The Lite+ from Primus is one of the lightest and smallest stoves of this 'stove system' type on the market, making it a good choice for summer alpinism or for those simply wishing for a crag stove to brew up with throughout the winter months (the ultimate luxury).
The pan/cup part is 500ml in size and will fit one of the smallest size gas canisters in it, along with all parts of the stove itself. This smaller size is great for individuals, or those needing to shave off the grams, but does mean you might have to make several brews if there are two or three people! Read more
Nikwax and AKU are offering FREE samples of Nikwax Waterproofing Wax for Leather OR Nikwax Fabric and Leather Proof for every AKU... Read more
The first two books in the new 'Tilman' series – a unique collaboration between Vertebrate Publishing and Lodestar Books – are... Read more
Hang your head in shame no longer. Here to combat the extreme odours found in 'fruity' footwear and free you from the stinky... Read more
In April 2015, the devastating earthquake in Nepal claimed more than 3,600 lives. In order to help rebuild after the earthquake,... Read more
Alpkit's warmest sleeping bags - The ArcticDream is a range of high quality, expedition grade sleeping bags designed for... Read more
Available from September The new SALEWA North-X Adze and Hammer is designed to bridge the gap between technical climbing tools... Read more
New guidebook from Vertebrate Publishing featuring twenty-five of the Pyrenees' classic mountain routes and link-ups.
The UKC team recently returned from the annual gear-fest that is OutDoor Friedrichshafen. In this final selection of videos we... Read more
High quality 100% New Zealand Merino baselayers into the Alpkit clothing range.
The UKC team recently returned from the annual gear-fest that is OutDoor Friedrichshafen. The new range of climbing and... Read more
The Lowe Alpine AT Carry-On 45 is a pack designed specifically to fit within the carry-on luggage requirements of most major... Read more
"For me the Boreas Pull-On fits the bill perfectly. It is light, hasn't ripped over many years of abuse, and has survived being... Read more
Dan Bailey tests an 'excellent waterproof-lined three-season all-rounder that suits a fair range of conditions and terrain' Read more
Emily Andrew takes the Women's Neo Guide out in the rain and snow - and finds it very, very waterproof - but what about those... Read more
Ski Touring - the title says it all. This no-nonsense publication from British Mountain Guide Bruce Goodlad covers everything you... Read more
The UKC Test Team take on eight pairs of approach shoes to find out which one will get you to the crag in comfort, style, with... Read more
Dan Bailey reviews a new guidebook to the smaller - but often no less interesting - hills of Scotland Read more
Alex Roddie enjoys the first book by Trail magazine's editor Simon Ingram. It's not very magaziney at all, he says, but rather... Read more
Ammil, grumma, garbhlach and gryke; such is the language of Landmarks by Robert Macfarlane. Is it a dictionary of nature or a... Read more
The MSR WindBoiler is a small, lightweight cooking system. UKC have had it for several months and tested it in the Alps in... Read more