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Gore takes cen­tre stage

Did you know that, as well as mak­ing water­proof mem­branes used in other brand’s out­door gear, Gore makes its own range of clothes? Well it does – and has just launched a new hik­ing se­lec­tion, in­clud­ing the be­low:

GORE H5 WINDSTOPPER HY­BRID PANTS £250

En­gi­neered for fast hik­ing, these hy­brid trousers are wind­proof, breath­able and wa­ter-re­sis­tant. The ad­di­tion of water­proof ma­te­rial on the thighs adds the ap­pear­ance of a pair of over­shorts, but keeps wa­ter from run­ning off the jacket and onto the thighs, while main­tain­ing max­i­mum breatha­bil­ity ev­ery­where else.

GORE H5 WINDSTOPPER IN­SU­LATED HOODED JACKET £320

The Windstopper mem­brane in this jacket keeps the outer wind­proof and wa­ter-re­pel­lent, yet highly breath­able. The in­ner in­su­la­tion is pro­vided by light­weight and low-bulk Po­lartec Al­pha pro­tec­tion, which max­imises both tem­per­a­ture reg­u­la­tion and breatha­bil­ity dur­ing stren­u­ous ac­tiv­ity.

GORE H5 GORE-TEX AC­TIVE HOODED JACKET £320

Gore-Tex Ac­tive of­fers max­i­mum breatha­bil­ity from a water­proof hard shell, mak­ing this jacket the per­fect choice for fast­mov­ing ac­tiv­i­ties, or warm but wet weather. It’s also ex­tremely light and pack­able, en­sur­ing that, if the weather stays friendly, the jacket takes up lit­tle space and is barely no­tice­able in your pack. www.gorewear.com

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