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Magic Guide High GTX

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Near perfect balance between comfort and fit, durability, features and innovation, grip, insulation, support, sure-footedness and weight Handsome looking boots. Recently purchased these B3 mountain boots for planned late Autumn/Fall expeditions to Alaska, North West Canada, and Chamonix. So haven't yet tried them out in the frigid conditions they were bought for. But they have seen some use when engaged in less technical (grades I-II) climbing and scrambling in Northern England and Scotland. I was… Full review

Redburn Low

rated 2 of 5 stars As a shoe I can't fault it. However the left shoe has faded to a light beige colour whilst the right shoe remains dark brown, so it looks like I am wearing odd shoes! I haven't used any cleaning products on either shoe—in fact I haven't ever cleaned or brushed them! Full review

Lucido TX1

rated 5 of 5 stars Minimal extrinsic-battery headlamp (meaning a giant step stronger than lamps with emitter/lens and battery all in one housing, but a giant step weaker than regulated-supply lamps with heat sinks and more or bigger cells), the TX1 is ideal for ordinary, non-critical activities that don't involve high risk or high speed. Spot is concentrated, floods are broad, both are fixed-focus. Margo Costan has a screw loose. Anyone with two functioning brain cells understands this perfectly capable headlamp isn't… Full review

Alpine Mat UL

rated 5 of 5 stars Great lightweight alternative to Therm-a-Rest!! Have been looking for a lightweight closed cell pad that would give me some extra padding, especially if my inflatable pad failed. My sleep system has been constantly refined over last two years. The Nemo Insulated Tensor is by far the most comfortable, warmest, and best weight advantage in an inflatable pad for me. As a light, cold sleeper, the crinkly noise with Therm-a-Rest simply did not work for me and I've tried literally about a dozen from Exped,… Full review

Kento Jacket

rated 3.5 of 5 stars High quality build, claims to be complete waterproof and windproof. Pretty lightweight, good for hiking, summer alpine climbing, or just for using everyday. This jacket is very well built in terms of materials, zippers, etc. I have not tested it yet in serious conditions but DryTech Premium and Mammut have good reputations.  It isn't very cheap for a 2.5 layer jacket, but seems to be very versatile.  It is quite lightweight and can be used for a wide range of activities from climbing, hiking,… Full review

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Backstory

Mammut Sports Group bought avalanche airbag developer Snowpulse in 2011.

Mammut Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Outdoor Retailer: Climbing Gear Preview
Companies vie for "lightest helmet ever" honors. Plus, ropes with two diameters and touch-sensitivity, new double-axel cams for tight, tricky placements, a crevasse rescue device (no Z-pulley necessary), and bags to keep all your climbing gear organized. Read more
July 29, 2012

Mammut Takes Eco Lead with Transfer Yarn Ropes
Mammut is putting Exum Mountain Guides on the sharp end with its new eco-friendly 9.8 Transformer rope, an all-round climbing rope made entirely from transfer yarns. Read more
July 10, 2012

Avalanche airbags explode into spotlight
The number of avalanche airbags available to backcountry skiers and riders has exploded in North America in the past few years. And you've likely noticed that the safety devices are also getting more media attention this winter, not just in the outdoor world. Read more
February 22, 2012

Mammut recalls older Snowpulse airbag cartridges
Mammut has decided to immediately recall and replace all first generation Snowpulse airbag cartridges (Inflation System 1.0) due to a defective pressure gauge. Cartridges from the current 2011/12 winter season as well as all Mammut airbag products are not affected. Read more
February 15, 2012

Day One: Alpine Gear, Water Purification, an Adult Carrier, and Artisanal Jerky
Highlights from Day One of Outdoor Retailer, including alpine climbing and ski touring gear from Mammut, new water purification from MSR, a PiggyBackPack carrier for kids and adults (!), and seriously artisanal Krave Jerky. Read more
January 20, 2012

Multifunctional Gear + Clothing
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July 26, 2011

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