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7th Jun 2007 Running Shoes: Montrail Hardrock

At first I used them on late night runs on both road and off trail runs. The off trail runs were mostly done by head torch and thus the grip and traction properties of the shoes were put to the...

6th Jun 2007 Headtorch: Silva L1

This new product from Silva seems to defy the laws of physics producing 3W of light for 140 hours on 4 AA cells. All the calculations do not seem to add up, but sound impressive.  Therefore we...

5th Jun 2007 Guidebook: Stanage (BMC)

If I were ever on the climbing equivalent of Desert Island Disks and had to pick a crag for my island to live out the rest of my life it would have to be Stanage, with the overhanging buttresses...

18th Jun 2007 Rucksack: Berghaus Expedition 80

I’ve yet to find what I consider to be the perfect expedition sack and alas, the Berghaus Expedition is no exception. It comes close, but has a few serious failings in my book. My idea of a...

Berghaus Bioflex 65 10 14th Jun 2007 Rucksack: Berghaus Bioflex 65 10L

The most important feature of this Berghaus pack is the Bioflex back system. This is designed to allow the pack to always stay at your centre of gravity, therefore making it a more comfortable...

Anasazi Vecros 25th Jun 2007 Rock Shoes: 5.10 Anasazi Velcros

OK, so I’ve not had a pair of 5.10’s for a number of years now. Not really sure why I drifted away from them as 5.10 always my brand of choice (I had countless pairs of Mocassyms). Since I...