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  • New Altura Adventure Range – Choose Your Layers and Play
  • stwhannah
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    This feature was produced in association with Altura Maybe you recall Altura’s previous mountain bike clothing range – it’s a while since they made th …

    By stwhannah

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    andybrad
    Full Member

    If im honest after my 5:40 jacket that was supposed to be top of the range, failing twice and then just generally poor in the wet ill not be touching another altura jacket again.

    matt_outandabout
    Full Member

    Yay for thumb loops on a baselayer.

    tall_martin
    Full Member

    If its cold enough for a jacket, its cold enough for gloves!

    I’d be moaning about 10 seconds into the first gloveless downhill. BRRRRRRRRR!

    nipperj
    Free Member

    I’m still using a 20 year old altura jacket a bit faded and it’s on its second zip and I’ve lost a pocket liner

    but it still keeps the weather out wore it today just to nip down the post office will this new gear last as

    long?

    Northwind
    Full Member

    My old Altura Attack jacket is still going strong, the shorts have been great too. So, eh, won’t be buying any of the new stuff because I don’t need to replace the old stuff.

    doomanic
    Full Member

    Will the “women’s rouser” come in discrete packaging? Askin’ for a friend…

    bikesandboots
    Full Member

    aimed at mountain bikers who want stuff that works but doesn’t scream wannabe racer

    More of this please, bike clothing companies.

    daviek
    Full Member

    Will the “women’s rouser” come in discrete packaging? Askin’ for a friend…

    🙂

    ElShalimo
    Free Member

    @stwhannah – what’s the fit like on the Cave softshell? My wife was looking at the article the other day. Would you say it’s snug for it’s size or a little less fitted for layering up?

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