Review: 45nrth Ragnarök Winter Shoe – For Cosy Toes

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Winter’s back! Rejoice! I’m pretty sure everyone, like me, was a bit bored of the ridiculously long and hot summer we were subjected to by the time September hit. Thankfully those long, hot, blue sky days, dusty trails and clean bikes are but a fleeting memory, and we can now get back to being proper British mountain bikers. Once again we can revel in being caked head to toe in mud and sheep poo, enjoy our bikes gliding gracefully sideways down the trail, laugh about sinking into the bog down to our axles, and recount fond stories in the pub about how we were so cold we lost all feeling in our toes. Or maybe not, at least on the last part. Thanks to the people at 45nrth, based in the frozen wastes of Minneapolis, who have designed a shoe that looks to be particularly suited to the cold and damp British winter climate. The Ragnarök shoe is the latest in the 45nrth range, taking the place of the well regarded Japanther. It’s designed specifically...

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