The Right kit
Posted 28 June 2017
On the positive side, we only shout when we have something to say.
So, we've been lucky enough to partner up with a very exciting Adventure Travel and Expedition company called Exped Adventure. They are a UK based company, calling Staveley, in the Lake...
Posted 29 July 2016
On that note, I'd like to introduce our latest brand....Haglofs of Sweden. To be honest, I've watched Haglofsever since we've launched in 2011, but didn't feel...
Posted 11 April 2016
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More and more people seem to be taking to the activity of winter walking, which is great, provided you have the right knowledge, skills and kit (probably in that order)...
Posted 17 March 2014
Posted 04 March 2014
There’s no dress code down there, so you’re on your own – and it’s not an easy decision. You’re going to face pretty much every...
Posted 28 January 2014
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Posted 17 October 2013
Here's a videowhich basically gives you a good idea of what's on the course. It's an awesome course and gives you a real flavor of what it takes to do a cold weather expedition, large or small. You'll learn skills and techniques that cross over to UK winters as well...
Posted 09 October 2013
So these observations are drawn from my time in Norway on the Arctic Expedition...
Posted 25 September 2013
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Posted 09 August 2013
Here is the review by TGO Magazine . Buy the mens' version here
One more review......Mountain weekly News . Buy the mens' version here
Posted 19 July 2013
The rides where all...
Posted 08 July 2013
Older post, but the kit has only improved! Pezcyclingnews
A first look at the summer kit. Girodilento
A view from across the pond! GS-13 review
Check out our Capo collection here
Posted 29 May 2013
One of the reasons everyone at Nordiclife is exited about the brand is that it's as yet unknown in the UK. In some states in the US, it holds the honor of second or third best selling brand, but the leap across the pond is...
Posted 15 March 2013
Posted 03 January 2013
We also had a good review in Trail running. Of course, this kit is already used by runners in Scandinavia but we are helping UK users find out about the benefits...
Posted 09 December 2012
Maybe we'll be doing more of these so let us know what you think (yes, I want to hear back from all three of you!).
Posted 09 October 2012
I was excited to be dressed up again for winter, but I felt suspiciously snug in my kit. I had warm bib tights, Brynje Super Thermo 3/4 neck top, Sprint 3/4 neck Zip polo over that with a Altura Transformer jacket to top it...
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Posted 20 June 2012
However, on this particular Sunday morning a few weeks ago, I got it JUST RIGHT! Unfortunately it wasn't picking the winner at Ascot, numbers...
Posted 12 June 2012
Posted 24 May 2012
Anyway, it's been a great week for outdoors adventures for me, starting with my trip up Kinder Scout with Jon Doran of Outdoorsmagic. We arranged to meet at the...
Posted 18 May 2012
Will post more later including a review of some of our Bergans kit. Enjoy!
Posted 05 May 2012
Posted 28 April 2012
Today, I was scouting out a new mountain bike route with my dog, and threw on my new Bergans Kjerag Softshell.
Posted 28 April 2012
It was 14C but windy.....a cool wind, so I though it was warm enough to try the Brynje Super Micro T-Shirt with an Altura Transfomer wind jacket over it. This was a new combo for me, but I wanted to test my dressing skill, and thought it to be...
Posted 24 April 2012
Packing for Yak Attack, the highest mountain bike on Earth, is a challenge in itself. With a 10kg luggage allowance and a temperature range from +30c during the first few days down to around...
Posted 19 April 2012
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Posted 20 February 2012
Day 2 started very nicely with a great breakfast at 8am. We also made sandwiches for lunch, which I like, because you can load them up to your hearts content.....unlike some of the skimpily filled store bought sandwiches. Needles...
Posted 13 February 2012
First of all a quick intro.....ATE are a company based in Central Norway made up of experts in the field of Arctic travel and expedition. They also have access to experts in outdoor skills, cooking and living in nature....