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Mammut Kala Patar Tech (2014)

£110.00

Not everyone likes pockets, and if you have a hands-on approach to your outdoor activities, such as when scrambling and mountaineering or just due to using trekking poles a lot, then do you really need them? If the answer is no, then the Mammut Kala Patar Tech may be for you. It’s made from a combination of two fabrics: one ...

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Mammut GoWarm (2014)

£60.00

Here we get a bit more athletic. This is a high-performance technical top and the tightest fit in the men’s group, although it adapted nicely to my body shape after three outings and careful washes. It’s a complex blend: a merino and polyester face fabric plus a polyester-only inner lining, which together offer great temperature regulation on hard climbs. There’s ...

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Mammut Magic GTX (2014)

£220.00

At 1908g for a size 11 pair, the Mammut Magic GTX is the second lightest and the lowest-priced boot in our test, so it’s instantly appealing, as all 4-season boots are relatively heavy and pricy compared with bendy 3-season boots. The upper is made primarily from synthetic materials with leather overlays and there’s a large amount of stitching here, which ...

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Mammut Merlon GTX (2013)

£180.00

The Mammut Merlon GTX appeared in Spring 2013 and it is very competitively priced for its specification, as well as a good weight of just 1746g (size 11 pair). It has a Gore-Tex waterproof lining behind the upper, made from layers of leather and synthetic materials with a rubber rand to provide extra durability. The ankle cuff is a notch ...

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Mammut Atlas GTX (2013)

£110.00

The Mammut Atlas GTX is a very comfortable boot straight from the box, partly due to its very low weight of just 1058g (pair, size 11). Also, the upper is made from mesh and is very flexible, so it’s able to mould around the foot more easily than a leather upper. Under the foot, a large wedge of cushioning gives ...

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Mammut Crater (2013)

£250.00

For £250 the Mammut Crater has a lot going for it. It’s made from standard Gore-Tex rather than the new Pro version, but that still offers plenty of breathability to keep you dry from condensation when hillwalking. The fabric’s quite robust as well, so it feels as though it can withstand plenty of abrasion against rocks during scrambles and does ...

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Mammut Creon Light 45 (2013)

£125.00

Weighing in at just 1094g the Mammut Creon Light 45 is deceptively lean, and yet it boasts a feature set to match sacks that are far heavier. The back system is designed to hold the body of the sack away from the user, thanks to a convex alloy frame that has a mesh panel stretched across it. The result is ...

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Mammut Sphere UL Spring (2013)

£310.00

Mammut’s Sphere range has been around for a while and has a proven reputation for featuring superlight, high-quality sleeping bags that are lean on features but offer robust performance. So, you don’t get a neck baffle, the zip is ¾ length and small, and the fit is slim and fitted to minimise on extra fabric and therefore weight. That said, ...

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Mammut Redburn Mid GTX (2013)

£140.00

The Redburn is quite different from the other shoes in the test but this will certainly suit some. Firstly it’s a mid, so it offers way more support and waterproofing than the rest of the bunch, despite not being particularly heavy. Secondly, it reflects Mammut’s climbing pedigree with a slightly asymmetric fit that enables good pressure over the big toe ...

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Mammut Ultimate Advanced Jacket (2013)

£200.00

This is an awful lot to pay for a soft shell, even one as good as this. It’s cut from Gore Windstopper: a stretchy membrane fabric that blocks wind and keeps a fair bit of rain out too, but it doesn’t breathe as well as some. Lengthy pit-zips and good-sized venting pockets go a long way towards compensating for this, ...

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Mammut Redburn Pro (2013)

£100.00

This is the latest option from Mammut’s well-established Redburn range. With its slightly stiffer sole plus a grippier rubber compound to make it better on rock, the Pro is very much an approach- and climbing- directed design. The upper has leather and synthetic panels that, while not fully waterproof, should keep the worst of the water out. There is good ...

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Mammut T Advanced GTX (2013)

£150.00

The Mammut T Advanced GTX is instantly attractive as it is very lightweight at 1456g and has a striking modern design. The boot has a synthetic upper with leather overlays, and this feels quite robust despite its minimal weight. The toe box is very solid at the end but softer toward the laces – so it’s not the ultimate foot ...

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Mammut Base Jump Advanced Pant (2013)

£145.00

Mammut’s extremely well-proven and popular Base Jump Pant now has the added bonus of being called Advanced, although its design remains the same as the classic version that I’ve personally been wearing for many years now. The trouser is made from just about the perfect weight of fabric, which means you can wear it all year round and not overheat ...

