Archive

2019

TGO Magazine winter accessories | montane 03/12/2019
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TGO REVIEW THE WINTER ACCESSORY TRIFECTA

Chris Townsend tested three quintessential winter accessories in the December issue of ‘The Great Outdoors Magazine’, awarding two ‘Best Buy’ and one ‘Recommended’ Rosettes. And little wonder – the three products in question work immensely well together. Prism gloves provide lightweight, low-bulk warmth and work excellently in conjunction with Minimus Mitts for cold and wet days. Similarly, the Mountain Squall Cap is equally at home in the greater ranges as it is battling Scottish deluges or Lake District downpours. Between the three, you have almost all situations covered. Read on... Read More

further faster podcast episode 17 jerry moffatt | montane 28/11/2019
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FURTHER. FASTER. PODCAST. EPISODE 17: Jerry Moffatt

Welcome to Further Faster in association with Montane. My name is Daniel Neilson and in this series of podcasts I speak to ultra athletes, climbers, explorers and mountaineers to understand how they do what they do and why they do what they do. In this month’s podcast, I speak to someone who perhaps has delved deeper than most into these questions.  If you’re a climber you’ll know Jerry Moffatt, he’s one of the best, of all time. We speak primarily about the theories behind Mastermind, his manual of sorts for... Read More

Country Walking 2019 Winter Gear Guide | Montane 28/11/2019
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MONTANE IN COUNTRY WALKING WINTER GEAR GUIDE

We featured in the CLASS OF 2019 Winter Gear Guide from County Walking – 32 pages of the best gear for cold, snowy, and rainy days. INSULATORS PRISM JACKET WHAT COUNTRY WALKING SAY: “Incredible value: brand new, with Pertex Quantum fabric and 100% recycled PrimaLoft Silver insulation. Outstanding work.” WHAT MONTANE SAY: “The Prism is an outdoor classic. We have updated this iconic, super-versatile insulation to with recycled eco insulation and an even more balanced feature set to ensure it can serve another decade of adventures.” Also available as the... Read More

2020 women in adventure film competition | montane 27/11/2019
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Montane Sponsor 2020 Women in Adventure Film Competition

With two months to go until entries close, Montane have joined the 2020 WAF Competition to sponsor the event. Created to increase the number of women in the outdoors and on the big screen, the WAF Competition this year emphasises elevating grass-root filmmakers. This gives hitherto unknown filmmakers a significant national and international platform, as well as helpful direct feedback sessions. The films don’t have to be documentaries; short stories, complete fiction, and anything else will be considered. Similarly, you don’t have to be a pro athlete to enter –... Read More

Pac Lite Plus Jacket review | montane 20/11/2019

PAC LITE JACKET ON TEST

Montane Ambassador Kenny Block uses his Pac Lite Plus Jacket during a sudden downpour on Sale Fell. As soon as the sun set, the rain started to pour.  The Pac Plus Jacket utilises Gore-Tex Pac Plus waterproof fabric, which keeps it very light and packable whilst remaining waterproof and breathable. Because of this, it’s been my go-to ‘just-in-case’ shell, sitting at the bottom of my pack, unnoticeable but ready to go. It’s a very low-risk strategy: so light you don’t notice, and immensely satisfying when it’s needed. Such a day... Read More

further faster podcast episode 16 jesse dufton | montane 06/11/2019
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FURTHER. FASTER. PODCAST. EPISODE 16: Jesse Dufton

In Further, Faster we have an in-depth conversation with explorers, mountaineers and athletes to understand exactly why, and how, they do what they do. What is it that pushes them to the limit of human endurance and why do they feel the need to do it. This time we’re speaking to Jesse Dufton. So who is Jesse? Well, he’s a climber. A good one. His dad first took him climbing at the 2. At the age of 11, he led his first route. His climbing life continued through his uni years,... Read More

Prism Jacket review | montane 17/10/2019
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PRISM JACKET REVIEW

The Montane Prism Jacket has been awarded the coveted ‘Recommended’ rosette from The Great Outdoors Magazine. Tested as part of a comparative insulation review of ten jackets, the Prism’s host of intuitive and reliable features – coupled with price point – made it stand out amongst its competitors. “…this is an excellent top wo wear as a combined mid and shell garment in winter weather.” Being highlighted as the ‘best in the review’, the Prism’s hood was applauded for its excellent weather protection and adjustability. It was conceded that, whilst... Read More

Woman's Back | montane 16/10/2019
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Woman’s Back

Montane has partnered with Woman’s Back to help provide a safe and comfortable backpack system that helps survivors of breast cancer to get the most out of the outdoors – and life in general. Woman’s Back is the only backpack specially designed and patented to reduce the risk of developing Lymphedema in women who have gone through breast cancer and encourages them to pursue an active life. Born from the personal experience of Maria Prandi, who underwent surgery after being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015. The following summer Maria... Read More

hannah campbell minimus stretch ultra review | montane 16/10/2019
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Minimus Stretch Ultra Review

Montane Ambassador Hannah Campbell from TheFeralLady puts our mountain trail running waterproof jacket through its paces in preparation for Winter. Over the past few months, Hannah has been using her Minims Stretch Ultra jacket almost continuously for over three months thanks to the overly accommodating British ‘Summer’. Included in this was a near solid 14 hours at the 2019 Montane Lakeland 50. Men’s Minimus Stretch Ultra Jacket Women’s Minimus Stretch Ultra Jacket Shop Now Shop Now < “A fantastic Minimus Stretch Ultra Jacket from Montane. A reliable waterproof jacket that’s... Read More

further faster podcast episode 15 | montane 27/09/2019
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FURTHER. FASTER. PODCAST. EPISODE 15: Galen Reynolds

In Further, Faster Daniel Neilson meets explorers, mountaineers and athletes to understand exactly why, and how, they do what they do. What is it that pushes them to the limit of human endurance and why do they feel the need to do it. Click to listen Daniel posed this question to Galen Reynolds, an ultra runner from Canada, now living in the UK. A few years ago, Galen felt the need to get fit; he could barely run 5km. But this running thing soon turned into a passion. He has... Read More