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Mammut Magic Advanced High GTX (2016)

£270.00

FeaturesThe upper is made from synthetic leather that is three times lighter than leather, which is in part why the Mammut Magic Advanced High GTX is a relatively light boot at 1912g (pair, size 46). There is a Gore-Tex waterproof lining inside and a rubber rand outside for more protection. A Vibram sole with deep, well-spaced lugs and a smooth ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 4
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Mammut Teton / Ridge (2015)

£350.00

FeaturesThe latest version of Gore-Tex waterproof and breathable fabric is used in the Mammut Teton / Ridge, with its C-Knit backer, which is lighter, softer and less durable than Gore-Tex Pro. Two chest pockets and pit zips are also provided. The hood sports a large stiffened peak. A nice less obvious feature is the larger-than-normal Velcro contact areas on the ...

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Mammut Mt Trail XT GTX (2015)

£210.00

FeaturesThe Mammut Mt Trail XT GTX is a well-established 3-4 season boot and it’s now slightly stiffer than in the past to make it even better suited to snow. The upper is leather with minimal stitching and a full rubber rand for further durability. A Gore-Tex waterproof lining is provided. The ankle cuff is about 1cm lower than some models. ...

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Mammut Courmayeur Advanced Pant (2015)

£160.00

FeaturesThe Schoeller Dryskin 3xDry fabric is extremely fast-drying; but because it also resists heating up due to it reflecting more light than standard materials, it feels cooler. It’s breathable too, so it works well under waterproofs. The four front zipped pockets all take OS maps plus a rear zipped pocket, while the waist has elastication and a belt. The Mammut ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 4
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Mammut Nordpfeiler / Westgrat (2015)

£285.00

FeaturesThe Mammut Nordpfeiler / Westgrat offers high abrasion resistance with stretch thanks to Gore Windstopper fabric (its membrane will help fend off wind and water). Pit zips add ventilation while the hood has a stiffened peak. There are three pockets on the body, which can all be accessed above climbing harnesses or rucksack hipbelts. But the weight of 728g is ...

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Mammut Comfort High GTX Surround (2015)

£170.00

FeaturesGore-Tex Surround is the latest waterproof boot technology, using spacers installed between the footbed and sole unit to allow airflow through the footbed to the outside world. The upper of the Mammut Comfort High GTX Surround has lots of mesh to facilitate that airflow. The toe box gets some stiffening too and the heel cup is particularly stiff. The Gripex ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 4
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Mammut Redburn Pro (2015)

£100.00

FeaturesThe Mammut Redburn Pro is a fairly light shoe that offers incredible rock performance for its price. You get a stiff sole with a smooth climbing zone under the toe for better performance on rock. The other lugs are slightly shallow. The lacing provides a more precise fit for use on rock while a rubber rand offers durability. The upper ...

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Mammut Brecon (2015)

£165.00

FeaturesThe Mammut Brecon’s upper is made of suede leather rather than full-grain leather, but it has minimal stitching while a Gore-Tex waterproof lining provides extra protection against the elements. The toe box is nice and firm, while a rubber rand in this area adds further protection. Underfoot a good stiff sole unit with deep lugs and a decent heel breast ...

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Mammut Eiswand Tech (2015)

£175.00

FeaturesThis jacket from Mammut’s Eiger range is designed for alpinism and climbing, but it also works really well as a hillwalking and scrambling fleece thanks to its ‘alpinist’ features. So you get two large chest pockets, a hood and a close fit to allow active movement without riding up. There is no third chest pocket, though, which is a surprise ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 4
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Mammut Aconcagua (2015)

£130.00

If you’re a serious hillwalker and you plan on spending a lot of time in deep cold conditions, the Aconcagua (as you might expect from the name) is a perfect choice. There’s Polartec here again, but this time it’s the advanced Power Stretch version which prioritises stretchiness. So it’s incredibly athletic, adapting to your movements smoothly, although it’s not as ...

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Mammut Magic GTX (2015)

£210.00

FeaturesThe Mammut Magic GTX has a highly stitched upper made from a mix of velours leather and Dropstop synthetic textile. There’s a one-piece padded tongue with a high padded ankle cuff, while a full rubber rand affords protection around the edge while the sole is a deep-lugged Vibram Maton unit. Internally there is shaped ankle padding and a full-height Gore-Tex ...

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Mammut Merlon GTX (2014)

£185.00

FeaturesThe Mammut Merlon GTX’s dazzling upper is made from layers of leather and synthetic textile with lots of stitching, which may not have the durability of leather boots with less stitching. There is a full rand though for extra protection, and a Gore-Tex waterproof lining. The ankle cuff is slightly softer than others, too, and the lug pattern is slightly ...

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Mammut Crater (2014)

£250.00

FeaturesThe Mammut Crater has those all-important two large chest pockets that can be used to warm hands or store maps with easy access while wearing a rucksack. In addition you get pit zips for improved condensation control. The hood is helmet-compatible and benefits from a stiffened (but not wired) peak, a rear volume adjuster and face drawcords. All that is ...

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Mammut Rime Pro Jacket (2014)

£170.00

FeaturesBeing able to wear a warm jacket over a waterproof can be a real advantage in some situations, and the Mammut Rime Pro Jacket is designed to do just that. It has a hood with a wired peak, and drawcord adjustment at the face and back of head. But all three outside pockets are a bit small for OS maps. ...

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Mammut Creon Light 45 (2014)

£125.00

The Mammut Creon Light 45 looks like any other well-designed rucksack, but plonk this on the scales and it weighs just 1094g, which is far lighter than first appearances suggest. There’s no skimping on features here, though, as you get a back system with a mesh panel to hold the pack away from the body to create masses of airflow. ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 4
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Mammut Ultimate Light Hoody (2014)

£170.00

Far and away the lightest soft shell we looked at in this test, the Mammut Ultimate Light Hoody, by its rather cocky name, has a lot to live up to. On paper it adds up: Gore Windstopper fabric provides premium protection from gales, while remaining relatively breathable. That said, you’ll still heat up if working hard, and for this there ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 3
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Mammut Base Jump Advanced II Pant (2014)

£150.00

Base Jump Advanced II Pants – the latest version of Mammut’s very popular trousers – uses stretchy and durable Schoeller fabric with a 3XDry treatment for fast drying. The fabric is an excellent weight for general hill use, making them a good option throughout the year until shorts are needed. The seat and ankle cuff are reinforced for extra durability, ...

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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 ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 3
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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 ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 5
  • Owners' rating rating is 0
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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 ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 5
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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 ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 3
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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 ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 5
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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 ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 4
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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, ...

  • LFTO.com rating rating is 4
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