Berghaus

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Expedition Light 80

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The Berghaus Expedition Light 80 is a large capacity pack with a lightweight design. It has a surprisingly supportive suspension system which provides comfort in the hips and shoulders. It has a low, stable profile, even while strapping everything from skis to my dog's pack to the outside. It can be warm during hot days. I would recommended the Expedition Light to backpackers and mountaineers looking for a large capacity pack that is functional with heavy loads in the 50 plus pound range all seasons… Full review

Cyclops II Atlas

rated 2 of 5 stars Performed well in the beginning, deteriorated over time because of some design and material flaws. I bought this pack in Sweden and off the bat this pack performed well. I was very pleased with the fit. However with time, the pack has shown some weaknesses that Berghaus was unwilling to stand for. The first flaw that I noticed is the way the the hip belt clip system is designed. The two clips that buckle into each other do not sit at the end of a closed loop on the nylon belt. Instead they slide… Full review

Caudale Half-Zip Fleece Pullover

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The Berghaus Caudale is a lightweight microfleece midlayer weighing in at a reported 322g (according to Berghaus), but offering a great warmth-to-weight ratio. It features several well thought-out design features including elasticated hem and cuffs, soft chin guard, bonded pocket on arm for small essential items, deep neck zip for ventilation. Fit and Comfort: I typically wear large (5'10 and 1/2", 200 lbs), but can often get away with medium with many North American brands, British sizes tend to… Full review

Spectrum Neck Gaiter

rated 4 of 5 stars A neck gaiter is a simple but very valuable accessory to carry in your pack. Basically a tubular scarf, it's great for wearing when hiking into a strong wind, or just lift up to warm up when resting. The Berghaus spectrum is a nice, very warm example at an affordable price. There isn't much to discuss when it comes to neck gaiters. They are basically a tube of fleece that acts like scarf which wont go flying off into the wind. They aren't all built the same though, and some offer better value for… Full review

Polartec 100 Liner Glove

rated 1 of 5 stars A very poorly constructed glove which separated at the seam with the cuff on its second day of use. Unfortunate as it was very lightweight, warm, and comfortable otherwise. These liner gloves are an unfortunately poor product, which I genuinely wanted to like. After soaking through my merino liner gloves on an unexpectedly muddy scramble at the start of a multi day trip, I went and purchased these Berghaus liner gloves to keep my hands warm for my upcoming two hikes in the highlands (Scotland). Full review

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Contact

Berghaus Ltd.
12 Colima Avenue
Sunderland Enterprise Park
Sunderland
Tyne and Wear
SR5 3XB
England

phone: +44 1254 277247
fax: +44 191 516 5601

website: www.berghaus.com
email: customerservice@berghaus.com