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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Pretty In Pinks

Most climbers have heard about the Anasazi Pink, this mythical climbing shoe that featured in many hard ascents a few years ago. After some time away, Five Ten have started making them again. Now with an improved fit and stickier Stealth C4 rubber. Are these the most anticipated climbing shoes ever and will they live up to their reputation? James … Continue reading

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How To Choose a Rucksack

In this blog we’re going to be covering the finer points of buying rucksacks from choosing the right design to getting the fit spot on so that your pack is as comfortable and useful as possible. There is a vast array of rucksacks on the market and the selection available at The Epicentre can be a little intimidating if you … Continue reading

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Freet Mudgrip Trail Running 101

I got my hands on a pair of the Freet Mudgrips the other day in order to try them out in the hills and see if they stood up alongside the big boys of fell running shoes. First off, the fit – They slipped on easily and felt pretty comfy from the off, if a little wide for my heel. … Continue reading

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Jetboil and Sea to Summit review

The Epicentre’s gear testers, Daniel and Pete, recently got out on a camping trip with some fantastic equipment from Jetboil and Sea to Summit. See what they thought to the gear in our video review, here.    Thanks to Daniel Wildey Photography for the video, and be sure to check out our ‘Equipment’ section for more great ways to improve your … Continue reading

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