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How to rack up your gear

29th April 2018 | 0 comments

Have your say… British climber and mountaineer Nick Bullock will be in-store at Ellis Brigham Covent Garden on Tuesday 5th June to celebrate the launch of his new book, ‘Tides – a Climber’s Voyage’.  Nick’s talk will take you on a journey from the euphoric highs of first ascents and the companionship of climbing with friends, to self-doubt and post-expedition …

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‘The Dawn Wall’ trailer

11th March 2018 | 0 comments

Join the discussion… At the heart of the Land Rover Explore is a powerful 4000mAh battery that gives two days of typical use, or a full day of activites, with constant GPS Navigation mapping activated on the 5” HD display. Battery life can also be doubled by adding the included Adventure Pack while on the go. Once added, it can replace …

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Deuter

18th December 2017 | 0 comments

From postbags to mountain peaks, Deuter has been creating bags for over 100 years. A market leader in Hiking, Mountaineering, Travel, and Bike packs, Deuter has redefined the rucksack market with its back-system technologies and use of quality materials.

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Scarpa

18th December 2017 | 0 comments

SCARPA, literally the Italian for ‘shoe’. Footwear innovation and tradition share equally deep roots at Scarpa, which today remains a family-owned company with its headquarters and performance footwear manufacturing facilities in the same regions of northern Italy where it all started in 1938.

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Houlding and team tame the Spectre

11th December 2017 | 0 comments

Leo Houlding and his teammates Jean Burgun and Mark Sedon have successfully climbed the Spectre in the Gothic Mountains in Antarctica. They achieved this via a route on the north side of the mountain and have now sent back images and a report to expedition partner Berghaus which can be viewed here.

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Andy Kirkpatrick: ‘Old School’

21st November 2017 | 1 comment.

The other day I found an old book on my shelf when its tatty green spine caught my eye as I thumbed across the shelf looking for something else. Many times before I had passed it by, but this time my eyes fixed on it and my book blindness, caused by its ever-presence, suddenly lifted…