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Hillsound Trail Crampon (2016)

£50.00

FeaturesA set of 11 spikes that are 1cm in length provide the grip. Those spikes are attached to a front hinged cradle and a rear cradle, and this prevents the spikes from splaying apart, which in turn improves grip. A metal chain links the spike sections to the rubber skeleton that fits around the boot. An additional webbing strap on ...

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Kahtoola Microspikes (2016)

£55.00

FeaturesKahtoola Microspikes were designed for running on snow. They have 12 spikes that are 1cm long, linked by a chain that connects to a rubber cradle that holds the spikes to your footwear. In this latest version the rubber is a new material for increased durability and reduced weight. They don’t get an additional top webbing strap to secure them ...

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Nortec Trail Micro-Crampon (2016)

£65.00

Features‘The World’s lightest quick fit crampon’, Nortec Trail Micro-Crampons weigh 189g, making them great for stashing in a rucksack just in case. The spikes are short, but at least there are spikes – 14 of them in two batches of seven at the forefoot and heel. Metal cables link the spikes to the elastomer frame that fits onto the boot. ...

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Rab Icefall Gauntlet (2016)

£85.00

There’s an eVent waterproof lining inside the Rab Icefall Gauntlet’s nylon outer, with leather reinforcement at the palm plus additional grip enhancement. Primaloft Gold insulation ensures this has good warmth on both the front and the back of the hand. Roll tip finger construction, a nose wipe, a wrist leash and cuff adjustment are provided. The cuff is also longer ...

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Marmot Caldera/Moraine (2016)

£50.00

FeaturesThe Marmot Caldera/Moraine’s nylon outer has a MemBrain waterproof and breathable liner with High Loft Fleece insulation on the inside and a PU-reinforced palm for durability on the outside. The glove gets elastication at the wrist but no webbing adjustment; however you do get a good-sized cuff with adjustment and that all-important wrist leash, plus the essential nose wipe. A ...

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Mountain Equipment Couloir Glove (2016)

£90.00

FeaturesThe Gore-Tex waterproof lining is protected by a nylon outer with leather on the palm and back of the fingers with barely a stitch on the palm, which makes Mountain Equipment Couloir Gloves extremely durable. The cuff gets a cord adjustment and leash, but it isn’t the longest design so you don’t quite get the protection others can offer. There ...

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SealSkinz Extreme Cold Weather Glove (2016)

£65.00

FeaturesPrimaloft synthetic insulation is provided throughout the SealSkinz Extreme Cold Weather Glove, not just on the back of the hand as on lower-priced gloves. You also get a Stretch Dry waterproof lining to allow a closer fit without movement restriction. Leather palms provide reinforcement. There is a nose wipe, a deep cuff with a drawcord and a wrist leash, but ...

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Jack Wolfskin Texapore Winter Gloves (2016)

£50.00

FeaturesA nylon shell protects the Texapore waterproof lining and Microguard Thinsulate synthetic insulation. The palm has a Kevlar-reinforced area; but there are lots of seams, and the seams on the fingers aren’t roll top, which affects dexterity and durability. There’s no nose wipe or wrist leash, but you do you get wrist adjustment and cuff adjustment plus more insulation than ...

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Princeton Tec Apex (2016)

£95.00

FeaturesThe Princeton Tec Apex packs a mighty power punch due to its four AA batteries, which allow it to burn for 150 hours on low power, or 72 hours and 275 lumens with a beam of 120 metres. This is a great output for walkers. There is no beam width adjustment here, though, so you get a general spot rather ...

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Black Diamond Revolt (2016)

£70.00

FeaturesThe Black Diamond Revolt comes with three AAA alkaline batteries and three AAA rechargeables plus a USB cable to recharge them. The 130 lumens is achieved with alkaline batteries and 90 lumens is provided by rechargeables. On minimum power (4 lumens) you get 300 hours on alkalines and 190 hours on rechargeables. You have the option to chop and change ...

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Petzl NAO (2016)

£145.00

FeaturesTo save battery power you can select ‘reactive mode’ so the Petzl NAO automatically adjusts its output from 7 lumens to 575 lumens to suit the distance to the subject. In ‘static mode’ the maximum output is 430 lumens with a maximum beam of 135 metres and it burns for 8 hours at 120 lumens. The supplied battery is rechargeable, ...

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Suprabeam V3+ (2016)

£60.00

FeaturesThe Suprabeam V3+ produces a maximum power output of 300 lumens on boost with a constant power of 200 lumens, a 240 metre beam and 30 hours of maximum burn at lower power settings. You get a sliding focusing sleeve to control the beam width and a top strap for more stability on the head. It runs off three AA ...

