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thumb Written by Chamonix-based climber and photographer Jon Griffith, with stunning photographs of his journeys in Patagonia, Chamonix... [ full review ]

thumb Jon Griffith gives his thoughts on expedition gear for Alaska: clothing to cooking kit, tents to sleeping mats. We also present... [ full review ]

thumb Jon Griffith Portfolio Website [ full story ]

thumb Skis allow you an amazing freedom of access in the winter, says Jon Griffith - not only because you can 'skin' there quicker and... [ full review ]

thumb When I first saw the Nano Puff I thought 'not a chance', says Jon Griffith. I couldn't see myself ever using it. I think it was... [ full review ]

thumb "I used this for 10 days of climbing in the Norries this November in horrible conditions and felt like I was in a bomb shelter... [ full review ]

thumb "Yes, it's a ski review. Skis are an essential part of winter climbing in the Alps and with more Brits climbing in the Alps it's... [ full review ]

thumb The Spantik is no newcomer, and after over four years it still dominates its boot category, says Jon Griffith. There is a... [ full review ]

thumb "Sleeping bags tends to be a thing that I don't compromise much on" states UKC reviewer Jon Griffith. He takes this bag out in... [ full review ]

thumb Soft shell? Never been a fan of it, says Jon Griffith. Or so he thought, anyway... "Too flimsy and not windproof enough. It's... [ full review ]

thumb Indisputable: PHD are the kings of down kit, says Jon Griffith. OK their kit isn't the sexiest in the world but it's ridiculously... [ full review ]

thumb 15 minutes is generally accepted as the time you have before running out of oxygen if buried in an avalanche - assuming your... [ full review ]

thumb The UKC team looks at high performing ice axes from top brands such as Petzl, DMM, Black Diamond, Grivel and Edelrid. If you... [ full review ]

thumb My main problem with these Superlights is that I'm completely addicted to them! I never leave for the mountains without them and... [ full review ]

thumb Its minus 25 and something's missing... We have just spent the last couple of hours trying to put a track up the 300m snow field... [ full review ]

thumb For summer Alpine and winter Scottish use it really comes down to two choices, the La Sportiva Baturas and the Scarpa Phantom... [ full review ]

thumb Alpine gear reviewer Jon Griffith takes the Tour Pro II softshell salopettes out in the Mont Blanc range. UKC Editor Jack... [ full review ]

thumb Here I am five years later with a new set of impossibly light quickdraws (65 grams!) thinking “how on earth did they do... [ full review ]

thumb "In my old age of 27 I have realised that I can no longer just sleep anywhere - I've got fussy," says Jon Griffith. "Comfort... [ full review ]

thumb Jon Griffith tests Patagonia's top of the line soft shell trousers in the French Alps and Alaska. [ full review ]

thumb The Speed Ascent jacket is definitely one of those odd bits of kit that you don't immediately think of buying, says Jon Griffith.... [ full review ]

thumb "I had high hopes for the Master Cams, and in a way they were met and in another they weren't," says Jon Griffith. There was a... [ full review ]

thumb Marmot Exum Pants are lightweight pants for serious alpinists. UKC reviewer Jon Griffith tests them out on some big winter routes... [ full review ]

thumb Metolius are no new comers to cams, and in a market which is about as saturated as you can get from cheap and cheerful cams from... [ full review ]

thumb Jon Griffith gets to grips with the Synchro Ultralite Ziplock Harness from Wild Country: " is actually a simple design... [ full review ]

thumb This is a list of the main Patagonia Stockists in the UK and Ireland. Included are Pro shops and stores with the widest selection... [ full story ]

thumb Now-a-days we are bombarded with top of the line gear from different manufacturers, each claiming that theirs is the new 'must... [ full review ]

thumb Viv Scott tests the Rab Demand in Scotland, while Jon Griffith goes alpine climbing with the Patagonia M10. The ideal... [ full review ]

thumb "This is no dog walkers jacket. It’s designed to be used in some of the worlds harshest weather conditions and toughest... [ full review ]

thumb Born in 1979 from the fertile mind of Mark Vallance, founder of Wild Country, WC Rocks are found on most climbers racks. Here... [ full review ]

thumb In this indepth review, we look at several top-of-the-range headtorches, some lightweight models, and some budget options. If you... [ full review ]

thumb The Marmot Genesis Jacket has identity issues but - like the moody kid dressed in black at the back of the class - this only... [ full review ]