Attention adventurers: We have tested the ultralight one-person tent Piopio Solo from Bach for you.
High touring backpack Peak 35 from Ortovox tested. We tested the all-rounder for alpinists for you. This is our experience report.
Ultra-light mountaineering boot for ice climbing & high-altitude tours in mixed terrain | La Sportiva G Tech
With the G-Tech, La Sportiva has developed an extremely light mountaineering boot that covers the entire range of technical mountaineering - from ice and mixed climbing to mountaineering in demanding mixed terrain. We took a closer look at the alpine miracle weapon from the Italian shoe specialist.
We tested what is perhaps the stickiest climbing shoe for you, the Souped Up by Unparallel, in the climbing hall and on the rock. You can find out how the shoe fared in the following video. AND: You can win a model - tailor-made for you, even before the official market launch!
With an output of 1500 lumens and a total weight of just 145 grams, the Nao RL headlamp is a real headlamp. We took a closer look at the new headlamp from Petzl on a late-evening mountain tour.
It weighs 1340 grams and still offers space for two people plus plenty of material. We took a closer look at the Alto TR2 ultra-light tent from Sea to Summit and tested it for you in our local mountains.
The Papnu Heli.UM from Austrialpin weighs just 13,7 grams. This makes the chalk bag one of the ultimate flyweights. But its bigger brother Papnu Performance doesn't have to hide either with its fighting weight of 56 grams. We took a closer look at the two paper magnesium bags.
The Trad Zero 24 is lightweight at 570 grams. We took a closer look at the puristic alpine backpack from Ortovox and tested it on a multi-pitch tour in the Alpstein. Spoiler: We were impressed by the successful mix of comfort, functionality and lightness.
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