Archive

February 2020

TGO Magazine terra pants | montane 17/02/2020
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Versatility is its own Specialism

The Montane Terra Pants have once again been awarded ‘The Great Outdoors Magazine’s ‘Best Buy’ Rosette. Terra pants have been around for a while, but remain everyone’s go-to outdoor pant. We catch up with our product design and athlete teams to find out why. Since their introduction in 2001, the Terra Pants have been the mainstay outdoor pant for anyone wanting to do pretty much anything outdoors due to a comprehensive feature set. Their manifold construction, comprising of lightweight and breathable main fabric with durable reinforcement panels produces a low... Read More

run1000miles | montane 13/02/2020
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Run 1000 Miles in 2020

20 miles a week. Just over 32km. That’s all it takes to run 1000 miles in a year, and we have teamed up with Trail Running Magazine to help you achieve it. The challenge is straightforward. There’s no sign-up fee, no homework tasks and no commitment. All you really need is a pair of trainers to get started, and all Trail Running ask is that you set yourself the challenge and update them along the way. There’s a ready-made Facebook group full of RUN1000MILE-ers old and new, and the Trail... Read More

further faster podcast episode 19 John Kelly | montane 05/02/2020
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FURTHER. FASTER. PODCAST. EPISODE 19: John Kelly

Hello and welcome to Further, Faster in association with Montane. My name is Daniel Neilson and in these podcasts I speak to athletes, explorers, mountaineers and climbers and ask why they do what they do, why they put themselves through such strain. In this special episode I spoke to John Kelly. You may have heard of him recently, as he’s just won the Montane Spine Race, a non-stop 268-slog across the country, and generally regarded as one of the hardest endurance races in the world. And then you learn that John... Read More

2020 myau | montane 04/02/2020
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Thinning the Herd

The 2020 Montane Yukon Arctic Ultra has been in full force for the past 5 days. With it has been the usual race dramas; bad feet, cold, fatigue, and the will-they-won’t-they of dot-watching. Where this race differs is the scale of drama – the extreme cold (down to -35 last night) means that any issue, no matter how small, can become a game-changing race-finisher. Factor in the solitude and race-finishers can pose a severe risk to life. The MYAU is often billed as the ‘World’s Coldest Ultra’. This year another... Read More