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Blue Ice Alpine Climbing Equipment

Alpine Climbing Protection Equipment from Blue Ice are perfect for trips to Chamonix when ice climbing or dry tooling.
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Outdoor Climbing Ice-Tools Axes Bluebird Ice Axe Blue Ice
Bluebird Ice Axe

The Blue Ice Bluebird ice axe is; primarily a classic lightweight ice tool that will be ideal for mountaineering, alpinism, expeditions and ski mountaineering / touring and secondly the Bluebird Ice Axe is a th...

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Outdoor Climbing Ice-Tools Axes Bluebird Evo Ice Axe Blue Ice
Bluebird Evo Ice Axe

Winter walking Ice axe for mountaineering and winter hill walking

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Outdoor Climbing Harnesses Sit-Harness Choucas MKIII Blue Ice
Choucas MKIII

The ultimate harness for classic routes, expeditions, and glacier travel with skis or crampons.

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Outdoor Climbing Pegs-and-Aid Pegs Universal Piton Blue Ice
Universal Piton

A piece of Alpine, Big Wall, Aid Climbing Protection Equipment. A Peg is versatile and lightweight. Perfect for Yosemite

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SALE - Outdoor Research Sale

We have a number of special offers from Outdoor Research that aren't from our normal range so there is something new to get your teeth into during the bleak mid winter. It includes gloves (some heated), hats, dry bags, down jackets, waterproofs, windproofs, softshells and baselayers.
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Rab Retailer Support Program

Rab are helping support their independent retailer partners by providing customers who buy direct from Rab's website with a 5% discount off RRP and in turn they will give 25% of your order value back to your local outdoor shop just by using the code UP 01.
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Rob Smith - Offa's Dyke In One Sitting - A new unsupported FKT

I set out from the official start (or end) of the Offa’s Dyke National Trail in Prestatyn with the intention of running (jogging, hiking and a lot of hobbling) – the 177 miles to the other end of the trail at Sedbury Cliffs, just outside Chepstow. I did finally get there, just over 3 days later, setting what is, for now, a fastest known time for a self-supported completion of the trail.
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