British gear expert Berghaus is adding a new fleece jacket to its winter collection with the Lawers. Pairing Polertac fabric with Berghaus’ own grid fleece, this jacketis looks perfect for all-year cold and wet weather.
Looking at replacing a damaged rucksack for day-hike use, Marie picked up the Berghaus Freeflow 20 with its suspended back panel and compact size. Here is what she thinks of it after 8 months of regular usage. The Freeflow 20 is a small 20L backpack big enough for the average day outdoor. Its primary feature… Continue reading Review: Berghaus Freeflow 20 rucksack
The first iteration of Bioflex was released by Berghaus back in 2005 in a range of technical rucksacks and scored a few awards for its innovating way to distribute the weight and allow the pack to move. Fast forward 2012 and they are outing a new improved version.
A good insulation layer is an essential piece of kit to enjoy the great outdoor all year round. As part of a layering system, it needs to be warm, lightweight, breathable and packable. Today, we are looking at the Berghaus Ignite jacket, part of the Extrem range.
Down is awesome – it’s warm and light – but it suffers from one major drawback: wet it’s all the opposite. Two brands have come out and shown at this year’s Outdoor Retailer Winter Market that it can be otherwise.
At this point pretty much every manufacturer have released their winter collection for 2011/2012. This season looks like it will be all about Gore-Tex Active Shell and Polartech Neo Shell. Announced early this year, Active Shell seems to work quite well in terms of breathability/waterproofing, as does Neo Shell. Active Shell is already featured in… Continue reading What’s hot this winter (2011/2012)
You know that electric blue jacket Leo is wearing in the wild while climbing Mount Asgard? Well looks like it will be released as part of the new Berghaus’s spring/summer collection.
If you’ve not heard about it before you must have been leaving inside for far too long. The Asgard Project was one of the best adventure movie this year. When you combine the Talent of climber Leo Houlding with the skills of film maker Alastair Lee you get something special.
Until we see more from Out Dry, Gore-Tex is the reference when it comes to waterproof gear. The new collection from Berghaus is out and makes use of the tech in many of its products. Kitting up for winter? You might want to check out their new stock.
Berghaus, the British outdoor gear manufacturer, is currently running a great competition. The Berghaus Adventure Challenge will give a team of explorer each month £1000 in cash and £1000 worth of Berghaus gear.