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Mammut Monolith GTX (2013)

£200.00

The Mammut Monolith GTX has been around for a few years now, and it’s well-priced for what you get. The boot has a slightly more ‘mountaineering’ appeal than some others, but it’s equally attractive to those who prefer a little more support when walking. The upper is a mix of fabric and leather, with a Gore-Tex lining to provide waterproof ...

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Mammut Appalachian GTX (2012)

£200.00

There are not many boots in the 3-4 season category that are available in a ladies’ version, but happily the Mammut Appalachian GTX is one very good option that does comes in both men’s and women’s fit. The boot is designed as a lightweight alpine boot with a waterproof lining beneath the upper to keep feet dry, and on this ...

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Mammut Atlas (2012)

£100.00

If comfort is what you are looking for in a boot, then check out the Mammut Atlas because straight off the shelf this is like wearing a pair of slippers on a thick pile carpet. There are many reasons for this injection of comfort. Firstly the Atlas is a very lightweight boot with a low ankle cuff so it feels ...

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Mammut Albaron (2012)

£350.00

Mammut Albaron pants provide everything you could wish for in overtrousers that are required to keep you comfortable in the worst of conditions day after day when mountaineering or even winter hillwalking. So you get 3-layer Gore-Tex Pro Shell fabric, which has proven waterproof and breathability credentials. But you also get reinforcement at the ankle cuff to prevent crampon spikes ...

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Mammut Adamello (2012)

£370.00

The Mammut Adamello is a very light (373g, size UK12) yet still robust-feeling jacket made using highly breathable Gore-Tex Pro Shell and with all the key features for winter use. The two high hipbelt-compatible side pockets and main zip are water-resistant, the former with no stormflap for extra protection, the latter with a wide stormflap behind. There is no chest ...

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Mammut Teton GTX (2012)

£145.00

Mammut first brought the Teton GTX out with the promise that it would give the wearer the grip and precision of a mountain goat. And looking underfoot it’s obvious immediately that this boot has been designed with rocky terrain in mind. The outsole offers a good level of stiffness, particularly at the front to help with edging on short, scrambly ...

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Mammut Gipfelgrat (2102)

£395.00

Some soft shell jackets are fully waterproof, and the Mammut Gipfelgrat is one example. It is made from Polartec Neoshell, which itself comes in many forms; and in this jacket the microporous membrane is sandwiched between a heavy, robust face fabric and a soft inner lining. The membrane has tiny holes in it to allow water vapour out, thus preventing ...

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Mammut Ultimate Hoody (2012)

£200.00

This is a midweight jacket, yet still one of the most technical on the market. Gore-Tex Windstopper fabric has been used to block out the breeze, which really increases the warmth-to-weight ratio. With membrane technology, the fabric can get a little warm, but there are a couple of huge vents running right up the sides. The inside is mesh-lined, as ...

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Mammut Hera Element 40+ (2012)

£125.00

The Mammut Hera Element 40+ (as you might imagine) boasts a capacity of 40+ litres, but accommodates a generous amount of kit with room to spare, so it’s good for trips of several days. The rucksack has two compartments, one of which can be zipped away to create a single space, and large tags on the lower zips are perfect ...

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First test: Mammut Brecon boots (2012)

£145.00

British mountains provide a unique test for the walker, with terrain that includes everything from smooth paths to rocky scrambles and from grassy slopes to boggy moors. While it is easy to get gear that performs well in one situation, it is far more difficult to find outdoors kit that manages to handle everything the UK hills can throw at ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 5
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Mammut Teton GTX (2012)

£140.00

This is a well-padded yet stiff and protective boot suited to a wide range of terrain. The generous amount of space inside will suit those with slightly wider feet – there’s a bit more room around the heel especially – while generous amounts of foam extend up the ankle. The sole unit is fairly stiff and provides a stable platform ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 4
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Mammut Mt Centry GTX (2012)

£180.00

Outwardly Mammut Mt Centry GTX scrambling boots have a strong walking pedigree with a good rolling flex, plenty of comfortable padding and quick-lacing hooks; but lurking beneath their soft Labrador exterior is a hyperactive Border Collie just dying to scamper up some rocks. The tell-tale signs of this dual personality are fairly well-disguised, and come in the form of a ...

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