves with anyone who camps regularly and the MSR Pocket Rocket is bound to get a mention. Over the space of a few years this stove has become a classic and a benchmark by which others are measured. Since it first appeared on the market new, lighter, stoves…
Friday, 02 May 2014 21:23

MSR Windpro - Tested and Reviewed

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The first thing you notice about the MSR WindPro is its minimalist style and size, instrumental in making this the lightest remote canister stove on the market. Don't go overboard when it comes to the weight, however, as there's only about 5g difference between this stove and the Primus Express…
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Clothing & Footwear

  • Mountain Equipment Women’s Guide Gloves tested and reviewed +

    Let’s face it: Alpine climbing brings a whole host of new challenges for climbers not used to climbing with big Read More
  • Mountain Equipment Women’s Squall Jacket – tested and reviewed +

    A decent softshell jackets happens to be one of those key investment pieces part of every outdoor enthusiasts wardrobe, which Read More
  • Arcteryx Cerium SL Hoody tested and reviewed +

    Incredibly light and boasting perhaps the best warmth to weight ratio on the market, the Arcteryx Cerium SL Hoody is Read More
  • Arcteryx Atom SL Hoody tested and reviewed +

     The Arcteryx SL Hoody is a classic Arcteryx product; innovative, technical but with a minimilist appeal that belies its capabilities. Read More
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Tents & Sleeping Bags

  • Women's Rab Neutrino Endurance 400 Sleeping Bag tested and reviewed +

    Sleeping under the stars sounds idyllic - but what if you’ve never done it before? Read More
  • Snugpak Journey Duo tested and reviewed +

     Snugpak are renowned for building solid, military grade, shelters and sleeping bags and in the latest offering, the Journey Duo, Read More
  • Tarptent Scarp 1: Tested & Reviewed +

    Winter single person tents are hard to find especially when you are trying to run lean in terms of weight. Read More
  • Force Ten Xenon UL 2 tested and reviewed +

    Following on from the Argon and Helium we take a look at Force Ten's latest inert-gas monickered offering - the Xenon Read More
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    AdventureProof. Osprey Transporters are tough, high-quality duffels designed to withstand the rigours of adventure. Representing the pinnacle of performance in Read More
  • Mammut: Redefining the Extreme +

    NEW EIGER EXTREME COLLECTION FOR 17/18 Extreme products for extreme applications: now in its fourth generation, the new Mammut Eiger Read More
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