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Outdoor gear for kids – review

KG1

A few winters back we were coming down from a fine day on the hill and came across two people coming up towards us exchanging loud words until they spotted us. We had a quick chat, it was dad and

Posted in Accessories, Gear reviews, Jackets, Magazine, Rucksacks

Gear test – Hooded fleece

HF4

Last winter I did a roundup of various midlayers and some of the feedback I got was that plain old fleece still has a lot of fans. This includes myself by the way, more often than not you’ll find me

Posted in Gear reviews, Jackets, Magazine

Daypacks – Group Test

Berghaus

A daypack is something most or all of us will have. It’s a rucksack to take all of our kit for a day in the hills, small enough to be easy to manage but sometimes big enough to carry your

Posted in Gear reviews, Magazine, Rucksacks


Outdoors trousers – Group Test

Trousers 3

The first thing you have to ask yourself is this; what do you want from your trousers? As odd as that might sound when you say it out loud it’s something you have to think about when looking at outdoor

Posted in Gear reviews, Trousers

Lightweight boots – Group Test

Lowa

Last month I looked at trail shoes and the best thing about doing that review was the comfort and flexibility for my feet during testing. The good news is that these are still qualities you can find in lightweight boots,

Posted in Footwear, Gear reviews, Magazine

Trail shoes – Group Test

Salomon

I spent my early days running around the hills in trainers carrying a cheap rucksack with a nylon cagoule and a spare jumper in it. Before I knew it I was head to toe in technical gear, with big boots

Posted in Footwear, Gear reviews, Magazine



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