Announcements direct from the manufacturers
ARC'TERYX design solutions for rapid travel in alpine conditions. The Alpha FL Jacket is a tough, lightweight technical product... Read more
Arc'teryx Equipment is known for its leading innovations in premium high performance outdoor products. After considering the... Read more
Challenging trails that involve some climbing are no obstacle for adventurers with a passion for freeskiing.
The lightweight... Read more
Jöttnar introduces the new Asmund - a focused, lightweight, technical climbing shell, constructed from the same 3-layer grade of... Read more
Built to repel wicked weather in high alpine environments, the new tech friendly Illuminator Sensor Gloves™ by Outdoor Research... Read more
Jöttnar is poised to launch its Winter '15 range this month, which sees four new products joining its line-up. All existing... Read more
High quality 100% New Zealand Merino baselayers into the Alpkit clothing range.
The UKC team recently returned from the annual gear-fest that is OutDoor Friedrichshafen. The new range of climbing and... Read more
When it's wet, windy, and you're a long way from home, functional protection is what matters most. Lightweight, extremely... Read more
Originally introduced by Montane in 2011, the Minimus Jacket has revolutionised waterproof protection. Internationally... Read more
What Mammut have done with these Trovat base layers is use their high-end design and matched it with this new swanky 'Power Wool'... Read more
In this review Bridget Collier tests the world's lightest waterproof jacket on a long-dreamed-of Bob Graham Round ...but only... Read more
In this group review we test out a range of down jackets. Our review brief was to test 'standard mid-weight down jackets that are... Read more
A pricey but rather luxurious top of the range baselayer. And it's made of yak wool! How cool is that?
Toby Archer finds... Read more
"For me the Boreas Pull-On fits the bill perfectly. It is light, hasn't ripped over many years of abuse, and has survived being... Read more
Following on from my review of the Mountain Equipment Hope Pants (see UKC Review), I have been out and about on the UK crags in... Read more
Emily Andrew takes the Women's Neo Guide out in the rain and snow - and finds it very, very waterproof - but what about those... Read more
Having gone a bit soft in recent years (i.e. I've become a fair weather sport climber) reviewing waterproof/insulated jackets is... Read more
Smock-style jackets - you might love them or hate them.
But with the lightweight, very breathable Hymir smock, particularly... Read more
Dan Bailey takes the top spec shell kit from The North Face on a long-term test spanning two winter seasons.
He finds some... Read more
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