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Talkback: Ten Of the Most Expensive Bits Of Outdoor Gear
"For most of us, spending the same amount of money on, say, a mountain bike as you would on a reasonably-priced car is pretty much out of th... By pete-rbg
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Today at 11:00
by That bastard Skip
 
Talkback: Review - Brunton Metal 4400 Charger
£50! Amazon Teknet 3000mah torch £11 led torch. It's good enough as a backup and has emergency SOS function. Much better weight options... By Bryan Mclaughlin
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Yesterday at 09:58
by Bryan Mclaughlin
 
Talkback: Nepal Trekking Tragedy - Firsthand Report
Jon, The news from Nepal saddens, but does not surprise, me. I completed the Annapurna back in 2000. At that time, there was only a rudime... By gazhawkins
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19/10/2014 at 19:25
by gazhawkins
 
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17/10/2014 at 17:02
by Paul Deakin2
 
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17/10/2014 at 16:01
by John 10
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17/10/2014 at 15:57
by John 10
Talkback: TomTom Multi-Sport GPS Watch Review
Its more like bafflement as to why they wouldn't put a show location option in than anything else. I can't think why it wouldn't be essentia... By Martin Carpenter
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17/10/2014 at 13:58
by Gazelle
Talkback: Bear Grylls Academy Reveals Extreme Courses
You're taught how to build a shelter out of branches, twigs & leaves, tied together with cordage made from stinging nettles, with a bed of f... By Chairman Bill
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16/10/2014 at 14:07
by Parky Again
Talkback: Ten Of The Best Movies About The Outdoors
Well, these can be easily divided into those based on real events and those that aren't. A lonely place to die utterly sucked. I thought at... By Metric Kate
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16/10/2014 at 13:57
by Edward Greenland
Talkback: Midweek Mountain: Stac Pollaidh
I'd go for Suilven as the best non-Munro in Scotland :-) By Metric Kate
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15/10/2014 at 23:15
by Andybr
Talkback: Raidlight Releases LED Running Vest
It begs the question - how weather proof is it, given its not uncommon for wet winters. Wouldn't want it to short and die on the first run. By james mackeddie2
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15/10/2014 at 22:20
by redscotti
 
Talkback: First Look - Sealskinz Thin Socklet
I have used several types of Sealskin,I think they are best to keep your feet warm on winter bike rides.Though your feet have to be warm fir... By SD
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15/10/2014 at 10:30
by SD
 
Talkback: Just In: Salewa Fusion -2 Hybrid Sleeping Bag
With another potentially soggy winter on the way, how about a summary of sleeping bags made of either this kind of blend, or pure synthetic ... By Montgomery Wick
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14/10/2014 at 12:26
by Montgomery Wick
Talkback: If Arc'teryx Made Shoes...
Wouldn't grit get in between that inner and outer layer a bit easily? Even with the non-membrane version I'd be bothered about that and with... By Mike in Dorset
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13/10/2014 at 11:47
by Martin Carpenter
Talkback: Midweek Mountain: High Street
Surely *the* classic route is the high street proper? Penrith/Pooley Bridge to Windermere. Even very possible via public transport now wit... By Martin Carpenter
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12/10/2014 at 22:55
by Martin Carpenter
Talkback: Wetherlam
Is there any parking in Little Langdale thats near the start of this walk? Had a look online and nothing jumps out nearby. By Pad
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12/10/2014 at 22:06
by Paddy Dillon
 
Talkback: Just In - The North Face Fuse Uno Jacket
I assume 'just in' will be removed from the title in a few days time By pedro (el magnifico)
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12/10/2014 at 08:43
by Martin Carpenter
Talkback: Are Apps Dumbing Down The Outdoors?
I still only use a map and compass and don't own a smart phone. I did buy a basic hand held GPS unit but never used it on the hills so ended... By Fatwalker
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11/10/2014 at 22:03
by Andy long
 
Talkback: Ten Of The Best Outdoor Smartphone Apps
I see an OM button on the smartphone, have they joined the APP community and if so is it available for Android because that would be brillia... By Simon Chaplin
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11/10/2014 at 11:03
by William Duffy
 
Talkback: Just In - Patagonia Nano-Air Hoody
I have a puffy I got for £20 off ebay which has stretchy fleece panels under the armpits and on the forearms for stretch and to save me from... By Gazelle
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07/10/2014 at 14:14
by Mr Fuller
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