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Petzl Myo (2016)

£80.00

FeaturesThe Petzl Myo is a frequent winner of Trail awards. It is relatively light at 170g yet it pumps out 370 lumens on boost. It has a wide range of programmable settings that include 10 brightness levels, for example a constant 170 lumens for 2 hours or a useful 80 lumens for 9 hours. All that is achieved on just ...

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First test: Vaude Citus 24 LW (2016)

£80.00

It’s easy to make your rucksack lighter: just cut off the bits you don’t really need, right? The problem with this approach is that the result can be a pack that is also very uncomfortable, not very stable and lacking some of the features we all love to have when hillwalking. But this assumption could be about to change if ...

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Anatom V2 Vorlich/V2 Lomond (2015)

£100.00

FeaturesThe Anatom V2 Vorlich/V2 Lomond is a heavier boot than many low-priced options but it is nicely stiffened in the sole and upper, which lighter boots lack. You also get a relatively robust upper of synthetic and suede, although a single-piece leather one would be even more durable. A Tri-aria waterproof lining is inside while the outsole has great lugs ...

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Berghaus Fellmaster GTX (2015)

£140.00

FeaturesThe Berghaus Fellmaster GTX’s upper is made of 2.2-2.4mm Pittard nubuck leather with hardly any stitching plus a reasonably stiff and supportive construction to protect the foot. There is also a stiff toe box and this has a good rubber rand for more durability while a Gore-Tex waterproof lining keeps feet dry. The outside has reasonably deep lugs that are ...

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AKU Tribute II GTX (2015)

£140.00

FeaturesThere are two main advantages to the AKU Tribute II GTX: one is the weight of just 1390g (pair, size 11) and the other is that the upper is made from full-grain leather with minimal stitching, so it is more water-resistant and durable. You also get a Gore-Tex waterproof lining. The toe box is stiffened but you don’t get extra ...

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Regatta Frontier Mid (2015)

£85.00

FeaturesThe Regatta Frontier Mid is very lightweight at 1218g (pair, size 11) but you still get some good features. The upper is a mix of synthetic and suede leather, with an Isotex waterproof and breathable lining. The ankle cuff is slightly higher than most low-priced boots, which is great. There is also good stiffness in the toe, heel and sole ...

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Anatom Q2 Hiking (2015)

£120.00

FeaturesThe Anatom Q2 Hiking’s upper is thicker and more durable than most boots, thanks to the use of 2.4mm full-grain leather. There is also good stiffness in the upper, and a waterproof breathable Tri-aria lining. The ankle cuff height is very slightly lower than the best boots. Underfoot is a Vibram sole unit with good lugs, but it is quite ...

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Hi-Tec Altitude V200 i WP (2015)

£85.00

FeaturesThe Hi-Tec Altitude V200 i WP is a good boot for walking in colder weather below the snow, as it has Thinsulate insulation (men’s model only) for warmer feet. The upper is full leather with minimal stitching so it is very durable, and the sole and upper are also very stiff so it is a great choice for rocky or ...

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Hi-Tec V Lite Helvellyn WP (2015)

£110.00

FeaturesThe Hi-Tec V Lite Helvellyn WP is a very lightweight boot at just 1246g (pair, size 11). But you still do get a leather upper with minimal stitching for durability, while a waterproof Dri-Tec membrane keeps your feet dry. The outsole is a Vibram unit with very deep and well-placed lugs. But the ankle cuff is lower than some, the ...

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Keen Targhee Mid (2015)

£115.00

FeaturesThe Keen Targhee Mid’s low weight of 1134g (pair, size 11) is exceptional. For that you get an upper made of mostly leather with synthetic material around the tongue plus a Keen.Dry waterproof and breathable lining. The ankle cuff is very low and there is more stitching on the upper, so this may be less supportive and less durable than ...

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First test: Montane Fireball Verso (2015)

£100.00

Staying warm in the hills is relatively easy; but avoiding overheating and sweating is a tougher challenge. The problem with a lot of insulation is that it is not very breathable – so you stay warm, but you also get sweaty. This is particularly a problem when working hard in the hills, and particularly when moving fast. Silver Insulation Active ...

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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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Berghaus Stormcloud (2015)

£70.00

FeaturesBerghaus’s AQ2 material used in this jacket is a 2-layer fabric, which means it keeps weight down and improves suppleness, but also it doesn’t control condensation as well as a 3-layer or mesh-lined jacket. You get two main pockets too, which are also sealed rather than mesh, so they’re watertight, plus a hood with a peak, but it’s not wired. ...

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