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Marmot Precip (2015)

£85.00

FeaturesMarmot’s Precip is a modern classic and is now using its new NanoPro 2.5-layer nylon fabric for durability and a little more condensation control. This material isn’t the best for breathability but it’s better than most at this price. You also get pit zips and two main pockets, which are mesh-lined rather than sealed, plus a hood with a large ...

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Outdoor Research Crocodiles (2015)

£55.00

FeaturesOutdoor Research Crocodiles use Gore-Tex fabric, which is well-known for its waterproof and breathable performance; but you also get a much tougher 100 per cent nylon outer fabric for extra durability. The underfoot strap is made from BioThane-coated webbing for more durability. The front opening is just Velcro though with no press studs or zips, and just a top webbing ...

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Berghaus Yeti Attak II (2015)

£80.00

FeaturesThe Berghaus Yeti Attak II is a classic gaiter that encloses your footwear, with a rubber rand creating a waterproof seal between gaiter and boot. There is a front zip with a Velcro stormflap and drawcord at the top. The material is Gore-Tex for maximum waterproofness and breathability, but there’s also a very tough outer face fabric for durability. 5/5 ...

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Montane Super Terra Pants (2015)

£125.00

FeaturesThe Cordura fabric (97% polyester, 3% spandex) is reinforced at the knees and seat with a waterproof Cordura Hydro that is 93% nylon and 7% PU, making the Montane Super Terra Pants tough yet comfy trousers with a small amount of stretch and triple stitching for durability. There are four large front zipped pockets, zipped vents at the knees, a ...

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Berghaus Patera (2015)

£130.00

FeaturesSchoeller Dryskin 3xDry fabric is a 90% nylon for durability and extremely fast drying. This version is also quite thin, making the Berghaus Patera trousers cooler and lighter than some. It is also very breathable so it works well under waterproofs. The two zipped hip pockets take OS maps but the smaller leg pocket does not. The waist has a ...

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Arc’teryx Gamma AR Pant (2015)

£135.00

FeaturesThe Burley Double Weave fabric used in the Arc’teryx Gamma AR Pant has four-way stretch so it should be comfy and the outside is made from nylon for durability, while inside is a brushed polyester for comfort. The four front pockets are zipped and take an OS map too. There are no ankle cuff zips here, though. But you do ...

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Outdoor Research Cirque (2015)

£115.00

FeaturesThe four-way stretch 50% nylon fabric used in the Outdoor Research Cirque trousers is durable as well as water- and wind-resistant. It isn’t a laminate so it’s also very breathable. Features include a wide waistbelt with a soft lining and Velcro adjustment. There are three front zipped pockets with large abrasion patches inside the ankle cuff. A side zip with ...

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Fjällräven Vidda Pro (2015)

£125.00

FeaturesFjällräven’s G1000 material comprising of 65% polyester and 35% cotton can be treated with Greenland Wax in areas where more water resistance is required. It’s also a very breathable fabric. There are lots of other features here, though, including five large pockets, ankle cuff press-stud adjustment and a lace hook so you can secure the cuff area. There is no ...

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Páramo Long Gaiter (2015)

£52.00

FeaturesThe Páramo Long Gaiter is a well-proven product that benefits from Páramo’s Nikwax Analogy material, which is far more breathable than other waterproof fabrics so you get better condensation control. There is a front zip with a press stud stormflap over the top. The underfoot strap is a tough, rubberised design that can be easily adjusted or replaced. A top ...

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Mountain Equipment Ibex (2015)

£80.00

FeaturesThe Exolite stretch woven fabric comprises of 92% nylon, which makes it very durable but also very breathable, plus it sheds light moisture so it’s a good all-rounder. There are four front pockets with zips plus a rear zipped pocket. The ankle cuff is zipped to the calf with a gusset behind. A waistbelt is provided along with a soft ...

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Vaude Defender Pants III (2015)

£130.00

FeaturesA former Trail ‘Best in Test’ winner, the Vaude Defender has been upgraded to version III. It uses a Schoeller Dynamic fabric – a woven nylon that’s tough and stretchy, making it ideal for the hill. Bluesign certification also means it’s good for the environment. There are five zipped pockets but they’re quite small, while ankle cuff adjustment and abrasion ...

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Montane Alpine Stretch (2015)

£100.00

FeaturesThe four-way stretch Chameleon3 is a polyester fabric without a membrane where the tight weave ensures it is very windproof and very breathable, though not quite as waterproof or as warm as some others. The men’s has four large pockets with superb ease of access, the women’s has only the two main pockets, but both have a hood with a ...

