Helpful votes received on reviews: 97% (33 of 34)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 88,843 - Total Helpful Votes: 33 of 34
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The best all mountain cold climate pant money can buy., 5 Feb 2014
I'm 6'6" with a 37" inside leg and i've struggled to find a really good winter trouser, until i found these bad boys. Up until then, i'd always sworn by Montane's Terra Pant. Equally as bomb proof and perfect for most UK conditions, but just a bit light for when the cold weather really bites home.
I sourced my XXL long leg troos direct from Sweden (they were on special offer), and couldn't believe the quality. Yes, they're bloomin pricey, but they're gong to last you a lifetime. Super hard wearing, stretchy in the right places, and i can use them on their own on the motorbike. I've listed them as a tad roomy, as compared to my Montane Terra's, they do run slightly bigger all… Read more
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect for the taller outdoorsman., 5 Feb 2014
I've been wearing Montane Terra Pants since they first appeared on the scene 20 odd years ago. My old pair of grey and black refused to die, despite all my efforts, and were only disposed of when i bought a couple of pairs of the new model when they re-released the long leg option that i'd bought originally. I'm 6'6" with a 37" inside leg, and they're the best fitting trouser i've found.
Those first pants only had one, very minor problem, which the current troos suffer similarly, and that is the waist belt. On the originals, the belt was sewn in to the waistband, and it would always end up twisted inside, which was difficult to undo. The new ones have an external belt, but it's… Read more
Transcend 1TB StoreJet 2.5 inch USB 3.0 Military-G&hellip by Transcend
18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best drive i've used., 1 Feb 2013
I have two of these drives, the earliest one i bought was chunkier than the latest one. I guess they've slimmed down the rugged rubberised outer for cost/cosmetic reasons. It doesn't matter as both drives work faultlessly. The first thing i did was format the first drive for Mac, as FAT 32 doesn't allow large file sizes and restricts the drive. This also has the advantage of removing the backup on the drive, clearing space for Time Machine on the Mac. In response to a previous comment, i've had no problems using the drive from one USB on my Macbook Pro, just make sure you connect the main cable and not the thin ancillary cable. The case feels and looks like a quality item, with no rough… Read more