Montane Sabre T-Shirt – Reviewed

Well its a t-shirt You saw it under the Podium Pull on I reviewed… Review Done! Jackets, vest pack and shoes – broadly speaking, the three categories the majority of kit supplied for testing and reviewing consists of. Their the headline grabbers, the investments, the pieces of kit that no matter how many times they…

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Patagonia Strider Pro 5″ Running Shorts – Reviewed

We interrupt your regular reading to bring you news…. I bought a thing I’ve had my eye on a pair of Patagonia running shorts for years. I’ve bought a pair a couple of times in the past 6 years, but returned them each time as they didn’t fit. However, last year I decided to ignore…

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Rab Talus Running Shorts – Reviewed

I love a pair of shorts. I’ve been living in shorts the majority of the past few months, opting for boardies in the home office, given any smart appearance on camera need only be from the waist up at best. Plus, designers on the whole don’t make shorts for people with thighs. By no means…

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Rab Pacer Lightweight Waterproof Jacket – Reviewed

Ah Gore-Tex It’s been a while since I donned some WL Gore membrane and for good reason. Where once it held the unassailable KOM of performance, over the past decade we have seen increasing competition in the waterproof fabric leagues. New fabrics, membranes and ways of utilising (body mapping/hybrid) have created a more competitive and…

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Montane Unisex Podium Pull On Waterproof Jacket – Reviewed

The original apple brand No, Montane have never produced aesthetically pleasing electronic devices the have the ability consume your attention in away few things can come close to. What I mean is physical apples, pink ladies, braburns, galas…. the brand from the North of England have long been using apples to compare sizes of products…

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Rab Phantom Pull-On Waterproof Jacket – Reviewed

The pursuit of reducing weight has long been at the forefront of trail running kit design. The goal of leaving the unnecessary in the comfort of your home, while you explore endless singletrack and fell, uninhibited by the clothing you wear is a thought many of us will have during our time spent running. Rab…

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On Running Waterproof Anorak – Reviewed

A summer of sun? Long nights and dusty trails? There comes a time where everyone needs to slip on some high tech materials, change your mindset and head out when the weather is typically British. We’ve had storms of late and started to consider drawing out the jacket, only to realise getting soaked is the…

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inov-8 give the TERRAULTRA G 270 a Scandi flick & my first running impressions

After reporting about the launch inov-8‘s new TERRAULTRA G 270, followed shortly by Damian Hall’s record breaking Pennine Way FKT, the graphene blended soles have been getting a lot of traction in the media and on trails across the world. But, as with as things Graphene soled, inov-8’s choice of colours can be a little…

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On Running Cloudrock – Reviewed

A walking boot. Hiking boot. Street boot. A boot. You don’t see too many of the on this website for good reason. The majority of my time in the outdoors is spent moving fast on my feet (relative to me) or on a bike. But, as I tell a lot of people, I am always…

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Salomon SuperCross – Reviewed

An intro to trail running When Salomon set about getting people to explore their local trails and broaden the participation in trail running, they developed the ‘City to Trail’ category, which has seen multiple brands move into this segment, however, none have done so with quite the clout of the Annecy based specialists. The SuperCross…

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