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Arc’teryx Epsilon LT Hoody (2015)

£130.00

FeaturesThe Arc’teryx Epsilon LT Hoody is a good all-rounder in terms of features, so you get a medium-weight fabric that offers medium level of insulation, wind and water resistance – potentially ideal for general hill and mountain use. There are two well-placed main pockets and a hood with face and volume adjustment. The 566g weight is reasonable too, so overall ...

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Lightwave Fastpack 50 (2015)

£120.00

FeaturesThe Lightwave Fastpack 50 is a well-established sack for those who prefer simpler designs that are functional but lightweight. For the weight of just 1211g you get a capacity that appears greater than some other 50 litre packs. The body of the sack has taped and welded seams so your gear should stay dry. The lid is fixed with a ...

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Fjällräven Friluft 45 (2015)

£135.00

FeaturesFor better airflow the Fjällräven Friluft 45 has an arched back panel with a mesh panel across the back in contact with the wearer. The body of the sack is a single compartment with a fixed lid, so that water cannot enter the main compartment. There are pockets on the lid, stretch pockets on the body and relatively large pockets ...

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Vaude Brenta 50 (2015)

£110.00

FeaturesThis pack is designed with Vaude’s Aeroflex back system, which allows the shoulder straps to be raised to adjust back length. The back system also holds the pack away from the body of the wearer. There is a main and lower compartment as well as side and front stretch pockets and compression straps. The lid is a fixed design with ...

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Berghaus Explorer 40 (2015)

£100.00

FeaturesDeveloped from the Berghaus Expedition Light 80, this 40 litre pack features a Biofit back system, which allows the shoulder straps to be raised to adjust back length. You get twin main compartments and a fixed lid. Side compression straps, mesh side pockets and a front stretch stash pocket provide loading options and it all weighs in at a respectable ...

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Osprey Exos 48 (2015)

£120.00

FeaturesThe Osprey Exos 48 is the latest version of the popular Exos range of packs. You get a single main compartment with a twin-buckle lid. But you can remove the lid and just use the more basic in-situ cover to the main opening. There are side mesh pockets, compression straps and a stretch front pocket. The Airspeed back system holds ...

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Rab Torque (2015)

£130.00

FeaturesMatrix Double Weave Stretch (Matrix DWS) fabric is used to make the Rab Torque very breathable as there is no membrane; also it’s very durable, with hood and elbow reinforcement. The hood is helmet-compatible and has a wired peak. The weight of 488g (size L) is great, but you only get two Napoleon chest pockets. Rab’s Sawtooth jacket (£100) has ...

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Lowe Alpine Airzone Pro 45/55 (2015)

£115.00

FeaturesThe Airzone range of rucksacks hold the pack away from the wearer’s body with a mesh ‘trampoline’ for better airflow. You also get a main body with a top lid that can be raised for expanding the load, while compression straps on the side and mesh side pockets provide alternative loading options. There is also a large front zipped pocket. ...

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Deuter ACT Lite 40+10 (2015)

£120.00

FeaturesA frequent winner of Trail tests, the ACT Lite 40+10 features Deuter’s Vari-Quick back system. There are twin main compartments and the lid can be expanded vertically but it also has a baffle link to the main body of the sack to prevent water creeping inside. There are side compression straps, mesh side pockets and a front stash pocket too. ...

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Rab Ventus (2015)

£65.00

FeaturesThe Rab Ventus provides just a little more wind and water resistance than a fleece but lacks the insulation of one. It has two main pockets placed high on the body, plus a hood. There is hem drawcord to keep out draughts, while the cuffs are elasticated but there is no hood adjustment. It’s minimalist compared to most soft shells ...

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Black Diamond Nitro 22 (2015)

£80.00

As soon as you feel the face fabric, you know this tough cookie is meant for rough, rocky adventures. It’s highly abrasion-resistant (I scrubbed it on hard, damp limestone while squeezing into a Derbyshire cave) and it doesn’t mind getting wet, so it doesn’t bother with a rain cover. The mesh/hole back panel ventilates well, while the huge hip-fins embrace ...

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OspreyStratos 24 (2015)

£75.00

The Stratos 24 has been my default summer day-pack for a very long time. It just gets everything right: compactness, stability, features in abundance and unrivalled comfort. It comes in two different back lengths and has a concave AirSpeed back system which pushes the load away and keeps you well ventilated. This does have a knock-on effect on storage space, ...

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The North Face Aleia 22 RC (2015)

£85.00

The Aleia prioritises ease of access, and this is most visible in the ingenious zip-opening format: main extends down almost to the foot of the bag on one side, meaning the whole front face can be pulled away when you want to find something that’s stuck down in the deepest corner. Like the Habu, it clearly wants to go anywhere: ...

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