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Reviews - September 2009

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15th Sep 2009 Harness: Black Diamond Women's Aura Harness

This is a lightweight (300 grams) women’s sport climbing harness with a simple design and no fussy bits. Despite its minimalist nature, the harness feels well-made and reassuringly strong.   ...

14th Sep 2009 Sandals: Teva The Original

Teva claim to be the pioneers in sports sandal design and manufacture producing their first sandal 25 years ago. With ‘The Original’ Teva have re-launched their classic design for 2009 adding...

9th Sep 2009 Helmet: Quechua Bionnassay (Decathlon)

This helmet is designed for climbers, mountaineers and regular cyclists. It retails at £29.95 from Decathlon. We had a size small to review, so it became and cycling, climbing and scootering...

Quechua T2 Tent 8th Sep 2009 Tent: T2 Ultralight Pro Hiking Tent - Quechua (Decathlon)

As the name suggests, this is a tent aimed at those wishing to save weight whilst camping, whether you plan to hike with your tent or, as is so often the case in this day and age – if your...

1st Sep 2009 Guidebook: Gogarth North

Published by Ground Up Productions - Dec 2008     Scarcely has a guide been more eagerly anticipated than the recent offering from the North Wales based Ground Up crew. And after their popular...

1st Sep 2009 Guidebook: Scottish Rock Volume 2 - North by Garry Latter 2009

Published by Presda Press Whilst the reputation and quality of Scottish climbing has always been held in high regard by those ‘in the know’, many British climbers rarely if ever actually make...

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