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Explorer Trail Low Mesh – TGO Recommends

Everything about this shoe seems right: the fit’s good, the support’s good, the comfort is good. There is not much that keeps it from being a Best Buy; but [...]

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Explorer Light – Which?

PROS Launched in 2009, the unpretentious Explorer Light was chosen as the overall favourite of our users. Calling it ‘a joy to wear’, they loved its comfort and grip, and [...]

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Teton Soft Shell – Outdoor Enthusiast

“Made from Gore Windstopper fabric, the Teton is a bombproof softshell designed for hard use it’s totally windproof, will shed water, has great breathability and feels great in use as [...]

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Axis – TGO recommends

Axis feels like a real four-season jacket. It’s fairly long at the front, and covers my backside, with the hem cinching in neatly via side adjusters. Arms are [...]

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C7 2 70+10 – Adventure Travel

Back in 2006 I was impressed with the first version of the Berghaus Bioflex back system that featured on the C7 1 Series. The ability of the pack to move, [...]

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Double success for Berghaus in the 2014 ISPO Awards

Berghaus has won two major international industry awards for products developed by its MtnHaus® design and development team.  In the 2014 ISPO Awards, a jury of experts from around Europe [...]

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Desktop Calendar January 2014

Below are our desktop calendars for January. To download simply click on the thumbnail of the version and size you need and the full size image will open in a [...]

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Ulvetanna Success

Location: Mavericks, Ulvetanna Base Camp, S 71 49.146′, E 008 21.867′
Temperature: -15 C, clear, sunny and beautiful, 0 knots.
NE Ridge Ulvetanna, 1750m, E6 6b, 5.12, A2 (C2)
We made it! [...]

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